The Pakistan cricket team will depart on Nov.23 for Lincoln, New Zealand, where they will spend two weeks in quarantine. T20 internationals are scheduled for Auckland on Dec.18, Hamilton on Dec.20 and Napier on Dec.22.
The first Test is at Mount Maunganui from Dec.26-30, with the second at Christchurch from Jan.3-7.
Participants can only register as individuals, not as teams, and they can choose from two categories: the Challenger category, which is open to people aged 14 to 60, and the Explorer category that is open to people aged 17-60.
Held at Royal Greens Golf and Country Club, on the Red Sea Coast near Jeddah, Thursday marks the first of seven days of elite-level women’s golf which will see the hosting of two world-class debut tournaments...
Salah’s positive test is another blow for Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp, who is already facing a defensive crisis with the loss of centre backs Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez, potentially for the remainder of the season.
The lovely gesture and sportsman spirits of the right-arm fast bowler Haris Rauf won millions of cricket fans’ hearts during the second eliminator of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) between Lahore Qalandars and Multan Sultans.
Following the progressive approach of the UAE government to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the UAE Jiu-Jitsu Federation has completed a vaccination programme for national team, its employees and members.
Jamila Ibrahim from Pink Caravan awarded the teams of the day with Petra Spanko as the Most Valuable Player and Sublime, ridden by Kim Roche, as the Best Playing Pony. Two Best Dressed Ladies in pink were recognised and received prizes worth up to Dhs4,000 each.
As the name suggests, the tournament is being held to spot young talents and give them a chance to play alongside world-class cricketers at the Abu Dhabi T10’s fourth edition to be held from Jan.28 to Feb.6, 2021.
"It would be an honour to become the first American to win the Race to Dubai and I’m really looking forward to the challenge of competing at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.”
As life springs back to normalcy in the country following weeks of lockdown due to COVID-19, Dubai Sports Council has stepped up its efforts to restore the Emirate’s sports sector to full capacity by announcing two major decisions on Thursday. Under-12 and Over-60 can now take part in sports activities.