PCB decided to partially boycott the ICC ceremony against ignoring Saeed Ajmal
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PCB decided to partially boycott the ICC ceremony against ignoring Saeed Ajmal

Karāchi : Pakistan | Sep 23, 2012 at 1:29 PM PDT
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Pakistan Cricket Board has decided to partially boycott the 15th September ICC award ceremony despite being angry to ICC as ICC ignored Saeed Ajmal in Bowlers ranking. According to PCB few PCB officials and some junior players will represent PCB, whole team will not participate in awards giving ceremony. In this way Pakistan Cricket Board will record the protest against the discharge of Saeed Ajmal’s name in the preliminary list. Pakistan Cricket Board’s Chairman Zaka Ashraf has reached Dubai from Lahore.

It was decided by in the meeting of PCB that the whole Pakistani team will not participate in ICC award ceremony. Few PCB board officials and some junior players will participate in the ICC Awards ceremony in Colombo.ICC officials want this ceremony to be free of controversies but with next week situation will be cleaed.

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PCB decided to partially boycott the ICC ceremony against ignoring Saeed Ajmal
PCB decided to partially boycott the ICC ceremony against ignoring Saeed Ajmal.
mamukakan is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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