ACB allocated $422,000 to develop Kabul academy
KABUL (PAN): The International Cricket Council (ICC) has allocated $422,000 for the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) under its Targeted Assistance and Performance Programme (TAPP) that was introduced last year.
The decision came at the second of the four board meetings of the ICC and IDI (ICC Development International, the commercial arm of the cricket’s governing body) held in the UAE on April 16 and 17, an ICC statement said.
The ICC has introduced a TAPP fund of $12 million in January 2012 to help develop more competitive teams at the highest level by targeting the lower ranked full members and higher ranked associate/ affiliate members for assistance,” the statement said.
The funding for the ACB was to develop the National Cricket Academy in Kabul and to fulfill certain conditions.
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