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Herat wins the Afghan tournament - Oct 17, 2006


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An Afghan basketball tournament was held at Kabul University in memory of Zahir, an Afghan basketball player who died in Germany. There were five teams taking part in the tournament. The final classification was as follows:
1. Herat team
2. Kabul Municipality
3. Afghan Club
4. Kabul University


During this tournament, Afghani basketball jerseys with national colours were displayed. The jerseys in beautiful green with black and red as additional colours (the national colours of Afghanistan) were a gift from the Turkish Embassy in Kabul. It is not clear whether these will be the specific jerseys that will be adopted by the national basketball team when the national basketball team representing Afghanistan goes to Qatar for the Doha Games 2006 early December. See website: http://www.doha-2006.com

 

So this tournament was a great prelude for expected Afghani participaton in the Doha Games 2006 that includes basketball. The 15th Asian Games (Doha 2006) will be held from 1 to 15 December 2006 with Afghanistan taking part with a national team selected from best players in Afghanistan and possible inclusion of a number of expatriate players of experience of Aghani origin from abroad.  

Our picture shows Qais Rasulee 6'8" center of the Afghan Club (wearing jersey #16) and Hekmat 6'6" power forward for Herat Club wearing the jersey #15.

  




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