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Qatar outlines its cricket ambitions

Doha recently held two women's cricket events and organisers are planning bigger tournaments.

Last updated: 30 Jan 2014 16:47
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Qatar is not known for its cricket - be it hosting or participating.

But with a cricket-starved population, the State is now looking to bring the sport to the region and hold major events.

Doha recently held two women's cricket events - the ODI tournament won by South Africa with Pakistan taking the T20 honours - and the plans don't stop there.

The organisers want to bring the men's sides to Doha. Robin Adams reports from the West End International Cricket Stadium in Doha...

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