ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) has said that the women's blind cricket team of Nepal will be touring Pakistan in November next year to have a series with our national women team. Talking to APP, PBCC Chairman Syed Sultan Shah said five T20 matches will be played between both the countries in five different cities. Sultan said it will be the first series of International Women Blind Cricket and it is an honour that it will be started through Pakistan and staged here too. Sultan said the PBCC is all set to bring out their women's team in the time to come. "The council is working hard to form a Pakistan women blind cricket team so that the ladies are not left isolated from this game," he said. The chairman said they have a lot of talent in Pakistan girls.–APP