Sharjah Cricket Council secretary and Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) administrator Mazhar Khan told Gulf News: "Every day eight matches are being held, with 16 domestic teams playing at the two venues.
What does ECB stand for?
ECB stands for Emirates Cricket Board (United Arab Emirates)
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Stating that Mani moved the ICC office from London to Dubai only to join Emirates Cricket Board (ECB), the cricketer has opined that Mani is interfering in PCB's affairs to avenge his failure in becoming PCB chief.
Among the latest is David East who after an illustrious 30-year stint with Essex cricket both as a player and senior official, took over as the chief executive at Emirates Cricket Board and the Abu Dhabi Cricket Club at the start of this year.
The reception was given at the popular Ya Zaman Restaurant and was attended by the players and officials of seven participating teams - Afghanistan, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, KSA and Nepal - along with the representatives of Emirates Cricket Board.
Dubai: The Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) will stage a high-profile tournament for the first time through its newly formed Domestic Cricket Development Committee (DCDC).
Lahore, June 8 ( ANI ): Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) representative Intikhab Alam, deputed to assess the facilities at Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has reached Dubai, where he will meet the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) chief Dilawar Mani and other officials to assess the facilities to be provided to the Australians, in case the Pakistan home series is to be played in UAE.