Blind Cricket team from Pakistan to tour India

Senior official Bilal Sati said the team will be announced on Saturday

Islamabad:Jan 13, 2012

A 16-member national blind cricket team from Pakistan will tour India in February.

Bilal Sati, a senior official of the Pakistan Blind Cricket Council, said the team would be announced Saturday.

Trials for the team have just concluded in Islamabad, the Online news agency reported.

In December, the Institute for the Blind, Panchkuian Road had lifted the Eyeway Blind Cricket Challenger Tournament Trophy, defeating the Blind School, Lodhi Road, by 8 wickets.

A training camp for selected players would be held from Feb 3 in Lahore, and the team would leave Pakistan for India on Feb 13. (IANS)