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Kabul Eagles (Pashto: کابل بازانKābəl Bāzān) is one of six first-class cricket teams in Afghanistan. The team, based in the country's capital city Kabul, was created to join the five regional sides in the Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-day Tournament, which will have first-class status from 2017 onwards.[1] The Kabul team also compete in the Afghan Shpageeza Cricket League Twenty20 competition (which will have List A status from 2017) using the name Kabul Eagles. They were the 2016 champions in the league.

GP - Kabul Eagles
کابل بازان
Kābəl Bāzān
Kabul Eagles cricket team logo.jpg
Personnel
CaptainAfghanistan Asghar Afghan
CoachWest Indies Cricket Board Gus Logie
OwnerGeneral Petroleum
Team information
Home groundAlokozay Kabul International Cricket Ground, Kabul
Capacity6,000
History
Shpageeza wins1 (2016)

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Afghanistan domestic competitions awarded first-class and List A status". ESPN Cricinfo. 4 February 2017. Retrieved 25 March 2017.