PCB Chairman to plead Pakistan case for Asian Emerging Nations Cup hosting rights

PCB Chairman to plead Pakistan case for Asian Emerging Nations Cup hosting rights

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Cricket Board Chairperson Najam Sethi will take part in the Asian Cricket Council meeting to discuss the hosting rights of Asian Emerging Nations Cup.

The meeting will be held from 22 of this month at Kolkata.

PCB Chairman Najam Sethi is confident to publicize Pakistan's campaign for bringing back international cricket to the country on the sidelines of the meeting.

He will meet with several officials of the different cricket playing nations to advocate Pakistan's point of view of having international cricket in the country.

While talking to APP, PCB Chairman said that international cricket has eventually returned to Pakistan and now the eyes are set to motivate more international cricket teams to visit Pakistan in near future.

He said the board has done everything for the revival of country's cricket and to re-established its image of a respected cricket playing nation.

Najam Sethi expressed his delight that after Lahore now Karachi has re-established the status of a safe city to organise international cricket ties.

He said the PCB is trying hard to bring back other major cities in the net for staging matches of the next edition of the PSL and that day is not far when whole of the PSL will be played across the country.

Najam Sethi lauded the role of ICC for lending hand to Pakistan for the revival of international cricket and praised the role of Director ICC Giles Clarke for his tremendous efforts for supplementing the efforts of PCB for resumption of international cricket in the country.