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Royal family invites Sreesanth to play in Bahrain Cricket Festival
BIPIN DANI
DUBAI, (UAE), May 14: S. Sreesanth, who has been life-banned by the Indian cricket board for his alleged involvement in the spot-fixing in the IPL (Indian Premier |League) is still a popular cricketer in Bahrain.

The Royal family of Bahrain has invited him to play a festival match on Friday, it is learnt here.

According to the highly placed sources here, under the patronage of His Highness (HH) Shaikh Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa, a Bahrain Cricket Festival (2017|) is organised on next Friday and two matches (6-A- Side and T-20) will be played at th Bahrain National Stadium and several internationals cricketers are invited from Asia''s all four Test playing nations.

The venture is jointly organised by the Bahrain Cricket Academy in association with the Ministry of Youth and Sports Affairs (MOYS) and Gulf Sports Expo 2017. The hand-outs released by the organisers have the names of India S. Sreesanth, Irfan Pathan (captain of one of the two teams), Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh names.

It is not known whether these players have received NOCs from the BCCI. It may, however, be recalled here that India's Yusuf Pathan, the brother of Irfan Pathan was recently denied such permission to play in Hong-Kong.

The other players named in the hand-outs are Misbah ul Haq (captain of the opposite team), Shahid Afridi, Abdul Razaq, Sohail Tanveer, Rana Naveed, Tilakratne Dilshan, Mohammad Ashraful, Marlon Samuels, Mohammad Sharif and Marlon Samuels |(West India).

Few of the above cricketers are busy in the ongoing IPL matches in India or elsewhere.

Sreesanth is believed to have consented to participate in the tournament. His appeal against the BCCI for the NOC to play in Scotland will now be heard in the High Court on May 22, when Vinod Rai, the chairman of the Supreme Court appointee Committee of Administrators (COA) is requested to remain present.


News Updated at : Monday, May 15, 2017
 
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