PESHAWAR – Peshawar, provincial capital of Pakistan’s North West province Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will host first ever Peshawar Premier League (PPL) Twenty20 Cricket tournament, pakistantribe.com reported.
According to PakistanTribe’s sports desk, the tournament will be started from the first Ramadan at Arbab Niaz Cricket Stadium, Peshawar.
This was stated by former international indoor cricketer Sana Ullah while talking to the media at Media Center of the Qayyum Sports Complex.
Accompanied with former first class cricketer and coach of the Maazullah Khan Academy Pervez Khan, Aziz Ullah and Imran Khan, Sana Ullah said that it is for the first time that a PPL Twenty20 Cricket will be played under the lights in the Holy month of Ramadan Ul Mubarik.
He said top 24 teams will be taking part in the PPL with white ball and colour kits and hopefully international cricketers from other cities all across Pakistan would come and play.
The aim and objective of the event at one side is to give ample opportunities of entertainment to the Peshawarites and on the other upcoming players would see top class players in action, said organisers.