KARACHI (DP News/Syed Talat Abbas) – The U.S Consulate General Karachi, in a joint effort with Lincoln Corner Karachi and Lincoln Corner Pakistan American Culture Centre (PACC), denoted the finish of fourteen day long cricket camps for male and female understudies with a last match between the two Lincoln Corners groups at the Consulate in Karachi. The camps zeroed in on the significance of a solid way of life and permitted male youth, familiar with road cricket, to get familiar with the standards and guidelines of the expert game, while female youth were introduced a one of a kind chance to partake in the custom of Ramadan cricket close by their male friends.
Acting Consul General Liam O’Flanagan and Acting Deputy Consul General Elizabeth Sunday went to the cricket coordinate alongside the prestigious Pakistani cricket expert and previous global cricketer Sikander Bakht and Pakistani female cricket star Aiman Anwer. While conversing with the members, Liam O’Flanagan noted, “Ramzan Cricket matches are a particularly fun practice, and I’m anticipating encountering this today. I wish it might have been night cricket until sehri, however perhaps we can do that next year.”
Lincoln Corners are associations between the U.S. Embassy and selected institutions in Pakistan. Situated inside colleges, public libraries, and social focuses, Lincoln Corners are multi-media asset focuses where guests can interface, practice their English, and find out about the US utilizing various assets. This is the subsequent Ramadan Cricket Camp that Lincoln Corner Karachi at Liaquat National Library and Lincoln Corner PACC have supported.
The sports commentator, Sikander Bakht and hotshot cricketer Aiman Anwer joined the pre-supper cricket facility where they gave tips to the groups on the most proficient method to play an Ace game, then, at that point, joined the gathering for Iftar alongside the Acting Delegate Emissary General Elizabeth Sunday, Public Affairs Officer Lee McManis, and other U.S Consulate officials.