ACC news November 2, 2007

Afghanistan and Oman tie Twenty20 final

Afghanistan and Oman tied the final of the ACC Twenty20 Cup in Kuwait.

Afghanistan and Oman tied the final of the ACC Twenty20 Cup in Kuwait.

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Martin Williamson is executive editor of ESPNcricinfo and managing editor of ESPN Digital Media in Europe, the Middle East and Africa

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  • Thomas Thurairatnam on November 4, 2007, 20:58 GMT

    The crowds at the ground were mailnly expatriates. At the final they were mostly Afghans. Some Kuwaitis do play the game. But there has never been a big following among the locals. Afghanistan play the game with passion and flair. I am predicting that they will be the next entrants to the internatioal fold! Thomas

  • Marcus on November 3, 2007, 3:40 GMT

    Good to see that the games attracted crowds. I hope that there were plenty of Kuwaities showing some interest- the Afghanis certainly were!

  • Thomas Thurairatnam on November 4, 2007, 20:58 GMT

    The crowds at the ground were mailnly expatriates. At the final they were mostly Afghans. Some Kuwaitis do play the game. But there has never been a big following among the locals. Afghanistan play the game with passion and flair. I am predicting that they will be the next entrants to the internatioal fold! Thomas

  • Marcus on November 3, 2007, 3:40 GMT

    Good to see that the games attracted crowds. I hope that there were plenty of Kuwaities showing some interest- the Afghanis certainly were!

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  • Marcus on November 3, 2007, 3:40 GMT

    Good to see that the games attracted crowds. I hope that there were plenty of Kuwaities showing some interest- the Afghanis certainly were!

  • Thomas Thurairatnam on November 4, 2007, 20:58 GMT

    The crowds at the ground were mailnly expatriates. At the final they were mostly Afghans. Some Kuwaitis do play the game. But there has never been a big following among the locals. Afghanistan play the game with passion and flair. I am predicting that they will be the next entrants to the internatioal fold! Thomas