Following the successful conclusion of the Sri Lankan Cricket team tour of Pakistan. Another Cricket team jas expressed it’s desire of visiting the cricket frenzy nation. This it’s the Irish Cricket team.
Cricket Ireland chief executive Warren Deutrom stated that he hopes that international cricket returns to Pakistan and Ireland is ready to play part in it.
“We want to play our part in assisting getting international cricket back in Pakistan,” Warren Deutrom said.
“Cricket Ireland is now a Test nation and we certainly feel it is important that we play our part in being a mature and grownup member of the cricket family,” he further added.
Cricket Ireland chief executive Warren Deutrom also appreciated Pakistan’s hospitality and the love of Pakistani people for the game of Cricket.
“It is a great pleasure to be here. First of all, we have been treated fabulously well. The courtesy, the generosity, the hospitality, the warmth, the love of cricket is plainly obvious for anyone to see,” He stated.
ECB's Tom Harrison, PCB's Wasim Khan, Cricket Ireland Chairman Ross McCollum and Cricket Ireland Chief Executive Warren Deutrom watching the 3rd #PAKvSL T20I at the GSL#PINKTober pic.twitter.com/W9fkFjuQZA
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) October 9, 2019
Cricket Ireland chief executive further stated thag after talking to cricket boards who have visited Pakistan after the unfortunate attack on Sri Lankan Cricket team. His team will consider visiting Pakistan for a tour. He also appreciated Pakistan law enforcement agencies for the efforts they have been putting in to restore cricket in the country.
Ireland is expected to accept an invitation of one off test by PCB in Pakistan as CEO of Cricket Ireland is highly impressed with security provided in Lahore/Islamabad. PCB is expected to send an invitation to Ireland Cricket at the end of this year to schedule dates.🏏#cricket
— Arfa Feroz Zake (@ArfaSays_) October 12, 2019