LAHORE: The High Performance department of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will hold a month-long camp for elite cricketers who are either not featuring in the Pakistan Super League 6 or knocking at the doors of international cricket or recently lost their places in the national side.
The camp will commence here at the National High Performance from Tuesday (tomorrow) in which the High Performance coaches will work on various technical and physical aspects of the elite cricketers.
The objective of this camp is three-fold:
• 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 remain connected and involved with the game so that they are ready and prepared for the April series in South Africa and Zimbabwe
• 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.