Bangladesh Premier League 2012-13

Bangladesh board denies bypassing PCB

Mohammad Isam

January 18, 2013

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Jason Roy and Ravi Bopara have their first net with BPL franchise Chittagong Kings, Dhaka, January 14, 2013
The Bangladesh board insists it followed the correct protocol in recruiting overseas players for the BPL © Chittagong Kings
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The PCB's response

  • "In order to put the record straight, it is stated that PCB received no request from Bangladesh Cricket Board regarding release of its players for the auction of BPL.
  • "It should also be noted that the tour of Bangladesh to Pakistan in April 2008 was an FTP commitment and in no way a favor to PCB. It is pertinent to mention here that just before that tour, Zimbabwe and South Africa also visited Pakistan in the same period.
  • "As far as the first edition of BPL (2012) is concerned, the PCB cooperated with the BCB after then president BCB Mostafa Kamal made long-term commitments and understandings and requested the PCB to support their league. The release of the players on part of PCB was intended to make the inaugural tournament of the BCB a success."

The Bangladesh Cricket Board has denied the PCB's claims that it had not followed the correct procedure for approaching players for the Bangladesh Premier League. The Bangladesh board also said that the PCB's last-minute refusal to give Pakistan players NOCs has caused it to be in a "difficult and embarrassing situation".

"On December 5, 2012, the BCB had formally written to the national cricket associations of all Full Members seeking support and cooperation for issuance of 'No Objection Certificate' to the cricketers under their respective jurisdiction who were interested in participating in the 2nd edition of BPL T20," a BCB media release said.

"The subsequent player auction, in which a good number of Pakistani players were bid for and picked up by different franchises, received worldwide media coverage. At no point during the continuous communication between the BCB and PCB on various matters since the BPL 2013 auction on December 20, 2012 did the PCB raise any concern about the NOC issue until January 16, 2013."

The PCB had claimed that the BCB bypassed them and approached the players directly. "This was regrettably felt by BCB when they approached PCB at the last moment for release of the players for their league," a Pakistan board media release said.

"As per practice and procedures in vogue, a home board has to approach the visiting players' parent board seeking release of its players for their domestic cricket competitions. In BPL's case, BCB, their representatives or the players' agents were in contact directly with the Pakistan players and PCB was kept out of this process. Even the auction of Pakistan players at BPL was done without PCB's prior permission or intimation."

The BCB also reminded Pakistan of their cooperation when Australia had refused to tour the country in 2008. Bangladesh had toured Pakistan in April that year, playing five ODIs and a Twenty20. But over the last year, the relations between the two boards have been poor, culminating in the PCB stopping their players' participation in Bangladesh's domestic Twenty20 competition.

Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent

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Posted by asporag on (January 19, 2013, 23:38 GMT)

You pakistani players had some chance to play cricket and earn a lot foreign money. But your PCB has made some strange and backdoor decision for you. Wat a pity! feel sorry for your pakistani supporters.

Posted by Shortcuts on (January 19, 2013, 22:37 GMT)

@mazii...Minnows? yeah you're right I agree as they are weaker Cricket teams Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, Ireland and all that but what are you? just curious :D

I'm sure people like you will run away when a 70mph ball is directed at you so please behave mate before you make a fool of yourself :D

Posted by wiseshah on (January 19, 2013, 22:10 GMT)

last 2 years bangladesh beat india, srilanka, saf, west indies, NZ, and beat NZ 4-0, west indies 3-2, final in asia cup. great achievement BD, keep it up

Posted by mazii on (January 19, 2013, 19:46 GMT)

Let Bangladeshi enjoy playing with other Minnows in this league.

Posted by KingAjmal on (January 19, 2013, 19:22 GMT)

AHZ-DUBAI - Glad to see you're wasting your time on other countries leagues especially minnow teams what's the matter? please address. When that PSL happens then the fun will start and see if it goes safely. All matches will be held in Lahore so we will see crowd in PSL. About the crowd bit of BPL, Saturday is a working day in Dhaka and there are 7 teams and BPL is using 3 stadiums so there's no need for Dhaka people to watch a game of i.e. Khulna v Rajshahi or something. Dhaka were in the final last year and every seat was filled so I think you spoke a bit too soon because the tournament has just only started and lasts for almost a month. Since crowd is such a big issue for you need to explain why Cricket matches 'everywhere' are losing crowds these days see the bigger picture mate.

Posted by Warm_Coffee on (January 19, 2013, 19:13 GMT)

@Dubai: Its a BANGLADESHI premier league silly still don't seem to understand looks as if you have some problem with it. Its looks to me your more interested in the business aspect of it instead of the Cricket. Fact is it helps us and that's something you can't stand so I can see your frustration and I thought you were an Indian fan?

Posted by wiseshah on (January 19, 2013, 19:00 GMT)

i wonder if pakistan will stay as a country, lets forget their cricket team

Posted by wiseshah on (January 19, 2013, 18:38 GMT)

PCB and its player have very good record of lying. last 5 years . they came to news only for wrong reasons, asif, amir, salman butt, shoib malik, ijaj ahmed, selim malik, shoib akhtar, rashid latif, mohammad washim, ijaj butt, mohammad yousuf, zukarnain haider, mazhar--- list grows and grows.

Posted by rasel_drubo on (January 19, 2013, 17:57 GMT)

@KiwiRocker: Regarding your comments "India not sent their players in any of BPL editions"....FYI....Indian playes are not participating any other league like SLPL BBL or any T20 league. and regarding your comments" B'desh was no doing any favour to Pak by visiting but instead it was a FTP comittment"..... hahahhahahh I just can't stop but laugh...If visiting PAK is FTP comitment why AUS ...ENG not toured PAK and played on neutral venue like UAE/ENG?

Posted by AHZ-Dubai on (January 19, 2013, 17:45 GMT)

@coffee, less than 1000 people showed up in the stands for the Dhaka Galdiators match of BPL. I actually thought that there cannot be more 50 people who are interested in BPL. I was wrong. Actually there are about 800 people in the world who actually are interested in BPL. Good show. Keep it up

Posted by Aane_do on (January 19, 2013, 15:10 GMT)

bangladeshi fans... plz forget asia cup final....

Posted by Sports4Youth on (January 19, 2013, 14:49 GMT)

I fully agree with PCB's decision of not supportng the BCB anymore with their BPL tournament. Last year also Pakistani players were allowed to participate in the BPL , but for the last two years the BPL has just being dilly-dallying the matter by just putting it in the ICC's court in the last moment. Now they have to understand that this cannot go on forever. Not to forget that that BCB also took support from PCB in getting Mr.Kamal in the ICC. Now for once the BCB will have to fulfill their end of the promise.

Posted by Sports4Youth on (January 19, 2013, 14:12 GMT)

Though it is clear that that the issue of BCB bypassing the PCB is only ultra technical, and they raised his issue only once BCB failed to fulfill their own commitment.

Being stung by the BCB's way of not touring Pakistan and putting the ball in ICC's court, the PCB is right in retaliating in this way. After all BCB has issued several statements saying that they were satisfied by the security arrangements. Back then they did not say that they were awaiting the security clearance from ICC.

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Posted by FRRR on (January 19, 2013, 12:52 GMT)

Good decision by PCB. BCB did not follow the correct procedure and next time apply after completing all formalities. And do solve the financial issue too.

Posted by Digitalbouncer on (January 19, 2013, 9:33 GMT)

BCB should learn how to make the commitments and act accordingly. PCB has taken the right decision "If you deceive me once shame of on you, if you deceive me twice shame on me". It's a fact that BD owes a lot to PCB.Either they accept it or not? Just see the ICC player ranking to know who if better in world cricket?

Posted by tanvir0452 on (January 19, 2013, 7:15 GMT)

(from previous comment) now, you know it better that what will be the outcome of this outrageous behaviour and wait for some more years instead of some more months....

Posted by tanvir0452 on (January 19, 2013, 7:12 GMT)

(after previous comment)....now, most of pak fans, you are saying that you have helped bcb or bd cricket in an number of ways...ok, i agree...but you have dishonored also...you have played with other countries in dubai or abudhabi but refused to play with bangladesh...bcb could also do the blackmail by saying that if pakistan plays with bd in dubai or abudhabi like they played with other teams, then they will think about pakistan tour but that would be very cheap like you did now about bpl...you should at least show the respect to bcb as this is the only one cricket board that had shown interest to play in your country where other cricket boards are quiet silent...if there would be any other team like india, australia, england instead of bangladesh and if they would delayed even 100 times, you coudnt have a single word...just because it's bangladesh, you have shown ur true face...(continued in next comment)

Posted by Sirio on (January 19, 2013, 1:48 GMT)

@bouncer1021: Its just that BCB just showed what their mentality. They only manage to become the full ICC member by the grace (or disgrace - so to speak) of intrigues and unfortunately Pakistan is the only one to blame in this matter. Now Pakistan wants to teach them a lesson by refusing at the last moment (the BCB trait so far hay) and BD fans are furious over it. Pakistan needs to establish its own dignity in the world. They provide lame support to every body like loosing mach against BD and handing them an undeserving ICC full membership or falling to INDIA in the last ODI of current series purposefully to save the embarrassment of a whitewash at the hands of cricketing rivals. Pakistan need to take the game seriously and not do the politics like some of other ICC member boards do. They need to stick to the matter at hand and that should be only to prove that if they get an opportunity to perform,they will produce a fair, unpolitical and un cheated game of cricket. That's the way!

Posted by Warm_Coffee on (January 19, 2013, 0:44 GMT)

About that PCB response bit on that article, FTP doesn't mean its 100% accurate and boards can discuss in changes and all that and despite in 08 that incident, it was upto Bangladesh whether to go or not and still chose to go not because you have to because its part of FTP otherwise Pakistan would've played Zimbabwe at end of last year instead of postponing it. BCB should build relations with other boards especially associates for the good future of Cricket instead of Pakistan.

Posted by Warm_Coffee on (January 19, 2013, 0:39 GMT)

ha! Its so funny when some people say these Ireland, Zimbabwe etc are better than Bangladesh but yet say Bangladesh stats are against them so they don't count or something such hypocrites and that's why their arguments do not add up becoming invalid. Even Indians were happy and joyful for that 100 100 against such a team lolz so instead of contradicting yourself all the time be precise in what you are actually saying but yeah of course I totally agree these teams are better than Bangladesh you're right and so are Nepal, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and so on ;)

There's nobody interested in touring Pakistan user bouncer1234... that's one of the points of this article 3 plus years and counting :P

Posted by KiwiRocker- on (January 19, 2013, 0:37 GMT)

I agree with good friend Syed Imran Abbas here. This horse is already bolted. BCB and their fans are frustrated and annoyed as BPL is totally doomed now. Irony is that BCB and fans have been begging India for 12 years but India has never allowed B'desh to visit India not sent their players in any of BPL editions. If anything B'desh cricket and BPL owes anything to Pakistan. Pak players play in big bash league, SA league, Sri Lankan league's star attaction was pakistani players and now PSL is also starting! BPL was never relevent or needed for Pakistani players although it would have helped failed/fading stars like Imran Nazir etc. I must also say that PCB response statement i excellent and concise. It puts everything in context that B'desh was no doing any favour to Pak by visiting but instead it was a FTP comittment! Now, India never allows B;desh to play in India and they will not be welcomed in Pak either.B'desh cricket is doomed and M.Kamal has done diservice to his own board/fans!

Posted by SoftTalk on (January 18, 2013, 23:46 GMT)

Dear Bangla friends, Pakistan have always supported BCB and people in Pakistan have supported Bangladesh cricket team like their own team. We supported you to get the Test status we again supported the nomination of former BCB president Mustafa Kamal as vice-president of the International Cricket Council last year. So at Pakistan we consider Bangladesh as friend. It is unfortunate that we have trouble at home creating security issues. We approached our friends, Sri Lanka politely refused we did not mind, Bangladesh could have done the same and we would not have felt bad. What we don't like is the changing moods of BCB. It has created a feeling that BCB is only keen for its own interests and don't care about whats important for Pakistan. BPL will happen with or without Pakistan but it certainly will loose the quality. By not participating in BPL Pakistani players would loose money but BPL will also suffer loses. Its loose - loose for both and ball was in BCP's court.

Posted by dontlikecricket on (January 18, 2013, 22:26 GMT)

@MD Layekuzzaman: You sound a little upset about PCB not allowing their players to participate in BD? Pak players have been and still are playing in ENG and countries like AUS, SA are always looking to sign up PAK players. I recall very recently PCB did not allow their players to participate in AUS so keep them ready for bigger games. Although IPL has a lot of money to offer it has not resulted in improved performences by IND national team. PAK players are well paid and the domestic structure is strong and hence demand of PAK players all around the world. Players like Azhar, Yasir Arafat, Yousuf etc are not even playing international cricket any more however they are still playing... guess where?? proper cricket in ENG and not some trashy T20 meaningless leagues. True class of crickters show up in Test matches and results over the last 2 years show in PAK case. How many tests BD has played last year and how many they have actually won?? Statistics dont lie, go and check it yourself.

Posted by   on (January 18, 2013, 22:01 GMT)

Now it's proven than Bangladesh is able to organize BPL without any participation of Pakistani players. So, from the next BPL all Pakistani players should be abandoned like IPL. I think BCB will thank deeply about it & no franchises should buy any Pakistani players. Remember they lost the door of IPL now BPL. So, very soon in future PCB will be begging to send their player to BPL because there will have no alternative options open for their players to be financially benefited.

Posted by dontlikecricket on (January 18, 2013, 21:55 GMT)

@WorldWideCricket: I dont undertand your comment? I am assuming you are BD fan? Pak played ENG and SL last year among other teans like WI and NZ (test and one days). Pak is going to play SA at their home and will play them later this year probably in UAE this year? I am not sure how many test matches BD played last year and how did they actaully performed? Well neither do most fans all around the world as no one cares to watch BD playing cricket. Pak team is highly marketable with UAE, ENG and even SA want to host "Pak home" games not involving theer own teams!!

So this PCB and BCB drama continues like a soap opera!!!

Posted by bouncer1021 on (January 18, 2013, 21:54 GMT)

Why is PCB trying to pressure BANG team to visit Pakistan? There is no body in Pakistan who is interested in watching BANG vs PAK matches.

Posted by   on (January 18, 2013, 21:51 GMT)

PCB showed the non-playing attitude to Bangladesh. Now it's proven than Bangladesh is able to organize BPL without any participation of Pakistani players. So, from the next BPL all Pakistani players should be abandoned like IPL. I think BCB will thank deeply about it & no franchises should buy any Pakistani players.

Posted by Desihungama on (January 18, 2013, 21:19 GMT)

@TigerRoars - LOL. There are only 365 days in a calender year and just about 365 leagues around the world. So no need to worry about financial aspect of Pakistani players. They are not just well paid through contracts and advertisements, they are Number # 1 in demand when it comes to County Cricket.Why don't you invite Indian players?

Posted by asiacricket1234 on (January 18, 2013, 20:53 GMT)

I don't understand why some Pakistan fan keep claiming that Bangladesh playing test because of them? They have done nothing special for BD. 7 out of 9 country voted yes for them & Pakistan is just one of them. Does Pak fan keep singing this lullaby to themselves to make them feel better??? If there is one person who deserve a special thank that'd be Dalmia and he is an Indian so Pak fan stop claiming praise for something u havent done :/

Posted by WorldWideCricket on (January 18, 2013, 20:50 GMT)

To All Paki Fans: Hope PAK team improve their standard by playing against one of the toughest team in the world at this moment AFG. (Just think where is your cricket standard, to improve it, you need to play with AFG, forget about AUS/SA/SL/IND..lol)..

Posted by ExtremeSpeed on (January 18, 2013, 20:49 GMT)

Wait! Kenya had similar trouble in Nairobi when they were suppose to host matches especially cup ones but their opposition even forfeited the match just for security reasons. Sorry Pakistan but last week in news, there was a major blast which killed a 100 innocent people, security has not improven but gotten worse.

Posted by WorldWideCricket on (January 18, 2013, 20:44 GMT)

@ruffi : If AFG and ZIM are better than BAN, then why the hell PCB is asking BAN to visit? Why you lower your standard playing a team like BAN? Why don't you try bringing so called better team like AFG or ZIM to improve your standard? Cricket in PAK will not coming back soon. Every other day 100s of innocent Pakistanis are getting killed by own people.

Wishing you all the best to improve your standard by playing best teams in the world like AFG and ZIM.. Good luck bro..

Posted by Syed_imran_abbas on (January 18, 2013, 20:33 GMT)

Pakistani fans are giving too much popularity by commenting on this situation anymore.. there is a lesson for both boards. Please look forward and trying maitaining a better relations next time. Pakistan should concentrate on their SA tour and PSL. I wish good luck to BCB for their league.

Posted by getsetgopk on (January 18, 2013, 19:11 GMT)

wow, they haven't finished crying after Pak withheld their players and now they are here counting it to Pak that they have actually done us favors. The same side that is playing test cricket only because of us.

Fearless_Greens: Nail on the head bro.

Posted by ruffi on (January 18, 2013, 17:49 GMT)

why they want Bangladesh to visit to Pakistan they have better team like Afghanistan or Zimbabwe to paly with and BPL is not pakistan standerd league you can earn money but their game will be low after playing low class league

Posted by TigerRoars on (January 18, 2013, 17:26 GMT)

Whoever might be at fault, the losers are the fans and Pakistani players who were selected. Many Pakistani players are VERY popular in Bangladesh and the fans will miss seeing them in this BPL. The selected Pakistani players will miss earning some extra money (and money is always helpful).

Posted by Tansar on (January 18, 2013, 17:21 GMT)

Why do PCB even care about BPL? They have so much attitude as they are the World Champions. Just leave them on their own and once Cricket is back in Pakistan, they will be begging to play again in Pak.

Posted by Energetic. on (January 18, 2013, 17:14 GMT)

BCB and PCB are/were both at fault.

Posted by   on (January 18, 2013, 17:14 GMT)

Reply to fr600, azirqusa, Tokai69, and others who are not happy with the PCB decision. Just be neutral, don't think as a Bangladeshi, How many times PCB gave NOC to its top players to play in such leagues? Did they allow their players to play in BBL? You guys are just thinking of your own league not of others own domestic first class cricket season. The first thing, the Quaid-e-Azam trophy is just in its second round, the Pakistan Team is heading to South Africa, so how they can allow their top 26 players to play in BPL which in no way help in their preparation for this tour? The players get enough money from PCB and from their departments. That must be enough for them. The PCB usually allow its players to play in English County Cricket as it helps them in their professional development and the PCB also makes it sure that the players are well looked after and not over worked, but the BPL doesn't help them at all. It's quite clear but you guys don't see & think beyond BPL.

Posted by TigerRoars on (January 18, 2013, 16:39 GMT)

I read an article here by Umar Farooq and Mohammad Isam ("Bangladesh could tour Pakistan in 2012") that BCB supported the nomination of Ehsan Mani in 2003 with the understanding that PCB will support the BCB candidate the next time around. Shouldn't PCB abided by their gentleman's agreement and treated the tour of Bangladesh as a separate issue? There were broken promises from both sides, but it looks like PCB apparently started it.

Posted by M_Rakibul_Islam on (January 18, 2013, 16:32 GMT)

@ Fearless_Greens: Then why did Aussies deny to visit PK? And also don't forget 2003. NZ refused to complete series that time, BD team of that time -lot weaker than current BD team - toured PK & controversial Multan test took place in that tour.

Posted by azirqusa on (January 18, 2013, 16:25 GMT)

Hope for the best to All Sport-Events - be it Cricket or Football or Ha-Do-Do. Wish to Show Our Kid's we TRIED to make the Change.

Posted by crickettymill on (January 18, 2013, 16:25 GMT)

mazii, you are in complete denial of reality on the ground. Just look out the window. Brett Lee is not a shinning star any more. He was. This is 2013. Cricket is changing too.

Posted by faizan_feroz on (January 18, 2013, 16:17 GMT)

abcdef_ last yr during the bpl pak vs engaged in a series with england , still ajmal and afridi made it to the semis and finals without taking gap bw them ,

Posted by Warm_Coffee on (January 18, 2013, 16:14 GMT)

@Mazzi: But who is going to dare to go to PSL? the league small/big whatever is a Bangladeshi league for Bangladesh players some people like you still cannot understand.

Posted by British_North_America on (January 18, 2013, 16:03 GMT)

If I am not wrong then PCB also hesitated to give NOC to Pakistani players even in the first edition.In the first edition, only players outside national team performed but even they had to face problems to get NOCs.Actually, PCB never wanted the rising of BPL because they wanted to be superior than Bangladesh in everything.

Posted by mazii on (January 18, 2013, 15:54 GMT)

Brett lee isn't playing in this year's BPL. This league is turning out to be a farce league. I think this is more of a domestic league than an international one. One can assume this league as a minnow league. It's good to play in this league to earn some money otherwise only GOD knows who is going to benefit from this series? With no International caliber player in the hunt, how this league is going to benefit so-called Bangladeshi world class players?

Posted by Fearless_Greens on (January 18, 2013, 15:41 GMT)

wow now BD fans will start bashing Pakistan and PCB again. No one will realize that this show was started by BCB and to PCB's bad luck they fell for it. It is very funny to see that BCB did a "favor" to PCB in 2008 by sending their team. They need to understand what a favor is. That tour was not a favor because security situation was relatively better at that time. Pakistan hosted the Asia Cup same year. So it was in fact in BCB's own interest to give their player exposure of top quality cricket.

With the start of bpl I think BCB and bd fans should forget about Pakistani players but instead they are coming up with clarify statements which shows that they have felt the hit. I hope they learn and act professionally in future. PCB should be careful in future while dealing with BCB.

Posted by Kashif.Anwar on (January 18, 2013, 15:26 GMT)

It was a political excuse from PCB for not co-operating with BCB. They didn't want to help double crossers. Who knows who is the lair here... I have my vote on BCB to be lying, keeping in mind their history.

Posted by azirqusa on (January 18, 2013, 15:22 GMT)

Think 2014-T20-WC…..International T20'ers would be interested playing in Bangladeshi Condition….good prospect for BPL.

Posted by Tokai69 on (January 18, 2013, 15:06 GMT)

Knew it, but not surprised as PCB is full of big liars! Up until Jan 2013, there were no bypassing issue about NOC . Very unprofessional comment!

Posted by fr600 on (January 18, 2013, 15:01 GMT)

Now I feel glad that Bangladesh is not touring Pakistan. I always thought Pakistan is the most unpredictable team on the field (in a good way) but now I feel they are unpredictable off the field too (in a bad way and I'm referring to PCB not the players). No wonder why PCB couldn't make any teams tour their country, it's a failure on their part. Bangladesh was their last chance of having a full nation play in Pakistan. Now Pakistan will not have international cricket for another.. god knows how many years.

Posted by azirqusa on (January 18, 2013, 14:37 GMT)

I hope, Pakistani Players will get involved....They are the one who missed opportunities….They are the one who experienced the Bangladeshi Hospitality….Bottom line is PCB's actions did DELAY further International Cricket coming back to Pakistan….Wish to remind the Board, that Being instrumental in harming or degrading counterpart (or even an opponent) spoils the spirit of sportsmanship.

Posted by Dunwall on (January 18, 2013, 14:22 GMT)

@Ind_champs: No domestic tournament is in competition with another one. Thats completely foolish...would you say BBL is in competition with IPL? Would you say BPL is in competition with SLPL? Each and every one of the tournaments was designed to entertain the crowds of EACH nation (not EVERY). I hope you got the point.

Posted by Ind_champs on (January 18, 2013, 13:59 GMT)

Im glad pcb refused to send its players to bpl. Now bpl gone. Soon slpl would be gone too nd only ipl will be rocking. Its high time for other boards to accept that india is the boss.thank you pakistan for showing bpl where its stand. You guys will never be able to compete with grand ipl.

Posted by SizarBD on (January 18, 2013, 13:48 GMT)

How childish talk by PCB! Everybody knows that BPL got players from other countries using the same formula. What special treatment did PCB expect then?

Posted by i2bajwa on (January 18, 2013, 13:46 GMT)

Both boards should feel embarrassed by their actions. BCB has received the ICC nomination they were pushing for; It's the only reason they agreed to tour Pakistan to begin with. PCB, players are missing out on another tournament, at this point any cricket you can find does good for your schedule. Costly and selfish actions on both ends. Only BCCI would engage in such actions but i guess other boards have caught on.

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