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ScoreLine Publication gets praise from International Quarters

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December 31st, 2019: Cricketing publication based out of Karachi, ScoreLine got much praise and appreciation recently from concerned quarters and fraternity across the globe. The publication which is now in its fifth-year running has been actively working with the sporting and journalistic community to establish strong foundations for focused platform catering to all forms of the game.

“ScoreLine has rapidly become a well-respected member of the world’s cricket media in these last some years. It is a publication that is presented with quality and features stories from many esteemed writers”, mentioned Richard Syndenham, journalist and sports agent who has written for Sunday Telegraph, Sunday Express, Guardian, New York Times, and the International Herald Tribune.

The digital platform of the publication is much active and updated with tremendous items of interest for cricket lovers. From features, news, series updates, history to sections for women, under-19, disabled and blind, the website presents a dynamic view of content availability for audiences.

Richard Heller, author and columnist from London added, “Going through ScoreLine is like reading a love letter from far away. I can see my beloved (Pakistan Cricket) in all her moods: downcast or exuberant, quiet or noise, reflective or instinctive. I know what she is doing and what she is thinking. And it is joy to write back to her from time to time”.

The print edition of the publication exists in the form of a bi-monthly magazine which is well known for its creative outlay and pictorial spread. The paperback has a decent market in an age where digital and electronic medias have taken the lead and is distributed separately worldwide to journalists, reporters, and cricketing fraternity.

“It is indeed praiseworthy for a publication to hold its place in the market and indicates confidence for the future. The quality of journalism is an attribute which defines this journal. Hope this will continue to enlighten and entertain readers for years to come”, cited Asif Iqbal, Former Pakistan Captain based out of England.

The publication has a seasoned and experienced advisory board which has included the likes of Arif Ali Khan Abbasi, Javed Jabbar, Chishty Mujahid and Rashid Latif. Contributors from across the globe including Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, United Kingdom, West Indies, and United States form part of the editorial mix.

Curator of Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) Library and Museum in London, Adam Chadwick stated further, “Congratulations to the publication and its accomplishments. ScoreLine is a happy addition to the library at Lord’s.”

The venture was founded by Muhammad Rahimtoola and Shoaib Ahmed. The former having been associated with the television and digital industry whilst the latter being a journalist and previously having served Media Affairs at the Pakistan Cricket Board.

“It’s great to see a quality publication coming this far in the last few years. Hope the value keeps adding further to the global community with the insightful writings”, said Ather Ali Khan, former Bangladesh Cricketer and ace Commentator based out of Dhaka.