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Now The Saudi Cricket Team Will Also Be Seen In Action

Saudi Arabia has hinted at forming its own national cricket team to promote cricket.

According to Arab media reports , the chairman of the Saudi Arabian Cricket Federation (SACF), Prince Saud bin Mashal Al Saud, said that Saudi Arabia is focused on building a competitive national cricket team.

He said that sports would be promoted under Vision 2030, under which a national cricket team would be formed.

The chairman of the Arab Cricket Federation said that under this scheme, the youth would be attracted towards sports and other healthy activities.

Prince Saud bin Mashal Al Saud said: "Saudi Arabia has more than 8 million citizens from Asian countries, they are citizens of countries where cricket is very popular."

He said that we will organize cricket tournaments at the level of educational institutions and colleges, which will bring out new talent while also giving opportunity to the citizens belonging to Asia.

Saudi Arabia is focused on building a competitive national cricket team and this project will also be part of Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030.

Saudi Arabia has announced the promotion of cricket in the country, saying that through it, our goal will be to prepare a competitive national team. Speaking to Arab News, Saudi Prince Mashal Al Saud, chairman of the country's cricket federation, said: "We want to promote healthy activities among the youth in our Vision 2030, among other factors.

"We have about 8 million people in Asian countries, where cricket is very popular, including Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka," he said. Leading Saudi Arabia is ranked 28th out of 105 ICC member countries in the T20 rankings. We also have a complete program to hold school level tournaments.

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