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Interest in the new league continues to grow

In January 2020, 26 club expressed an interest to join the newly formed Quaid e Azam Premier Cricket League which promised fair play and inspired the cricketing community to be part of something different.

The members appointed a committee with a wealth of experience, knowledge and skill set to administer the league like no other Sunday cricket league.

After a 3 month delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic the league played it’s first inauguration matches last week. Since then the interest of individual wishing to umpire in the league has increased and players registration has gone through the 100 barrier, 107 players have been registered since the registration window opened two weeks ago.

A number of clubs have already expressed interest to join and fill the 4 vacancies the league has for season 2021.

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