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PCB: U13 Skills Development Camp commences tomorrow

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A total of 46 players are set to take part in the U13 Skills Development Camp, which begins on Monday at the Inzamam-ul-Haq High Performance Center in Multan. The camp is set to run from 4 to 11 March.

The National Junior selection committee led by Sohail Tanvir has shortlisted players based on their performances in the recently concluded National U13 One-Day Tournament 2023-24. The players include 18 batters, 16 spinners, nine fast bowlers and three wicket-keepers.

The camp will focus on developing game awareness and skill development among the young players. Hafiz Sajjad Akbar will lead a 12-member support staff contingent. Former Test Cricketer, Aizaz Cheema will be the assistant coach while Saeed Bin Nasir will have the role of batting coach.

Former Pakistan women international Nahida Khan will perform the duty of assistant batting coach. Former Test fast bowler Shabbir Ahmed will serve as the fast bowling coach.

Head coach NCA, Shahid Anwar: “This U13 skills development camp is a vital step towards safeguarding the future of the young talent in the country. The idea is to work on basic skill enhancement and educate the players on their game sense while at the same time teaching them to play fearless cricket.”


Batters – Aish Malik, Azan Ali, Azan Haider, Faisal Qurban, Hassan Ahmed, Hassan Hayat, Hassan Mudasir, Luqman Khan, Mohammad Abuzar Abid, Mohammad Bilal, Mohammad Mubashir, Mohammad Mustafa, Mohammad Saad, Mohammad Sudais Alam, Mohsin Ali, Mursaleen Khan, Ubada Khan and Wassay Samar

Fast bowlers – Anas Imdad, Hamdan Faisal, Mohammad Bilal, Mohammad Hassan, Mohammad Moiz Khan, Mohammad Salman, Muhammad Khan, Muhammad Raza and Umair Amir

Spinners – Abdul Rehman, Ali Ahmad, Ali Sher, Amman Tasleem, Ayan Salman, Hammad Younas, Hashir Satti, Mohammad Ahmed, Mohammad Aqil, Mohammad Sajid, Mohammad Taimoor, Mohammad Uzair Ahmad, Mubeen Khan, Raniya Rehan, Sanaullah and Ziaullah

Wicket-keepers – Ali Raza Saif, Mohammad Abdullah and Mudassar


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