Rabia Shahzadi appointed as first captain of blind women cricket team of Pakistan

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Rabia Shahzadi appointed as first captain of blind women cricket team of Pakistan

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Blind Cricket Council has appointed Rabia Shahzadi as the first captain of national women blind cricket team.

Chairman, PBCC Syed Sultan Shah said on Wednesday that it is a history making moment in national blind women cricket and it will go a long way in establishing women cricket on solid lines.

Rabia is currently doing her BS in Kinnaird College for Women University Lahore and She is partially blind (B2) category player.

Aneela Shahzadi has been named as Vice-Captain of the team and she is also doing BS in Lahore College for Women University Lahore.

She is totally blind (B1) category player.

They will lead the Pakistan side in the forthcoming first International Women Blind Cricket series to be played between Nepal and Pakistan from January 27, 2019 to February 4.