January 27, 2023



Pakistan points NOCs to India for West Asia Cup

A collage of a few of the groups collaborating within the West Asia Cup. — Twitter/@pakbaseball

The Indian group has been granted a No Objection Certificates (NOC) to take part within the fifteenth West Asia Baseball Cup, confirmed the Pakistan Federation Baseball (PFB) on Tuesday.

The occasion is scheduled to happen in Islamabad from January 26 to February 1.

“NOC letters have been obtained from the Ministry of Inter-Provincial Coordination. They’ve been despatched to India Baseball Federation Secretary Harish Kumar,” PFB president Fakhar Ali Shah stated.

“The passports of the Indian contingent have already been collected. The letter will likely be submitted in the present day. I hope that the Indian group will get visas quickly and can come to Pakistan,” he added.

International groups will begin to arrive in Pakistan tomorrow.

Earlier, Pakistan granted visas to the Palestine baseball group to take part within the match.

“Visas have been issued to the 21-member Palestinian group,” Fakhar stated.

The West Asia Cup is a six-team occasion involving hosts Pakistan, Palestine, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan.

Taking to Twitter Fakhar introduced the dates of the match on January 21: “26 January to 1 February 2023. fifteenth west Asia cup.”

The house aspect’s preparations are in full swing forward of the occasion. The Pakistan Federation Baseball took to its Twitter deal with to share its enthusiasm for the match. Sharing photos of the gamers throughout follow classes, the federation tweeted: “Staff Pakistan is getting ready for the upcoming West Asia Cup in Islamabad, Pakistan.”

It’s value mentioning right here that, earlier, the Baseball Softball Federation of India (BSFI) wrote a letter to Pakistan Olympic Affiliation (POA) to verify their participation within the Baseball occasion of the XIV South Asian Video games, which was initially scheduled to happen in March 2023, however the occasion was later postponed to March 2024 by South Asia Olympic Council (SAOC).

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