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Mirwais Ashraf, officially recognized as ICC Board of Directors member

The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) has managed to secure its position in the International Cricket Council (ICC) as a member of the General Assembly, which was postponed due to the government change and the personal and unprofessional performance of some former officials.
Naseeb Khan, the Chief Operation Officer of ACB attended the meeting of the committee that was formed by ICC to observe Afghanistan cricket. During the last meeting, the committee officially endorsed Mirwais Ashraf as the member of ICC Board of Directors and chairman of ACB and approved his participation in the ICC meeting officially. The leadership of the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) has been able to convince the ICC Board and member countries about the concerns that have been raised with the ICC since the change of regime in Afghanistan. It happens after 8 months of serious observation of Afghanistan cricket. The hard work, commitment and excellent coordination of ACB made it possible after 8-month observation process and finally ACB retained its position and came over the problems of last months. This will pave the way for much more development of Afghanistan cricket on national and international level. ACB Chairman, Mirwais Ashraf said: “It is a great honor for Afghanistan that Afghan cricket will continue to grow at the International level. We are committed to the development of Afghan cricket and will continue to work for the strengthening of this great game in Afghanistan”. He also added that they were committed to acting as per the rules and regulations laid down in the books. Mr. Mirwais Ashraf also thanked the International Cricket Council (ICC) for keeping faith in Afghanistan Cricket and recognizing him as their representative in Afghanistan Cricket. He also thanked the BCCI, PCB, and other cricketing nations for supporting Afghanistan Cricket and calling the concerned parties on the inclusion of Afghanistan to the World Test Championship.
Sayed Naseem Sadaat

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.