Sports Round Up
3rd ODI: Pakistan To Face West Indies On Tuesday
The third and final One Day International between Pakistan and the West Indies will be played at Providence in Guyana on Tuesday.The series is leveled one-one.In 2nd ODI Pakistan beat West Indies by 74 runs at Guyana and leveled the three match series 1-1.Bating first, Pakistan scored 282 for the loss of five wickets in stipulated fifty overs.In reply, West Indies were all out for 208, in 44.5 overs. Babar Azam, who scored unbeaten 125 runs was declared player of the match.The third and final One Day International will be played at the same venue on Tuseday.
Host : Ayaz Aslam
Co-Host : Shehryar Ahmad
Topic 02: Blind Cricket World Cup 2018 to be played in Pakistan
Pakistan Blind Cricket Council says final and some matches of the fifth edition of the Blind Cricket World Cup 2018 would be played in Pakistan. PBC Chairman Syed Sultan Shah says matches of the 2018 World Cup will be played in Pakistan and Dubai.Besides Pakistan seven other teams including India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Australia, South Africa and West Indies would participate in the World Cup.
Topic 03: Rushna Khan becomes first female Pakistani hockey player to be signed by foreign club
The current state of Pakistan hockey in general may present a dismal picture, but it seems that the country’s female hockey players are making the nation proud.21-year-old Rushna Khan, the goal-keeper of Pakistan’s women hockey team, has become the country’s first female hockey player to be signed by a foreign club for a season. Rushna has been signed by Sydney-based St George Randwick Hockey Club for a six-month season, which starts on April 15.Rushna made her international debut for Pakistan in 2015 against India and since then she has represented Pakistan in six international matches.
Topic 04: Davis Cup is not fan friendly says GB captain Leon Smith
Great Britain's Davis Cup captain Leon Smith says the competition's format is not "fan or player friendly".Reforms were endorsed in March to reduce the current five-set format to three sets Indian spy commander Kulbhushan Yadive has been sentenced to death for his involvement in espionage and sabotage activities in Pakistan.GB's Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund both played best-of-three sets in their singles rubbers against France as the hosts secured a 4-1 victory on Sunday.