Pakistan make history by winning European Long Range Championship

Pakistani Long Range Team has made history by winning European Long Range Championship held at Bisley, UK.

Lieutenant General Ahsan Gulrez and Colonel Junaid Waqas won silver medals while Lieutenant Colonel Junaid Ali secured Gold. These are the first ever international medals to be won by Pakistan in international long range event.

It was the maiden appearance of Pakistan in the European Championship to compete with over 80 international shooters from 12 nations in individual matches and 12 teams in team matches.

Speaker National Assembly Raja Pervez Ashraf has felicitated Pakistan’s Army Long Range Team for winning European Long Range Championship.

In a statement today, he said we are proud of our military men who participated in the tournament and performed brilliantly.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Asia Cup 2023: Centuries by Kohli, Rahul power India to 356/2

In the Super four stage of Asia Cup at Colombo, Pakistan is chasing a victory target of 357 runs against India.

Earlier, batting first India scored 356 runs for the loss of 2 wickets in allotted fifty overs.

KR Rahul and Virat Kholi scored centuries for India while Rahul Sharma and Shubman Gill scored half centuries.

For Pakistan, Shaheen Shah Afridi and Shahdab Khan captured one wicket each.

In tomorrow’s, match India will take on Sri Lanka at the same venue at 2:30pm Pakistan Standard Time.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Asia Cup match b/w Pakistan, India delayed due to rain

In Asia Cup cricket tournament Super Four stage, match to be played between Pakistan and India at Colombo has been delayed due to rain.

Earlier, the match was stopped due to rain yesterday when India scored 147 runs for the loss of 2 wickets in 24.1 overs.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Asia Cup 2023: Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 21 runs

Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 21 runs in the eighth match of the Asia Cup Cricket's fourth stage at Colombo on Saturday night.

Batting first, Sri Lanka scored 257 for the loss of nine wickets in allotted fifty overs.

In reply, Bangladesh were all out at 236 runs in 48.1 overs.

Source: Radio Pakistan