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Cricket Australia cancels cricket series with Afghanistan

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Fidel Rahmati
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Cricket Australia canceled a series against Afghanistan again because of advice from the government. Australia’s men were supposed to play three Twenty20 matches against Afghanistan this year. However, Cricket Australia decided to postpone the series.

 It was planned in the United Arab Emirates instead of Afghanistan. The Taliban regained control of Afghanistan in 2021, which led to concerns about safety and security.

Cricket Australia stated that they have been talking with the Australian Government for the past year about the situation in Afghanistan.

 According to Cricket Australia’s statement, the government’s advice is that the conditions for women and girls in Afghanistan are deteriorating. This concern about the situation in Afghanistan has led to the postponement of the cricket series.

Meanwhile, on Monday, the Afghanistan cricket team achieved victory against Ireland. Afghanistan displayed their cricketing prowess in a thrilling series of matches and emerged victorious. The Afghan players demonstrated exceptional skill and teamwork, earning praise from cricket enthusiasts worldwide.

This success highlights Afghanistan’s growing presence and competitiveness in international cricket.

The victory against Ireland not only boosts the morale of the Afghan cricket team but also serves as a source of pride for the nation.

 Afghanistan’s cricketers have shown resilience and determination on the field despite facing challenges and uncertainties. Their triumph against Ireland is a testament to their hard work and dedication, inspiring hope and optimism for the future of cricket in Afghanistan.

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