Rising gamers excessive efficiency camp commences

LAHORE    –    The Rising Gamers Excessive Efficiency Camp for U19 cricketers began right here on the Nationwide Cricket Academy (NCA) on Monday.

Seventeen gamers, comprising these had been just lately toured Sri Lanka and South Africa, have been invited to the camp. On the opening day, the NCA coaches supplied the gamers a preview of the upcoming season, which additionally consists of the Asia Cup and the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup South Africa 2020 moreover different home occasions. Later, the gamers underwent medical screening, which included bio-mechanical evaluation and different assessments. The day capped off with health testing which included push-ups and sprinting.

The session additionally included a recap of the recently-concluded excursions of Sri Lanka and South Africa, the place Pakistan defeated the house sides 3-2 and 7-0, respectively within the 50-over matches sequence. The six-week lengthy camp has been divided into two phases to offer flexibility to the coaches so as to add extra gamers on the idea of their performances within the U19 Regional Academies presently working throughout the nation.

The next gamers are collaborating within the camp: Abbas Afridi (FATA); Akhtar Shah (Quetta); Amir Ali (Larkana); Basit Ali (Multan); Fahad Munir (Lahore); Haider Ali (Rawalpindi): Irfan Niazi (Faisalabad); Khayyam Khan (Abbottabad) Mohammad Amir (Peshawar); Mohammad Haris (Peshawar); Mohammad Wasim (FATA); Naseem Shah (Lahore); Niaz Khan (Peshawar); Qasim Akram (Lahore); Rohail Nazir (Islamabad): Saim Ayub (Karachi); Shiraz Khan (Rawalpindi).


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