Pakistan’s former Test cricketer Younis Khan presented certificates to national disabled cricketers who participated in recently concluded Physical Disability World Series in England.
Pakistan team captain Nihar Alam, batsman Wajid Alam and fast bowler Sher Ali received the certificates and paychecks from the former cricketer. They also received the match-winning bonus.
According to Pakistan Disabled Cricket Association (PDCA)’s spokesperson, the players were set to get Rs 50,000/- as tour fees while Rs 20,000/- a match-winning bonus for playing XI and Rs 10,000/- for reserved players.
Meanwhile, Younis praised the efforts of disabled cricketers who show passion and commitment for their country. “These players are an inspiration for all of us. They are true representatives of Pakistan. I wish them best of luck for the future,” Khan said.
It must be noted here that Pakistan participated in the first-ever Physical Disability World Series in England. They managed to win just a match against Bangladesh out of three contests they played in the mega event.