Rain washes out Pakistan Panthers Veterans couple of matches in England

Karachi: While heavy rains washed out a couple of matches during Pakistan Panthers Veterans cricket team’s tour of England, they spent a day at the historic Lords Cricket Ground.

According to the information made available here by the Pakistan Veterans Cricket Association (PVCA), their matches against Surrey and Hampshire were abandoned without a ball being bowled due to the inclement weather.

They had registered 34-run victory over Dorset Veterans in their opening match, which was also curtailed due to rains at the Dean Park in Bournemouth earlier in the week.

With the matches against Surrey CCC and Hampshire CCC having been washed out, they will now take on Middlesex CCC in their final match for which clear weather is forecasted.

Meanwhile the visiting Pakistan Panthers Veterans outfit, led by skipper Fawad Ijaz Khan, who is also the Chairman of the PVCA, undertook a tour of the Lord’s Cricket Ground on Wednesday. Pakistan’s High Commissioner in London, Ibn-e-Hassan, was also present on the occasion.

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