Twenty-four players to attend camp at PCB’s High Performance Centre

Published March 2, 2021
The High Performance department of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has invited 24 players to attend a month-long camp of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), starting from Tuesday. — Courtesy PCB
The High Performance department of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has invited 24 players to attend a month-long camp of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), starting from Tuesday. — Courtesy PCB

LAHORE: The High Performance department of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has invited 24 players to attend a month-long camp of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), starting from Tuesday (today).

“This month-long camp is for elite cricketers who are either not featuring in the HBL Pakistan Super League 6 or knocking at the doors of international cricket or recently lost their places in the national side,” a PCB press release states here on Monday.

The objectives of the camp is to help the elite cricketers in identifying, working and overcoming their technical flaws so that they can be back in contention for reclaiming their places in the national side, to keep the players, who are not participating in the HBL Pakistan Super League 6, connected and involved with the game so that they are ready and prepared for the April series in South Africa and Zimbabwe and to reward and encourage players who have impressed in the domestic circuit so that they can do better in the next season.

“National High Performance Centre’s world-class coaches, including Atiq-uz-Zaman, Mohammad Yousuf, Mohsin Kamal, Saqlain Mushtaq, Umar Rasheed, will work with these elite cricketers according to a robust programme.

The players invited for the camp are: Abdullah Shafique, Abid Ali, Ahmed Bashir, Asad Shafiq, Azhar Ali, Bismillah Khan, Fawad Alam, Hammad Azam, Haris Sohail, Hassan Khan, Imran Butt, Irfanullah Shah, Kamran Ghulam, Khurram Shahzad, Mohammad Abbas, Nauman Ali, Rehan Afridi, Sajid Khan, Salman Irshad, Saud Shakeel, Tabish Khan, Taj Wali, Umer Khan and Yasir Shah.

Published in Dawn, March 2nd, 2021

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