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Indian-Pakistani veterans to play three hockey matches in Slough in United Kingdom in May

April 27, 2016 09:27 PM
Logo Slough Hockey Club, Slough, United Kingdom

ISLAMABAD: Veteran players of Pakistan and India are all set to be in action as the United Kingdom based Slough hockey club have organized three matches against both the arch rivals in May according to APP report published in The News.

Talking to APP Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) Secretary Shahbaz Ahmed said Slough hockey club Chairman Harjit Sandhu is organizing the matches among the Pak India veterans players.

They have laid a new astro turf in their club and these matches are part of the inauguration, he said.

Three matches will be played on May 13, 14 and 15. This is a very good initiative taken by the Slough hockey club, he said adding there would be hardly anybody in this world who doesn’t want to see both the nations play.

The Pakistan players include Muhammad Atiq, Muhammad Rizwan, Muhammad Khalid, Adnan Zakir, Akthar Ali, Muhammad Imran, Sharif Muhammad, Hussain Muhammad, Muhammad Saqlain, Rehan Butt, Salman Akbar and Muhammad Arshad.

The prominent among the Indians participating in the matches are Deepak Thakur, Pargat Singh, Yuvraj Walmiki, Harpal Singh and Rajpal Inderjeet.

 

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