pentangular


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pen·tan·gu·lar

 (pĕn-tăng′gyə-lər)
adj.
Having five angles.

pentangular

(pɛnˈtæŋɡjʊlə)
adj
(Mathematics) having five angles
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Adj.1.pentangular - of or relating to or shaped like a pentagon
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According to Ansari, their association has selected a pool of 30 players who will take part in Pentangular Cup and the National Disabled Cricket Championship and based on their performances, best 20 will tour with the team for the tri-series.
We have shortlisted a pool of 30 players from our national competitions including the Pentangular Cup and the National Disabled Cricket Championship,' he said.
KARACHI -- Sindh U-16 defeated Federal Capital U-16 team by 74 runs in Pepsi-PCB U-16 Pentangular T-20 Tournament 2018 At Gaddafi Stadium Lahore.
Promising cricketers from the Pakistan Under-19 set-up and top performers of the recently concluded U-19 Pentangular Cup have been added to the Emerging roster, he said.
The performance of these bowlers will be monitored during the upcoming Pentangular Domestic Tournament.
He was not even included in the final 15-man World Cup squad, but Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shaharyar Khan insisted he had proved himself in the domestic Pentangular Cup.
In 1937, with the addition of a new team called the Rests, it became the Pentangular Tournament but was abandoned in 1946 due to political unrest.
Qureshi said that the Pakistan Cricket Board gives them a lot of good exposure and help, adding that the Chief Operating Officer of PCB Subhan Ahmed attended the 4th Pentangular Championship final as Chief Guest.
From the time of the Quadrangular and Pentangular and the gradual evolution of maidan rivalries in Mumbai cricket with tourneys like Times Shield and Kanga League, an assembly line of batters broke through as they tried making their tryst with izzat and shaurat from the great game.
It has a collaboration arrangement with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the Pentangular Cup.
In India in those days teams and gymkhanas were also named according to religions and the Pentangular Tournament in Bombay (now Mumbai), which was very popular at the time, hosted teams such as the Muslims, Hindus, Parsees, Europeans and the Rest.
The airline - an ICC Official Partner - has a long history of supporting cricket both at a global and grassroots level and is set to strengthen its commitment to the sport by sponsoring a number of tournaments including the National T20 Cup 2011, Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2011-12, Pentangular Cricket Cup 2011-12, One-Day Cricket Cup 2011-12 and Super 8 T20 Cricket Cup 2012.