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Deaf cricketers from Indo-Pak to play T20 matches

Deaf cricketers from India and Pakistan will play three Twenty20 matches for the Dosti Cup tournament, kicking off on Wednesday with first clash at Amritsar.
PTI | By HT Correspondent, Chandigarh
UPDATED ON JUL 01, 2008 08:39 PM IST

Deaf cricketers from India and Pakistan will play three Twenty20 matches for the Dosti Cup tournament, kicking off on Wednesday with first clash at Amritsar.

"The Deaf Cricket Federation of Punjab is organising the Dosti Cup and the Punjab team will take on North West Frontier Province Deaf Cricketers Association from Pakistan in Amritsar tomorrow," Happy Passi, one of the organisers, said.

The second match will be played on July 4 at Jalandhar and the final at Ludhiana on July 6.

"In October, our team will be touring Pak to play T20 matches there," Passi said.

Passi said that the tournament carried a small prize money, but it was an initiative where these cricketers will get an opportunity to play against each other.

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