Kiwi cricketers donate prize money to Peshawar attack victims

Updated: Dec 31, 2014, 11:19 IST | IANS |

The New Zealand cricket team has donated their prize money and match fees earned after beating Pakistan in a One-Day series to the victims of the Peshawar massacre, where more than 140 Army school children and teachers were killed

Wellington: The New Zealand cricket team has donated their prize money and match fees earned after beating Pakistan in a One-Day series to the victims of the Peshawar massacre, where more than 140 Army school children and teachers were killed.

New Zealand cricket team
New Zealand cricket team

The Kane Williamson-led New Zealand defeated Pakistan 3-2 in a One-Day International (ODI) series recently. Pacer Adam Milne donated his $500 prize for bowling the fastest ball of the series.

All the donations were handed over to Pakistan player Younis Khan. "New Zealand players and officials have handed over some donations and kit bags," Younis was quoted as saying by The Nation Tuesday.

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