The Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) will resolve – or delay additional — the destiny of the exiled Afghanistan ladies’s cricket group at a council assembly in Dubai on Monday, regardless that the all-male working group has not spoken to a single member of the group.

It’s anticipated the sub-committee, headed by ICC deputy chair and Singaporean lawyer Imran Khwaja, will advocate that no motion be taken towards the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) because the scenario is “very advanced”, leaving the ladies, now primarily based in Australia, in a chronic limbo.

Throughout a go to by Afghanistan officers to Australia for the boys’s ICC T20 World Cup in November 2022, a member of the ladies’s group was given the title of the restaurant the place the chairman of the Afghanistan Cricket Board, Mirwais Ashraf, was eating.

She arrived unannounced hoping to ask for some solutions to the numerous questions they’d.

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