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Afghanistan to offer central contracts to 25 women cricketers

Recently, Afghanistan Cricket Board held a camp with 40 women cricketers to form their national team. Now, out of the 40 cricketers, 25 of them are selected and they will be awarded with the national contract soon, according to the official statement in ACB’s website.

The training camp began on 17th October and it was concluded today.

The players were trained in both batting and bowling, physical fitness.

ACB also added that they will be conducting another training session for the women cricketers soon.

Image courtesy- ACB Website

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