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Who would have thought a person with a physical impairment would play cricket just as anyone else.

This is a story of people who are living with impairments, who did not settle for the comforts of their homes.

Those who would rather take up a bat or a ball, and experience the thrills of a cricket pitch.

There are some who have already turned heads and even perceptions in Qatar.

Take Faarhan Saeed for one, who lost a leg to Polio, at the age of two.

Today, Saeed hops on his right leg with the support of a crutch when he delivers a bowl.

Though many of them have been subjected to stigma and discrimination, their mental perseverance throughout it all, and physical endurance during matches is admirable.

Most of them are low income earners who said cricket has helped them improve their standing in their communities.

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