The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has included 26 men cricketers for the High-Performance Camp that intends at rendering recognition to the top performers of the 2020-21 domestic season and is a fabulous chance for the international players to work on their skills under the schooling of top coaches.
These twenty-six players, who are not a part of the HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL 6) will be meeting in Lahore on Thursday, 3rd June on the recommendation of the national chief selector to train in a competitive environment.
The camp will be endured for 38 days in which the players will be working on the mental, physical, technical, and tactical aspects of the game. They will be provided insight from the top-notch coaches for format-based training. The camp will be commanded by Saqlain Mushtaq, who is head of the international player development at NHPC.
Not only Mushtaq but the other two coaches, Mohammad Yusuf and Umar Rashid will be joining coherently along with the available coaching staff of the PCB. The players will gather at the NHPC on Thursday and the training will begin by Friday, 4th June. Notably, the forum is keen to invite the test players before their departure to West Indies.
PCB invites 26 players for High-Performance Camp
Here are the names of the players who have been invited to the camp:
Abdullah Shafique (Central Punjab), Ather Mehmood (Northern), Faisal Akram (Southern Punjab), Haris Sohail (Balochistan), Imran Butt (Balochistan), Irfanullah Shah (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Israrullah (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Kamran Ghulam (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mir Hamza (Sindh), Mohammad Abbas (Southern Punjab), Mohammad Taha (Sindh), Mubasir Khan (Northern), Mukhtar Ahmed (Southern Punjab), Saud Shakeel (Sindh), Taj Wali (Balochistan), Umer Khan (Southern Punjab), Usman Salahuddin (Central Punjab), Waqar Hussain (Southern Punjab), Yasir Shah (Balochistan) and Zia-ul-Haq (Southern Punjab), Munir Riaz (Northern), Nauman Ali (Northern), Omair Bin Yousaf (Sindh), Sahibzada Farhan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Sajid Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Salman Irshad (Northern).