Twenty-seven women cricketers are on their way to feature Pakistan on an international level as the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced a fitness and skill training emerging women’s camp for them.
The emerging skill and fitness training camp for these women are set to initiate by 3rd April at Moin Khan academy, Karachi. Being scheduled for two weeks, the purpose of this camp is to provide training to upcoming cricketers under the direct supervision of the head coach David Hemp, the bowling coach Arshad Khan, Dirkus Saaiman along a few of the academy’s coaches.
This emerging camp will grant women an opportunity to be evaluated and awarded of climax fitness levels, desired set of skills, etc. The event will accommodate under strict COVID rules and the players are supposed to stay in a local hotel with support staff.
Fitness and skill training emerging women’s camp to begin by 3rd April
As per the policies announced by PCB, the participants will undergo two COVID tests before the whole process initiates. The first test is scheduled before their arrival to Karachi in their hometowns. In case, it turns out to be negative, they will undergo the second test upon their arrival in Karachi.
Here are the names of the 27 players: (arranged alphabetically)
Aima Saleem Satti, Anoosha Nasir, Asma Amin, Arijah Haseeb, Ayesha Naseem, Bisma Amjad, Fajar Naveed, Fatima Khan, Fatima Zahra, Gul Rukh, Gul Uswa, Hamna Bilal, Hania Ahmar, Khushbakht Waseem, Laiba Fatima, Laraib Malik Aziz, Laveeza Munir, Momina Riasat Khan, Najiha Alvi, Nazish Rafique, Rida Aslam, Saima Malik, Shawal Zulfaqar, Syeda Aroob Shah, Syeda Inshra Asad, Yusra Amir, Zaib un Nisa