PESHAWAR, 14 December: The logo of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa team participating in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) cricket tournament was inaugurated in Peshawar on Sunday.
The team have been named Peshawar Zalmi that have the logo of a turban with cricket stumps. The team logo was inaugurated by the team owner Javed Afridi at the Army Public School (APS) Peshawar along with the school students.
Mr Afridi said on the occasion that every win by the team will be dedicated to the martyred students of the Army Public School. He said he owned the Peshawar team to portray positive image of the region in the world. He said it was unfortunate that the region remained in the news for wrong reasons, which is not a true representation of the people of the area.
He said the team have made agreements with Muhammad Akram and Zimbabwe’s Andy Flower who will act as head coach and batting coach, respectively.
PSL will begin in Qatar on 4 February. Teams from the four provinces and Islamabad will take part in the tournament.