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Teams Train Ahead of Shpageeza Cricket League

Teams have begun training ahead of the Shpageeza Cricket League, which begins in three days.

Matches will be held at the Kabul Cricket Stadium from September 6 -16, 2020.

The Spin Ghar Tigers and the Kabul Eagles have already begun training.

“The winner (of the league) will be the team that plays well,” said Riaz Afridi, Spin Ghar Tigers' head coach ahead of the start of the league, adding: "You will witness our efforts.”

Kabul Eagles head coach Asadullah Khan said “it’s an opportunity for young players to play with the national team members."

Saturday, Afghanistan's Cricket Board (ACB) announced that the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has granted approval for the attendance of crowds at a reduced capacity-- 30%--for the seventh edition of the Shpageeza Cricket League.

According to the guidelines issued, “ACB has to make sure the spectators maintain a distance of at least two meters and watch the match from an open space in the stands," and that "spectators must wear masks that will be provided to them by the ACB,” it said.

tournament has six teams - Amo Sharks, Band-e Amir Dragons, Boost Defenders, Kabul Eagles, Mes Ainak Knights and Spin Ghar Tigers.

The Mes Ainak Kights won the tournament last year.

Teams Train Ahead of Shpageeza Cricket League

Matches will be held at Kabul Cricket Stadium from September 6 -16, 2020.

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Teams have begun training ahead of the Shpageeza Cricket League, which begins in three days.

Matches will be held at the Kabul Cricket Stadium from September 6 -16, 2020.

The Spin Ghar Tigers and the Kabul Eagles have already begun training.

“The winner (of the league) will be the team that plays well,” said Riaz Afridi, Spin Ghar Tigers' head coach ahead of the start of the league, adding: "You will witness our efforts.”

Kabul Eagles head coach Asadullah Khan said “it’s an opportunity for young players to play with the national team members."

Saturday, Afghanistan's Cricket Board (ACB) announced that the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has granted approval for the attendance of crowds at a reduced capacity-- 30%--for the seventh edition of the Shpageeza Cricket League.

According to the guidelines issued, “ACB has to make sure the spectators maintain a distance of at least two meters and watch the match from an open space in the stands," and that "spectators must wear masks that will be provided to them by the ACB,” it said.

tournament has six teams - Amo Sharks, Band-e Amir Dragons, Boost Defenders, Kabul Eagles, Mes Ainak Knights and Spin Ghar Tigers.

The Mes Ainak Kights won the tournament last year.

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