CBFS

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AcronymDefinition
CBFSCricketers Benefit Fund Series (est. 1981)
CBFSCerebral Blood Flow Studies (brain)
CBFSCollege of Banking and Financial Studies (Oman)
CBFSCarbon Black Feedstock
CBFSCesium Beam Frequency Standard
CBFSCentral Baptist Family Services
CBFSComputerized Blood Flow Study
CBFSCircuit Board Functional Specification
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There was a time during the '80s and early '90s when cricketers around the world would wait to play in Sharjah's Cricketers Benefit Fund Series (CBFS) every six months.
He set up the Cricketers Benefit Fund Series (CBFS) and hosted the historic tri-nation series between India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, in Sharjah, called the Rothmans Cup in 1984.
A similar venture was started by Abdurrahman Bukhatir in Sharjah under the banner of Cricketers Benefit Fund Series (CBFS).
Hosted under the auspices of Cricketers Benefit Fund Series by businessman Abdul Rahman Bukhatir, the events also saw some of the former greats from both Pakistan and India honoured with benefits funds for their services.
They have selected Sharjah which won world attention some years ago for organizing Cricketers Benefit Fund Series.
Source said that Bukhatir, who is well known in cricket circles due to his Cricketers Benefit Fund Series (CBFS) venture in Sharjah, was keen on the Middleeast Cricket League (MCL) as Ten Sports, the Dubai based channel, would hold broadcasting rights for the T20 tournament.
Now the Cricketers Benefit Fund Series (CBFS) have pulled the plug on the proposed triangular tournament, which was supposed to pit South Africa against Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
He used to be in charge of making sure we were comfortable when we came to play the Cricketers Benefit Fund Series," said Richards and posed with Jafri for a snap.
From there the scene shifted to Sharjah where Abdul Rehman Bukhatir launched Cricketers Benefit Fund Series on the prompting of the same captain involved in Calcutta test.
And now the Cricketers Benefit Fund Series (CBFS)have pulled the plug on the proposed triangular tournament, which was supposed to pit South Africa against Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
Cricket in Sharjah known as Cricketers Benefit Fund Series, a brainchild of Pakistan's former test skipper Asif Iqbal and brought to reality by businessman Abdul Rehman Bukhatir had already established the sports at international level in the UAE.
Qasim Noorani, president of the Cricketers Benefit Fund Series, said yesterday: 'At the moment we are negotiating with the United Cricket Board of South Africa and, if they agree to play in Colombo on the same dates, we can stage our event in Sri Lanka.