نن په انځورونو کي

د رګبي سیالۍ په کابل کي پيل شوې، انځورونه ۲۰۱۱-۱۲-۲۳

د رګبي یا د لاسي فوټبال سیالۍ نن په کابل کي پیل شوې، دا لومړی ځل دی چي په افغانستان کې دغه لوبه په رسمي توګه ترسره کیږي..که څه هم دا لوبه په افغانستان کي دومره مینه وال نه لري، خو لوبغاړي يې په دې ګمان دي چي دا لوبه به هم د بزکشي، فوټ بال، او کرکیټ غوندي  مینه وال په راتلونکي کي ولري.

Afghan rugby players participate in the Kabul Sevens Rugby Tournament in the Chaman-e Hozouri area of Kabul on December 23, 2011. Afghanistan kicked off its first official rugby tournament on December 23, with organisers hoping game will one day be as popular as buzkashi, a kind of polo played with the carcass of a headless goat. Cricket and football have already gained a strong following, and regional sporting success has offered a rare glimmer of hope in the war-wracked country. But enthusiasts believe Afghans, who have faced decades of conflict and hardship, are even better suited to the rough and tumble of the rugby field, which is more akin the national sport buzkashi, without the need for horses.

Afghan rugby players participate in the Kabul Sevens Rugby Tournament in the Chaman-e Hozouri area of Kabul on December 23, 2011. Afghanistan kicked off its first official rugby tournament on December 23, with organisers hoping game will one day be as popular as buzkashi, a kind of polo played with the carcass of a headless goat. Cricket and football have already gained a strong following, and regional sporting success has offered a rare glimmer of hope in the war-wracked country. But enthusiasts believe Afghans, who have faced decades of conflict and hardship, are even better suited to the rough and tumble of the rugby field, which is more akin the national sport buzkashi, without the need for horses.

Afghan rugby players participate in the Kabul Sevens Rugby Tournament in the Chaman-e Hozouri area of Kabul on December 23, 2011. Afghanistan kicked off its first official rugby tournament on December 23, with organisers hoping game will one day be as popular as buzkashi, a kind of polo played with the carcass of a headless goat. Cricket and football have already gained a strong following, and regional sporting success has offered a rare glimmer of hope in the war-wracked country. But enthusiasts believe Afghans, who have faced decades of conflict and hardship, are even better suited to the rough and tumble of the rugby field, which is more akin the national sport buzkashi, without the need for horses.

Afghan rugby players participate in the Kabul Sevens Rugby Tournament in the Chaman-e Hozouri area of Kabul on December 23, 2011. Afghanistan kicked off its first official rugby tournament on December 23, with organisers hoping game will one day be as popular as buzkashi, a kind of polo played with the carcass of a headless goat. Cricket and football have already gained a strong following, and regional sporting success has offered a rare glimmer of hope in the war-wracked country. But enthusiasts believe Afghans, who have faced decades of conflict and hardship, are even better suited to the rough and tumble of the rugby field, which is more akin the national sport buzkashi, without the need for horses.

Afghan rugby players participate in the Kabul Sevens Rugby Tournament in the Chaman-e Hozouri area of Kabul on December 23, 2011. Afghanistan kicked off its first official rugby tournament on December 23, with organisers hoping game will one day be as popular as buzkashi, a kind of polo played with the carcass of a headless goat. Cricket and football have already gained a strong following, and regional sporting success has offered a rare glimmer of hope in the war-wracked country. But enthusiasts believe Afghans, who have faced decades of conflict and hardship, are even better suited to the rough and tumble of the rugby field, which is more akin the national sport buzkashi, without the need for horses.

Afghan rugby players participate in the Kabul Sevens Rugby Tournament in the Chaman-e Hozouri area of Kabul on December 23, 2011. Afghanistan kicked off its first official rugby tournament on December 23, with organisers hoping game will one day be as popular as buzkashi, a kind of polo played with the carcass of a headless goat. Cricket and football have already gained a strong following, and regional sporting success has offered a rare glimmer of hope in the war-wracked country. But enthusiasts believe Afghans, who have faced decades of conflict and hardship, are even better suited to the rough and tumble of the rugby field, which is more akin the national sport buzkashi, without the need for horses.

Afghan rugby players compete for the ball during the 7th Rugby Tournament sponsored by the British Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Dec. 24, 2011. Rugby is a sport that is still very much in its infancy in the war-ravaged nation, despite being a place where contact sports have a history and spectators aren't squeamish.

Afghan rugby players compete for the ball during the 7th Rugby Tournament sponsored by the British Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Dec. 24, 2011. Rugby is a sport that is still very much in its infancy in the war-ravaged nation, despite being a place where contact sports have a history and spectators aren't squeamish.

Afghan rugby players compete for the ball during the 7th Rugby Tournament sponsored by the British Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Dec. 24, 2011. Rugby is a sport that is still very much in its infancy in the war-ravaged nation, despite being a place where contact sports have a history and spectators aren't squeamish.

An Afghan man watches a rugby match through Olympic rings, during the 7th Rugby Tournament, sponsored by the British Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Dec. 24, 2011. Rugby is a sport that is still very much in its infancy in the war-ravaged nation, despite being a place where contact sports have a history and spectators aren't squeamish.

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