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A young Afghan cricketer playing as part of the national teams has broken the legendary record in first-class world cricket by scoring the highest average runs over a short span of time. The 18-year-old Baheer, who is playing in Afghanistan’s Under-19 cricket team, has pushed the legendary Australian cricketer sir Don Bradman to second spot with an average of 121.77.

The Afghanistan Under-19 National Cricket team secured their second consecutive victory in the ongoing ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup against Sri Lanka. The Afghan team managed to defeat Sri Lanka by 38 runs during a match which was disrupted by rain.

Snooker is a famous game in all over the world and people are playing it in international competitions. The Kandahar sport department is trying to make this game famous in Kandahar and find talented guys for this game so they can make a federation of snooker in Afghanistan and make a national team for it.

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