Afghanistan women’s cricket team: In limbo and in exile in Australia

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Afghanistan players taking part in an exhibition match in their home nation prior to the Taliban's return to power
Afghanistan have been a full member of the International Cricket Council since 2017 and as such are required to field a women’s team

Nahida Sapan, an all-rounder in Afghanistan women’s cricket team, was at university in Kabul when the Taliban retook control of the country on 15 August 2021.

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