The first match of first place was played at Race Course Ground (now Bugti Stadium) between Balochistan and Sindh from 29 to 31 October 1954. Mohammad Munaf and Amir Ghauri hit well and helped Sindh to have a total. respectable score even though Akhtar Khan had a good performance.
Akbar Khan once again helped save Balochistan from total collapse with his excellent stick. In the second set, Sindh was ahead with 107 points and with a 72-point lead they won the game, aided by the good bowling balls of Maqsood Hussain and Muzaffar Hussain. Total score: Sindh 295 (Mohammad Munaf 73, Akbar Khan 6-81) and 107 (Mohammad Munaf 45).
Sindh won 53 points. The first day-long international match was played here between hosts Pakistan and India on October 1, 1978. India’s score did not appear to be enough despite Mohinder Amarnath scoring a quick 50. Majid Khan and Zaheer Abbas appeared to lead Pakistan to victory as Mohinder Amarnath quickly defeated them. Bedi’s captaincy and on-field rankings have a lot to do with India’s win, the first they won against a Test nation in limited cricket.
The last ODI match in Quetta was played between Pakistan and Zimbabwe on October 29, 1996. Wasim Akram became the first pitcher to win 300 shots in the One Day Open, in his 208th game when he He traps Houghton with the fourth ball of the game. That sent Zimbabwe down to 25 by 3/10. They made an excellent recovery thanks to the Flower brothers, who added 143; Grant Flower’s gritty 91 only got 94 balls. But Pakistan was brought home by Saleem Malik, unbeaten 72 from 77 passes. Hasan Raza made his debut at the age of 14 years and 227 days.
Quetta as fifth venue for PSL 8
The Chairman of the Management Committee of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Najam Sethi, announced on Friday that the matches of the eighth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will be held in Quetta.
The announcement comes after the first management committee meeting held today.
“I am delighted that seven years after the launch of the Pakistan Super League, I today announce our commitment to add Bugti Stadium in Quetta as the fifth venue for our flagship event.
Bugti Stadium as a fifth venue for PSL 8 was the home ground of Gladiator Quetta and we still remember Sethi said in a PCB press release that I am delighted that seven years after launching the Pakistan Super League, I am today announcing our commitment to add Bugti Stadium in Quetta as the fifth venue for our marquee event. Bugti Stadium is the home ground of Quetta Gladiators and we still remember the incredible scenes when the Gladiators visited the city after winning the 2019 tournament,” Sethi was quoted as saying in a press release by the PCB.
The eighth edition of PSL is scheduled from February 13 to March 19, 2023.
“The committee has agreed that the PCB will work closely with the local government to upgrade and renovate the Bugti Stadium, while separate discussions will take place between the PCB’s security experts and the government. local to ensure the safety of all participants, officials and spectators,” the statement read.
The committee also discussed Peshawar as a potential venue for PSL and international matches and agreed that there are no restrictions imposed by the provincial and federal governments and that stadiums have a With international standard facilities for cricket, broadcast, spectator and media, matches will be held in the capital Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The Board of Directors has received a detailed update on HBL Pakistan Super League 8 and is looking forward to adding Quetta Bugti Stadium as a fifth venue for PSL 8. the eighth annual PCB marquee event, which will be held from 13th Feb to 31st. March 19.
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