Abbottabad Falcons

The Abbottabad Falcons (Urdu: ایبٹ آباد فالکنز) was a Pakistani men's professional Twenty20 cricket team that competes in the Haier T20 League and based in Abbottabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.[1] The Falcons played at the Abbottabad Cricket Stadium, which the Pakistan Cricket Board declared a first-class ground in 2010.[2]

Abbottabad Falcons
ایبٹ آباد فالکنز
Abbotabad Falcons logo.png
Personnel
CaptainPakistan Younus Khan
CoachPakistan Sajjad Akbar
Team information
Colours  
Founded2005
Dissolved2016
Home groundAbbottabad Cricket Stadium
Capacity16,000
History
Haier T20 Cup wins0

HistoryEdit

The Falcons were formed in 2005 as the "Abbottabad Rhinos", but renamed themselves to the Abbottabad Falcons during the 2010-11 season.[3]

SeasonsEdit

Year National Twenty20 Cup
2005* League stage
2006* League stage
2007* Not Held
2008* League stage
2009* League stage
2010* League stage
2011* League stage
2012 League stage
2013 League stage
2014 Semi-finals
2015 League stage
2016 League stage
2017 Did not qualify

Note: * indicates participations as Abbotabad Rhinos.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "PCB unveils revamped domestic cricket structure - Newspaper - DAWN.COM".
  2. ^ "Pakistan Cricket - 'our cricket' website".
  3. ^ "Abbottabad Falcons profile | The News Tribe".

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