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    U-16 Pepsi - PCB Cricket Stars Tournament

    Media Release - 8 October 2010

    The first phase of Pepsi PCB Cricket Stars has come to an end. Trials for U-16 boys were held in 47 cities where more than 30,000 boys participated. It was a long process, however, with due diligence, the crème ala crème have been selected to represent their regional teams and play in the Pepsi PCB Cricket Star Tournament.

    The PCB Cricket Stars Tournament would commence simultaneously at Abbott bad, Islamabad and Karachi from October 18, 2010. Semi finals and final would be held at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore.

    11 regional and 1 FATA team would participate in the tournament. The Teams that have been selected after completing talent hunt activities at 47 various districts across the country under youth development program NCA, Youth Development Wing.

    Based on the performance of the players in the tournament the final 25 boys will be selected and they will be receiving advanced cricket coaching at the National Cricket Academy under elite NCA coaches.

    Pepsi and PCB Cricket Stars will surely help to develop a pipeline of cricketing talent for many years to come.




    U-16 Pepsi - PCB Cricket Stars Tournament

    Pool A
    Date Teams Venue Umpires Press Scorer
    18-Oct Islamabad- Rawalpindi National Ground Islamabad Hakeem Shah-Hummaira Farah Shoaib Akhtar
    Peshawar-Abbottabad Abbottabad Stadium Kaukab Butt-Samera Aftab Aamer Khan
    Lahore-FATA Shalimar Ground Islamabad Iqbal Butt-Afia Amin Umar Iqbal
    19-Oct Peshawar-FATA National Ground Islamabad Mir Dad-Hummaira Farah Fazle Azeem
    Rawalpindi-Abbottabad Shalimar Ground Islamabad Iqbal Butt-Afia Amin Syed Usman
    Lahore-Islamabad Marghazar Ground Islamabad Kaukab Butt-Samera Aftab Shoaib Akhtar

    20-Oct Rawalpindi-FATA Bhutto Ground Islamabad Saifullah Sr.-Shakila Rafiq Shakeel Ahmed
    Lahore-Peshawar Shalimar Ground Islamabad Zaheer Ahmed-Afia Amin Shoaib Akhtar
    Islamabad-Abbottabad Marghazar Ground Islamabad Hanif Muhammad-Kausar Shah Adnan Farooq

    22-Oct Abbottabad-Lahore Shalimar Ground Islamabad Saifullah Sr.-Kausar Shah Umer Iqbal
    Peshawar-Rawalpindi Bhutto Ground Islamabad Hanif Muhammad-Afia Amin Fazle Azeem
    FATA - Islamabad Marghazar Ground Islamabad Zaheer Ahmed-Shakila Rafiq Syed Usman

    23-Oct Rawalpindi-Lahore Marghazar Ground Islamabad Zaheer Ahmed-Shakila Rafiq Umer Iqbal
    Peshawar-Islamabad National Ground Islamabad Hanif Muhammad-Samera Aftab Fazle Azeem
    Abbottabad-FATA Shalimar Ground Islamabad Saifullah Sr.-Kausar Shah Syed Usman




    Pool B
    Date Teams Venue Umpires Press Scorer
    18-Oct Quetta-Sialkot NBP Stadium Karachi Shakeel Khan-Shamim Ansari Wasim Abbas
    Multan-Faisalabad UBL Sports Complex 'A' Karachi Saleem Badar-Junaid Ghafoor Tariq Noor
    Karachi-Hyderabad National Stadium Karachi Islam Khan-M. Rashid Khan Salman Siddiqui

    19-Oct Karachi-Faisalabad National Stadium Karachi K.Mahmood Sr.-M. Rashid Khan Salman Siddiqui
    Sialkot-Multan NBP Stadium Karachi Islam Khan-Shamim Ansari Ubaid Ahmed
    Quetta-Hyderabad UBL Sports Complex 'A' Karachi Riazuddin-Junaid Ghafoor Ziauddin
    20-Oct Hyderabad-Sialkot NBP Stadium Karachi M.Rashid Khan-Saleema Imtiaz Salman Hussain
    Karachi-Multan National Stadium Karachi Shamim Ansari-Nuzhat Sultana Shahnawaz Soomro
    Faisalabad-Quetta UBL Sports Complex 'A' Karachi Kamal Merchant-Junaid Ghafoor Wasim Abbas

    22-Oct Karachi-Sialkot UBL Sports Complex 'B' Karachi Aftab Gillani-Shamim Ansari Salman Siddiqui
    Multan-Quetta Baqai University Ground Karachi M.Rashid Khan-Saleema Imtiaz Shahnawaz Soomro
    Hyderabad-Faisalabad UBL Sports Complex 'A' Karachi Junaid Ghafoor-Nuzhat Sultana Tariq Noor

    23-Oct Faisalabad-Sialkot UBL Sports Complex 'B' Karachi Aftab Gillani-M.Rashid Khan Ziauddin
    Hyderabad-Multan Baqai University Ground Karachi Junaid Ghafoor-Nuzhat Sultana Salman Siddiqui
    Karachi-Quetta Landhi Gymkhana Ground Khi Shamim Ansari-Saleema Imtiaz Ubaid Ahmed




    SEMI FINALS
    26 oct Winner of Pool (A) Vs Runners up of Pool (B) Gaddafi Stadium Lahore Azhar Hussain
    27-Oct Winner of Pool (B) Vs Runners up of Pool (A) Gaddafi Stadium Lahore Masood Ahmed
    29-Oct FINAL Gaddafi Stadium Lahore Najam-us-Saeed


    The Umpires and Scorers for the Semi Finals and Final will announced later.

    Teams

    Abbottabad
    1. M. Hanif
    2. Asim Kamal
    3. Ehtesham Sultan
    4. Taimur Saeed
    5. Asfandyar Ali
    6. Khushdil Shah 7. Riazul Amin ( C )
    8. Mohammad Tariq
    9. M.Kamran
    10. Waqar Hamad
    11. M.Mustafa Malik
    12. Omer Nazir
    13. M Arslan Sajid ( VC )
    14. Syed Faris
    15. Faizan Ali


    Reserves:
    1. Sohaib Ahmed
    2. Hammad Yousuf
    3. Mudassir Riaz
    4. Zia Ullah
    5. M.Zubair


    Officials:
    Lal Mohammad (Manager)
    Sakib Fakir (Coach)


    Peshawar
    1. Imran Javed
    2. Muhammad Shoaib
    3. Sheraz Safi ( VC )
    4. Salman Yousaf
    5. Muhammad Zawan
    6. Nazir Ullah
    7. M. Ali Khan
    8. Khalid Kail ( C )
    9. Amir Ullah
    10. Bilal Shah
    11. Muhammad Saqib
    12. Mati Ullah
    13. Nasir Khan
    14. Umar Farooq
    15. Haris Khan
    Reserves:
    1. Shayan Khan
    2. Waqas Ahmed
    3. Majid Khan
    4. Shahzad Haider
    5. M Kashif Ahmed


    Officials:
    Aftab Khan (Manager)
    Shahid Javed (Coach)


    FATA
    1. Basit Ali
    2. Nisar Afridi ( C )
    3. Omer Farooq
    4. Sartaj Aziz
    5. Adnan Afridi
    6. Zubair Ahmad
    7. Hamid Ali
    8. Zakirullah
    9. Kifiatullah ( VC )
    10. Amanullah
    11. M. Osman
    12. Asif Zain
    13. Razaullah
    14. Sabirullah
    15. Shafqatullah
    Reserves:
    1. Nasir Orakzai
    2. Meskin Shah
    3. Sandal Afridi
    4. Burhan Yousaf
    5. Inzimam-ul-Haq


    Officials:
    Azizullah (Manager)
    Maqsood (Coach)


    Multan
    1. Naveed Tariq
    2. Noman Mubarak
    3. Faisal Zaman
    4. Roman Sarwar ( VC )
    5. Mohammad Yasir
    6. Noman Afzal
    7. Ahmar Ashfaq
    8. Mohammad Anis ( C )
    9. Mohammad Farhan
    10. Mohammad Imran
    11. Mohammad Kamran
    12. Zeeshan Aslam
    13. Imtiaz Baloch
    14. Majid Ali
    15. Ali Shan Sabir


    Reserves:
    1. Usman Ali
    2. Ahmad Sultan
    3. Saqibul Hasan
    4. Mansar Hussain
    5. M Salman Khilji


    Officials:
    S Altaf Shah(Manager)
    Sajjad Abbasi (Coach)


    Karachi
    1. Agha Mustafa Khan Durrani
    2. Shayan Jahangir
    3. Jawad Alam
    4. Ghulam Mudassar Khan
    5. M Shazeb Khan
    6. Tabraiz Dyer
    7. Danish Aziz
    8. Imran Dad Khan
    9. Jahid Shaukat Ali ( C )
    10. S Faazullah
    11. Shees Rafique
    12. Jam M. Saifullah
    13. Muhammad Afzal ( VC )
    14. Muhammad Salman
    15. Bilal Manzoor


    Reserves:
    1. Ramiz Shahid
    2. Saifullah Khan Bangash
    3. S M Widwanullah
    4. Sheraz Hussain
    5. Kashif Iqbal


    Officials:
    Azam Khan ( Manager)
    Asim Rizvi (Coach)


    Rawalpindi
    1. Haseeb Afzal (VC )
    2. Mir Wais
    3. Nisar Qureshi
    4. Ahsen Iftikhar
    5. Waqas Ahmad
    6. Awais Iqbal
    7. Aftab Rafiq
    8. Arslan Mehmood
    9. Aqib Shah ( C )
    10. Jaffer Khan
    11. Naqi Raza
    12. Humza Sultan
    13. Mohammad Faisal
    14. Hafeez-ur-Rehman
    15. Usman Ghani
    Reserves:
    1. Aqib Yasin
    2. Mohammad Farhan
    3. Haider Ali
    4. Rehan Arif
    5. Mohammad Touseef
    Officials:
    Zahoor Ahmed (Manager)
    Javed Hayat (Coach)


    Faisalabad
    1. Adeel Aftab
    2. Atiq Ur Rehman
    3. Burhan Ahmed
    4. Ghulam Nadir
    5. Muhammad Zain ( C )
    6. Aietezaz Khokar ( VC )
    7. Bilal Jamshad Butt
    8. Abib Rehman
    9. Shahbal
    10. Raja Shaharyar
    11. Mudassar Riaz
    12. Qasim Ali
    13. Muhammad Danial
    14. M. Nasrullah
    15. M.Shahraiz Khan


    Reserves
    1. M.Miqdad Ahsan
    2. Awais Ali
    3. Mahroz Ali
    Officials:
    Farooq Chohan (Manager)
    Mohammad Ashraf (Coach)


    Sialkot
    1. Waqas Ali
    2. Ahmed Khan
    3. Daniyal Ashraf
    4. Mohd Qasim Raza ( VC )
    5. Dilshad Ahmed Kanwal
    6. Mohammad Zubair
    7. Usman Malik ( C )
    8. Syed Zain Shah
    9. Mohammad Adnan
    10. Mohammad Atiq
    11. Nabil Nawaz
    12. Zunair Jamil
    13. Mohammad Saqlain
    14. Mohammad Zahid
    15. Arham Butt


    Reserves
    1. Umer Javed
    2. Sajid Rafiq
    3. Usman Ali


    Officials:
    Shahid Rafiq (Manager)
    Tahir Mahmood (Coach)


    Lahore
    1. Zafar Gohar ( C )
    2. Asif Ali
    3. Waleed Mobeen
    4. Asif Mahmood
    5. M Arsalan Ahmed
    6. Asad Ryan
    7. Adil Malik
    8. S Ali Mustafa
    9. Ahmad Bashir
    10. Ramiz Younus ( VC )
    11. Ahsan Fayyaz Ali
    12. Ameer Hamza
    13. Sadiq Khan
    14. M Kamran Afzal
    15. Mohammad Kalim


    Reserves
    1. M Zahid
    2. Hasan Ilyas
    3. Saad Manzoor
    4. Agha Shaharyar
    5. Ammar Rafique


    Officials:
    Mahboob Alam (Manager)
    Kamran Khan (Coach)


    Quetta
    1. Asim Nazir
    2. Khalil Ahmad
    3. Fahad
    4. Yaser Ali
    5. Mohammad Imran
    6. Dawood Khan
    7. Shakir Hussain
    8. Faisal Wali ( VC )
    9. Amir Majeed
    10. Ibraheem
    11. Altaf Ahmad
    12. Saeed Ahmad
    13. Sharaf-Ud-Din ( C )
    14. Zeshan Ahmad
    15. Ghulam Mohammad


    Reserves:
    1. Niamat
    2. Mohammad Junaid
    3. Meraq Naeem
    4. Hazrat Ali


    Officials:
    Abdul Basit (Manager)
    Aqil Baloch (Coach)


    Hyderabad
    1. Darya Khan ( C )
    2. Arif Ali Shah
    3. Danyal Rajput
    4. Wali Muhammmad
    5. Ubaid Ullah Khan
    6. Muhammad Osama
    7. Hamesh Kumar
    8. Danish Aslam
    9. Waqas Khanzada
    10. Sheran Malik
    11. Fahad Sirindi ( VC )
    12. Bharam Khan
    13. Abdul Sami
    14. Kashif Ali
    15. Muhammad Irfan


    Reserves:
    1. Sardar Ali
    2. M.Arif Ali
    3. Iqrar Ali


    Officials:
    Shakeel Ahmed Qureshi ( Manager)
    Amir Iqbal (Coach)


    Islamabad
    1. Khurum Farhad
    2. Mir Abdur Rehman
    3. Hassan Raza Khan
    4. Bilal Hanif
    5. Nabeel Mehmood
    6. Omer Kiani
    7. Muhammad Naqash
    8. Muhammad Umair
    9. Syed Nasir Shah
    10. Sohaib Khan ( C )
    11. Dilawar Shah
    12. Sheheryar ( VC )
    13. Nauman Ali
    14. Wasim Afsar
    15. Hazrat Bilal


    Reserves:
    1. Shahzaib Arif
    2. Muhammad Yaseen
    3. Naeem Shehzad
    4. Sajid Mehmood
    5. Shahzaib Arif


    Officials:
    Shabbir Ahmed (Manager)
    A Rauf Mirza (Coach)


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    Good to see this going ahead, maybe we can find some talented batsmen as well as bowlers, good scheme though.

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    I wonder who we are going to discover this time.


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    Great initiative from Pepsi and PCB. Hopefully, we can find some future stars.

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    that's one thing I must admire PCB have done great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maula Jutt View Post
    I wonder who we are going to discover this time.
    may be both Wasim & Waqar

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamranaazam View Post
    may be both wasim & waqar :d


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    How about a tendulkar lol a good batsmen would be really nice, something we're not too used to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maula Jutt View Post
    I am sure we will be able to find good talent in bowling.I am not too sure about batting.

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    If we can find an Aamer and an younis khan among these 30000 players I will be more than happy


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    FATA
    1. Basit Ali
    2. Nisar Afridi ( C )
    3. Omer Farooq
    4. Sartaj Aziz
    5. Adnan Afridi
    6. Zubair Ahmad
    7. Hamid Ali
    8. Zakirullah
    9. Kifiatullah ( VC )
    10. Amanullah
    11. M. Osman
    12. Asif Zain
    13. Razaullah
    14. Sabirullah
    15. Shafqatullah
    Reserves:
    1. Nasir Orakzai
    2. Meskin Shah
    3. Sandal Afridi
    4. Burhan Yousaf
    5. Inzimam-ul-Haq


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    Quote Originally Posted by anakwalajinn View Post
    FATA
    1. Basit Ali
    2. Nisar Afridi ( C )
    3. Omer Farooq
    4. Sartaj Aziz
    5. Adnan Afridi
    6. Zubair Ahmad
    7. Hamid Ali
    8. Zakirullah
    9. Kifiatullah ( VC )
    10. Amanullah
    11. M. Osman
    12. Asif Zain
    13. Razaullah
    14. Sabirullah
    15. Shafqatullah
    Reserves:
    1. Nasir Orakzai
    2. Meskin Shah
    3. Sandal Afridi
    4. Burhan Yousaf
    5. Inzimam-ul-Haq
    Forget that.

    'Sandal Afridi' What a gem!

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    Do these lads know that being a good player isnt going to get them in the team

    They should find a PCB official and marry his daughter, that will guarantee them a spot for the next 15-20 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by anakwalajinn View Post
    FATA
    1. Basit Ali
    2. Nisar Afridi ( C )
    3. Omer Farooq
    4. Sartaj Aziz
    5. Adnan Afridi
    6. Zubair Ahmad
    7. Hamid Ali
    8. Zakirullah
    9. Kifiatullah ( VC )
    10. Amanullah
    11. M. Osman
    12. Asif Zain
    13. Razaullah
    14. Sabirullah
    15. Shafqatullah
    Reserves:
    1. Nasir Orakzai
    2. Meskin Shah
    3. Sandal Afridi
    4. Burhan Yousaf
    5. Inzimam-ul-Haq

    Basit Ali makes a reappearance too. And apparently, Amanullah now wants to break into cricket?


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    Pepsi is doing great job for Pakistan cricket.


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    his little brother is playing for Karachi U-16 lets see !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnysheikh420 View Post
    his little brother is playing for Karachi U-16 lets see !!
    Jawad Alam?

    Let's hope he has the luck, that his brother doesn't possess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ataullah View Post


    Karachi
    1. Agha Mustafa Khan Durrani
    2. Shayan Jahangir
    3. Jawad Alam
    4. Ghulam Mudassar Khan
    5. M Shazeb Khan
    6. Tabraiz Dyer
    7. Danish Aziz
    8. Imran Dad Khan
    9. Jahid Shaukat Ali ( C )
    10. S Faazullah
    11. Shees Rafique
    12. Jam M. Saifullah
    13. Muhammad Afzal ( VC )
    14. Muhammad Salman
    15. Bilal Manzoor



    ??


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    good stuff by pepsi and pcb looking forward to it.....good luck boys

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    I think one of my friends is playing for this, lahore, am not sure though. His name is similar to the Sadiq Khan guy.


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    Whatever, Pakistan will always produce decent talent but, not to flog a dead horse, it would be better if the PCB invested in getting a good structure first including grooming the players both technically and mentally. These types of camps will probably just produce the next lot of Akmals.

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    Asim Kamal is also there
    So we are only missing


    Pakistan Zindabad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geordie Ahmed View Post
    Do these lads know that being a good player isnt going to get them in the team

    They should find a PCB official and marry his daughter, that will guarantee them a spot for the next 15-20 years
    sad but true.

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    anyone thinking to attend any of these matches .... !!! i will be attending abbottabad & rawalpindi matches .... if u guys want some pictures... i would love to share


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    I am interested. Plz let us know about any exceptional talents.

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    hey doest any one know what happened to Gujranwalas team they had about 2300 ppl for trials and i heard that the wicket keeper was the best in pakistan, i think his name was umer fareed..?

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    Oh great hopefully we discover some gems out of this

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    Quote Originally Posted by anakwalajinn View Post
    FATA

    8. Zakirullah
    9. Kifiatullah ( VC )
    10. Amanullah

    13. Razaullah
    14. Sabirullah
    15. Shafqatullah
    [/B]
    How many ullah's are there?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    How many ullah's are there?!
    lol to many to count


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    does anybody know what cities they went too?


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    that's good yaar ...

    pick some teen talents and trained them in NCA & mould them in a better cricketers ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by mastermind_quad View Post
    that's good yaar ...

    pick some teen talents and trained them in NCA & mould them in a better cricketers ...
    That's the plan. They'll pick the best 25 boys after this tournament and enroll them in NCA in Lahore where they'll get full training from the elite coaches.


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    Its the Bengali influence with these ullah`s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maula Jutt View Post
    That's the plan. They'll pick the best 25 boys after this tournament and enroll them in NCA in Lahore where they'll get full training from the elite coaches.
    oh! ho....I spotted correctly.....

    btw ..very very good thing to happen for Pak cricket & cricket as a whole and it is sponsored that will help the cause ....



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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    How many ullah's are there?!
    All trying to imitate THE ullah from Pakistan - Samiullah, the flying horse.


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    Seriously. Why is no one reacting that there is another INZAMAM UL HAQ there? :p
    Do you think he is named after the legend?

    Get him in the team already


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    Glad to see this going ahead

    Lets hope we discover some gems


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    Quote Originally Posted by mastermind_quad View Post
    oh! ho....I spotted correctly.....

    btw ..very very good thing to happen for Pak cricket & cricket as a whole and it is sponsored that will help the cause ....
    Yup, definitely.


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    Karachi, Quetta win in U16 cricket tourney

    KARACHI: Karachi recorded an impressive 157-run victory over Multan in the PCB Pepsi Stars U16 Cricket tournament at the National Stadium here on Thursday.

    Batting first, Karachi posted a total of 307 for 7 in fifty overs, through fine centuries by opening pair of Afzal (112) and Jahid (104).

    They put on 182 for the first wicket partnership. Muhammad Anis claimed 4 wickets.

    Set a target of 308, Multan bowled out for 150. Bilal Manzoor chipped in with three wickets.
    In the other match played at the UBL Sports Complex Quetta defeated Faisalabad by 69 runs in a low scoring match.

    Quetta were all out for 143 runs in 40.5 overs, while batting first. Zeeshan Ahmed (33) and Sharf uddin (32) were the only notable scorers. Qasim Ali clinched five-for.

    Faisalabad were bundled out for 74 runs in 30.3 overs. Asim Nazir grabbed four wickets.

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    Karachi records 4th win in U-16 cricket
    Karachi—Karachi maintained their winning run in PCB-Pepsi Cricket Stars Under16 Cricket Tournament by thrashing Sialkot by 88 runs at National Stadium here on Friday.

    Captain Jaahid Ali scored a fine 62 off 71 balls with five boundaries to play the main part in his team’s win.

    In the other match at UBL Sports Complex Ground, Faisalabad defeated Hyderabad by 101 runs.

    Summarised scores: Karachi bt Sialkot by 88 runs. Karachi 248-8 in 50 overs (Jaahid Ali 63, Jawwad Alam 38 not out. M.Afzal 39, Shayan Jahangir 35, Arwam Butt 3-33, Dilshad Ahmed 2-47) Sialkot 160 all out in 42.5 overs (Waqas Ali 40, Usman Malik 38,Fraz Lillam 3-36, Imran Dad Khan 3-40, Bilal Manzoor 2-40). Faisalabad bt Hyderabad by 101 runs.

    Faisalabad 232 all out in 50 overs (M.Zain 54, Adeel Afzal 47, Burhan Ahmed 46, Atiq-ur-Rehman 40, Fawad Sarhandi 4-31) Hyderabad 131 all out in 42.2 overs (Arif Ali Shah 29, Hamesh Kumar 26, Shamraiz Khan 3- 34).—APP

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    Jahid, the karachi opener having a great tourny. Batting talent may come from Karachi.

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    KARACHI: Karachi overwhelmed Faisalabad by 101 runs in their match of the PCB-Pepsi Cricket Stars Under-16 One-day tournament at the National Stadium here on Tuesday.
    Betting first, Karachi were all out for 179 runs in 48.1 overs. M. Afzal top scored with 55 runs and Jaahid Ali made 29 runs. Raja Shehryar chipped in with four for 29.
    Set a target of 180, Faisalabad bundled out for 78 in 29.2 overs. Danish Aziz (3-15) and Bilal Manzoor (2-6).
    Here at the NBP Sports Complex, Sialkot defeated Multan by four wickets. Multan posted 154 for 9 in 50 overs. Faisal Zaman scored 59. In reply, Sialkot chased down the target with four wickets in hand and six overs to spare. Waqas Ali scored 51 for the winners. Faisal Zaman rounded off a fine all-round performance and claimed four wickets.
    In the other match at the UBL Sports Complex, Hyderabad won against Quetta by seven wickets.

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    KARACHI: Karachi defeated Hyderabad by 128 runs in their match of the PCB-Pepsi Cricket Stars Under-16 One-day tournament held here at the National Stadium on Monday.

    Karachi posted 289-7 in the stipulated 50 overs. Jaahid Ali top-scored with 97. Kashif Ali grabbed 2-24. In reply, Hyderabad were all out for 161 in 40.1 overs. Imran Dad Khan, Mohammad Salman and Danish Aziz shared two wickets each.Here at the UBL Sports Complex, Faisalabad overwhelmed Multan by seven wickets. Multan were bundled out for 92 in 38.1 overs. Qasim Ali picked 4-16 while Raja Shaharyar clinched 3-21. In reply, Faisalabad raced to the target in the 26th over after losing only three wickets. Atiq-ur-Rehman hit 45In an other tie held at the National Ground in Islamabad, Rawalpindi defeated Islamabad by 132 runs.Rawalpindi posted 250 with Mir Waiz scoring 74. Syed Dilawar Shah clinched 4-42. In reply, Islamabad were perished for 118. Hamza Sultan picked 3-19.At the Abbottabad Stadium, Peshawar defeated Abbottabad by seven runs.Peshawar scored 158. Asim Kamal took 4-35. In reply, Abbottabad were all out for 151 in 34.1 overs. Mohammad Saqib took 4-31 while Haris Khan clinched 3-40.At the Shalimar Ground in the federal capital Lahore defeated FATA by 126 runs. Lahore staged 195-9 in 50 overs. Zakirullah and Nisar Afridi shared three wickets each. FATA, in reply, were all out for 69 in 24 overs. Kamran Afzal took 5-8.Here at the NBP Stadium, Sialkot beat Quetta by four wickets. Sialkot chased down a 191-run target in the 47th over after losing six batters. Nabeel Nawaz hit 71. Earlier, Faisal Wali scored 42 in Quetta’s innings. Danyal Arshad claimed 4-29 for Sialkot.

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    Are Karachi playing u16 boys or u21s? They seem to trash every team.

    Hope it doesn't mean that no real bowling talent is coming through?

    But the good thing might be that we might see som good young batsmen from Karachi


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    Wow what a start for Karachi.


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    Jawad Alam??
    's lil brother?


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    Abbottabad
    2. Asim Kamal

    FATA
    1. Basit Ali- (again??)
    5. Adnan Afridi
    5. Inzimam-ul-Haq- ( WOW!)

    Karachi
    3. Jawad Alam- (Fawad Alam anyone?)
    5. M Shazeb Khan- (Another Shahzaib from Karachi?)
    8. Imran Dad Khan- (Future kaptaan I hope)

    Rawalpindi
    1. M Zahid - (in the form of opener?)
    Kamran Khan (Coach) (wow!)


    Hyderabad
    1. Darya Khan ( C )- (Nice name)
    15. Muhammad Irfan- (HAIN AIK AUR? hehe)
    Amir Iqbal (Coach)- (boxer is now a cricket coach?)


    Islamabad
    3. Hassan Raza Khan- hahahah
    Reserves:
    1. Shahzaib Arif
    4. Sajid Mehmood- (Told u he was aspiring to play for Pakistan)
    5. Shahzaib Arif
    (how many Shahzaib Arifs?)

    Officials:
    Shabbir Ahmed (Manager)
    A Rauf Mirza (Coach)- (If THAT Abdur Rauf is coaching..then its TATA for ISB )


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    Quetta beat peshawar in 1st semi. Karachi to play abbotabad tomorrow.

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    Quetta defeated Peshawar by 7 wickets in the 1st semi final of The U-16 Pepsi – PCB Cricket Stars Tournament played at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore today. The Second Semi Final is due to be held tomorrow also at the Gaddafi stadium between Karachi U-16 and Abbottabad U-16.

    The first phase of Pepsi PCB Cricket Stars came to an end earlier this month. Trials for U-16 boys were held in 47 cities where more than 30,000 boys participated. It was a long process, however, with due diligence, the crème ala crème were selected to represent their regional teams and play in the Pepsi PCB Cricket Star Tournament.

    The PCB Cricket Stars Tournament commenced simultaneously in Abbott bad, Islamabad and Karachi. 11 regional and 1 FATA team participated in the tournament. Based on the performance of the players in the tournament the final 25 boys will be selected and they will be receiving advanced cricket coaching at the National Cricket Academy under elite NCA coaches.

    Match Summary
    U-16 Pepsi – PCB Cricket Stars Tournament



    PESHAWAR U-16 vs. QUETTA U-16


    Quetta U-16 won the toss & elected to Bowl

    Played at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore

    Date: October 26, 2010

    Result: – Quetta U-16 won by 7 wickets

    **** Peshawar (U-16) 91/10 in 28.5 overs: – (Sheraz Safi 20, 37 balls, 2×4, Khalid Kail 17, 32 Balls, 2×4, Sharf-ud-Din 4/18, Ghullam Mohammad 3/4, Faisal Wali 2/29)

    ****Quetta (U-16) 93/3 in 23.4 overs: – (Faisal Wali 36*, 56 balls, 7×4, Saeed Ahmed 25, 52 balls, 2×4, Bilal Shah 2/23)

    Match Official:
    Umpires: Ahmed Shahab & Shakeela Rafiq

    Official Scorer: Azhar Hussain

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    Thanks for the update, ataullah.

    It's great news that a team from Quetta has reached the final. Now if Abbottabad beats Karachi and reaches the final too, that would be a real achievement for these two cities which unfortunately dont have much representation in our national team. It might prompt PCB to focus on these regions more.


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    Abbotabad beat Karachi in semifinal on runrate as match was tied. They play Quetta in final.

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    U-16 Pepsi-PCB Cricket Stars Tournament Print E-mail
    Thursday, 28 October 2010
    LAHORE, Oct 27 (APP): Abbottabad defeated Karachi on account of superior run rate after the match ended in a tie in the 2nd semi final of The U-16 Pepsi - PCB Cricket Stars Tournament played here on Wednesday at Gaddafi Stadium.
    The final will be played between Quetta U-16 and Abbottabad U-16 on October 29.The winner of the final will be awarded 200,000 while runner up will get Rs 100,000 money.
    Karachi U-16 won the toss & elected to Bowl Match Summary: -
    Abbottabad (U-16) 196/10 in 48 overs: - (Khushdil Shah 43, 41 balls, 2x4, 4x6, Mohammad Arsalan 42, 52 balls, 6x4, Mohammad Tariq 40, 105 balls, 4x4, Mohammad Hanif 35, 37 balls, 6x4, Mohammad Salman 3/27, Faaz Ullah 3/30).
    Karachi (U-16) 196/9 in 50 overs: - (Danish Aziz 46, 92 balls, 3x4, Shahzaib Khan 40, 27 balls, 6x4, Jawad Alam 36, 67 balls, 3x4, Agha Mustafa Durrani 25, 41 balls, 3x4, Mohammad Karim 3/39, Riaz-ul-Amin 2/45).
    Umpires, Javed Ashraf-Kausar Shah, scorers, Najamus Saeed.
    The PCB Cricket Stars Tournament commenced simultaneously in Abbott bad, Islamabad and Karachi.As many as 11 regional and 1 FATA team participated in it. Based on the performance of the players in the tournament the final 25 boys will be selected to receive advanced cricket coaching at the National Cricket Academy under elite NCA coaches.


    http://app.com.pk/en_/index.php?opti...20387&Itemid=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by maula jutt View Post
    thanks for the update, ataullah.

    It's great news that a team from quetta has reached the final. Now if abbottabad beats karachi and reaches the final too, that would be a real achievement for these two cities which unfortunately dont have much representation in our national team. It might prompt pcb to focus on these regions more.
    Quote Originally Posted by ataullah View Post
    abbotabad beat karachi in semifinal on runrate as match was tied. They play quetta in final.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Maula Jutt View Post
    khushdil shah is one to watch out for for abbottobad. 4 sixes in his inning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ataullah View Post
    khushdil shah is one to watch out for for abbottobad. 4 sixes in his inning.
    Dil khush kar dia Khushdil ne.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maula Jutt View Post
    Dil khush kar dia Khushdil ne.
    aahaa..

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    You could get the score cards of this years tornament from the site, pcb.com.pk

    http://www.pcb.com.pk/domestic.php?a...urnament_id=10


    December 23, 2011

    Pool A
    AT BHUTTO CRICKET GROUND, ISLAMABAD
    Abbottabad U-16 – 258 in 44.3 overs: (Muhammad Hanif 46, 67 balls, 7x4s, Ayub 44, 31 balls, 5x4s, Muhammad Tariq 40, 66 balls, 4x4s, Khalid Kail 35, 34 balls, 6x4s, Muhammad Ahmed 3-13, Abu Bakar 3-14, Zia Muhammad 2-40) v Lahore U-16 – 67 in 34.5 overs: (Hamza Malik 16, 48 balls, 3x4s, Faizan Ali 3-19)

    Result: Abbottabad U-16 won by 191 runs
    Toss: Lahore U-16
    Umpires: Sultan Mehmood & Abdul Karim
    Official Scorer: Adnan Farooq



    AT MARGHZAR CRICKET GROUND, ISLAMABAD
    Rawalpindi U-16 – 233-6 in 45 overs: (Waqas Ahmed 76, 80 balls, 11x4s, Mir Waiz 45, 58 balls, 2x4s, Aaqib Shah 45, 61 balls, 4x4s, Gulzar Khan 3-50) v Peshawar U-16 – 114 in 40.2 overs: (Amir Ullah 24, 53 balls, 3x4s, Muhammad Zawan 22, 28 balls, 3x4s, Ali Raza 2-27, Naqi Raza 2-22)

    Result: Rawalpindi U-16 by 114 runs
    Toss: Rawalpindi U-16
    Umpires: Jamshaid Iqbal & Abdul Wasay
    Official Scorer: Shoaib Akhtar



    AT NATIONAL CRICKET GROUND, ISLAMABAD
    Islamabad U-16 – 225-8 in 45 overs: (Raja Sharaiz Ali 72, 51 balls, 8x4s, Muhammad Fahad 55, 81 balls, 6x4s, Dilawar Shah 21, 23 balls, 2x4s, Muhammad Ashfaq 20, 54 balls, Saiawal Riaz 20, 22 balls, 1x4, Bilal Ahmed 4-30, Adnan Afridi 2-41) v FATA U-16 – 120 in 21.5 overs: (Bilal Ahmed 39, 42 balls, 7x4s, 1x6, Dilawar Shah 4-33, Zeeshan Amjad 3-38, Habib-ur-Rehman 2-17)

    Result: Islamabad U-16 won by 161 runs
    Toss: FATA U-16
    Umpires: Ahmed Tariq & Rasheed Memon
    Official Scorer: Umer Iqbal



    Pool B
    AT LCCA CRICKET GROUND, LAHORE
    Sialkot U-16 – 205 in 42.2 overs: (Ahsan Bhatti 64, 58 balls, 10x4s, Rehmat Ali 41, 50 balls, 5x4s, Muhammad Zahid 27*, 45 balls, 1x4, Saood Shakeel 3-39, Sharaiz Hussain 2-28) v–Karachi U-16 – 169 in 34.2 overs: (Rabish Ahmed 42, 73 balls, 4x4s, Arsalan Bashir 28, 26 balls, 3x4s, 1x6, Muhammad Yaqoob 23, 30 balls, 1x4, Muhammad Zahid 3-37Irfan Elahi 3-26, Ahsan Bhatti 2-39)

    Result: Sialkot U-16 won by 36 runs
    Toss: Karachi U-16
    Umpires: Sohail Manzoor & Waleed Yaqoob
    Official Scorer: Waqar Ahmed



    AT ITTEFAQ CRICKET GROUND, LAHORE
    Quetta U-16 – 137 in 38 overs: (Kaleem Ullah 46, 102, 4x4s, Jamal Khan 31, 46 balls, 3x4s, Mukhtar Ahmed 22, 14 balls, 5x4s, Hasan Mushtaq 4-22, Junaid Zawar 4-24) v Multan U-16 – 139-5 in 43 overs: (Usman Ali 50*, 108 balls, 2x4s, Farhan Sarfraz 33, 75 balls, 4x4s, )

    Result: Multan U-16 won by 5 wickets
    Toss: Quetta U-16
    Umpires: Wasim-ud-Din & Farooq Ali Khan
    Official Scorer: Masood Ahmed



    AT MODEL TOWN GREENS CRICKET GROUND, LAHORE
    Hyderabad U-16 – 162 in 42.2 overs: (Daniyal Rajput 44, 61 balls, 3x4s, Hamesh Kumar 24, 42 balls, 3x4s, Raheel Meo 23, 46 balls, 4x4s, Sharaiz Khan 4-31, Ahmed Safi 3-26, Muhammad Usman 3-26) v Faisalabad U-16 – 166-8 in 41.2 overs: (Muhammad Asim 51, 68 balls, 8x4s, Ashair Manzoor 50, 55 balls, 7x4s, Sultan Afzal 20, 42 balls, 2x4, Ubaid Ullah 3-43, Abdul Samad 2-31)

    Result: Faisalabad U-16 won by 2 wickets
    Toss: Faisalabad U-16
    Umpires: Sagheer Ahmed & Sohail Zaman
    Official Scorer: Azhar Hussain

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    December 24, 2011

    POOL A
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    Lahore U-16 – 97 in 37.3 overs: (Asad Rayan 27, 55 balls, 4x4s, Ali Malik 20, 40 balls, 4x4s, Hamza Malik 19, 36 balls, 2x4s, Aaqib Shah 3-14, Shadab Khan 3-13, Muhammad Farhan 2-15, Naqi Raza 2-10) v Rawalpindi U-16 – 100-2 in 25.4 overs: (Mir Waiz 44, 58 balls, 7x4s, Waqas Ahmed 32, 30 balls, 5x4s, )

    Result: Rawalpindi U-16 won by 8 wickets
    Toss: Lahore U-16
    Umpires: Rasheed Memon & Aamir Sharif
    Official Scorer: Shakeel Ahmed



    AT MARGHZAR CRICKET GROUND, ISLAMABAD
    Peshawar U-16 – 212-7 in 45 overs: (Muhammad Zawan 60, 66 balls, 7x4s, 1x6, Syed Mohsin 31, 60 balls, 4x4s, Salman Yousaf 30, 55 balls, Amir Ullah 25, 24 balls, 3x4s, Atif Ayub 2-61, Naeem Shahzad 2-19) v Islamabad U-16 – 152 in 33.3 overs: (Muhammad Fahad 42, 63 balls, 5x4s, Sheraz Ali 48 balls, 4x4s, Salman Shah 4-36, Haroon Rasheed 3-41)

    Result: Peshawar U-16 won by 60 runs
    Toss: Peshawar U-16
    Umpires: Jamshaid Iqbal & Ghulam Sarwar
    Official Scorer: Adnan Farooq



    AT NATIONAL CRICKET GROUND, ISLAMABAD
    Abbottabad U-16 – 199-5 in overs: (Khalid Kail 65*, 80 balls, 7x4s, 1x6, Mustafa Hanif 59, 56 balls, 7x4s, 1x6, Jalal-ud-Din 2-18) v FATA U-16 – 71 in 29 overs: (Rafi Ullah 20, 70 balls, 2x4s, Sultan Mehmood 3-8, Khalid Kail 2-9, Muhammad Ibrahim 2-9, Faizan Ali 2-25)

    Result: Abbottabad U-16 won by 127 runs
    Toss: Abbottabad U-16
    Umpires: Saleem Butt & Bilal Qureshi
    Official Scorer: Shoaib Akhtar



    POOL B
    AT LCCA CRICKET GROUND, LAHORE
    Sialkot U-16 – 231 in 45 overs: (Umer Javed 46, 86 balls, 4x4s, Muhammad Zahid 35, 24 balls, 2x4s, Abdul Rehman 34, 39 balls, 4x4s, Akram Butt 28*, 21 balls, 2x4s, 1x6, Muhammad Usman 4-45, Shabih-ul-Hasan 3-53) v– Faisalabad U-16 – 140 in 37.5 overs: (Ashar Manzoor 63, 69 balls, 7x4s, 1x6, Atiq-ur-Rehman 21, 43 balls, 3x4s, Sharaiz Khan 19, 58 balls, Irfan Elahi 3-21, Waqas Ilyas 3-22, Rehmat Ali 2-4)

    Result: Sialkot U-16 won by 91 runs
    Toss: Sialkot U-16
    Umpires: Sohail Manzoor & Tasadduq Jamal
    Official Scorer: Syed Najam-us-Saeed



    AT ITTEFAQ CRICKET GROUND, LAHORE
    Hyderabad U-16 – 164 in 44 overs: (Hamesh Kumar 40, 40 balls, 7x4s, Raheel Meo 30, 38 balls, 3x4s, Wali Muhammad 21, 31 balls, 1x4, Daniyal Rajput 19, 39 balls, 1x4, Saqib-ul-Hasan 3-27, Imran Rafiq 2-22, Junaid Zawar 2-42, Muhammad Awais 2-1) v Multan U-16 – 147 in 42.2 overs: (Farhan Sarfraz 65, 98 balls, 5x4s, Ameer Hamza 26, 29 balls, 2x4s, 1x6Wali Muhammad 3-23, Ubaid Ullah Khan 2-35)

    Result: Hyderabad U-16won by 17 runs
    Toss: Hyderabad U-16
    Umpires: Adnan Rasheed & Anayatullah
    Official Scorer: Abdul Hameed



    AT MODEL TOWN GREENS CRICKET GROUND, LAHORE
    Karachi U-16 – 168-9 in 45 overs: (Danish Aziz 54, 72 balls, 7x4s, Saood Shakeel 45*, 64 balls, 4x4, 1x6, Tabish Raza 41, 84 balls, 2x4s, Mukhtar Ahmed 4-29, Sagheer Ahmed 2-27, Imran Khan 2-31) v Quetta U-16 – 169-8 in 41 overs: (Daud Khan 43, 76 balls, 3x4s, 1x6, Zain Ullah 39, 29 balls, 1x4, 2x6s, Sagheer Ahmed 32, 53 balls, 1x4, Widwan Ullah 3-34, Ghulam Mudassar 2-24, Tabraiz Dyer 2-34)

    Result: Quetta U-16 won by 2 wickets
    Toss: Karachi U-16
    Umpires: Pervaiz Shah & Sohail Zaman
    Official Scorer: Waqar Ahmed

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    muhammad zawan very impressive for peshawar. hard hitting batsmen.

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    Salaam.

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    Any stand out performances/players?

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    U-16 Advance Coaching Program 2011/12 at NCA

    Lahore January 2, 2012: The second phase of the Pepsi – PCB Cricket Star Program 2011 under the Youth Development program will start at NCA from 16th January 2012 under the supervision of NCA elite coaches. This will be a 4 weeks advanced coaching program and players will report at NCA on 15th January 2012.

    The National Selection Committee has selected 28 players to attend this program based on their performance during the recently concluded Pepsi PCB Cricket Star U - 16 Tournament. The names of the selected players are as under:

    1. Mohammad Ahmad (Lahore)
    2. Danish Aziz, Widwan Ullah, Arsalan Bashir (Karachi)
    3. Raheel Meo, Abdul Samad (Hyderabad)
    4. Irfan Elahi (Sialkot)
    5. Farhan Sarfraz, Imran Rafiq, Junaid Zawar, Usman Ali, Hassan Mushtaq (Multan)
    6. Muhammad Hanif, Khalid Kail, Muhammad Tariq, Faizan Ali, Sultan Mehmood (Abbottabad)
    7. Muhammad Fahad, Dilawar Shah (Islamabad)
    8. Jamal Khan, Ghulam Haider, Mukhtar Ahmad (Quetta)
    9. Mir Wais, Muhammad Farhan, Aqib Shah (Rawalpindi)
    10. Zawan Hikmat (Peshawar)
    11. Bilal Ahmad (FATA)
    12. Muhammad Asim (Faisalabad)

    http://www.pcb.com.pk/press-release/...12-at-NCA.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ataullah View Post
    U-16 Advance Coaching Program 2011/12 at NCA

    Lahore January 2, 2012: The second phase of the Pepsi – PCB Cricket Star Program 2011 under the Youth Development program will start at NCA from 16th January 2012 under the supervision of NCA elite coaches. This will be a 4 weeks advanced coaching program and players will report at NCA on 15th January 2012.

    The National Selection Committee has selected 28 players to attend this program based on their performance during the recently concluded Pepsi PCB Cricket Star U - 16 Tournament. The names of the selected players are as under:

    1. Mohammad Ahmad (Lahore)
    2. Danish Aziz, Widwan Ullah, Arsalan Bashir (Karachi)
    3. Raheel Meo, Abdul Samad (Hyderabad)
    4. Irfan Elahi (Sialkot)
    5. Farhan Sarfraz, Imran Rafiq, Junaid Zawar, Usman Ali, Hassan Mushtaq (Multan)
    6. Muhammad Hanif, Khalid Kail, Muhammad Tariq, Faizan Ali, Sultan Mehmood (Abbottabad)
    7. Muhammad Fahad, Dilawar Shah (Islamabad)
    8. Jamal Khan, Ghulam Haider, Mukhtar Ahmad (Quetta)
    9. Mir Wais, Muhammad Farhan, Aqib Shah (Rawalpindi)
    10. Zawan Hikmat (Peshawar)
    11. Bilal Ahmad (FATA)
    12. Muhammad Asim (Faisalabad)

    http://www.pcb.com.pk/press-release/...12-at-NCA.html
    MashaAllah, good to see many players from Multan, Abbottabad and Quetta. Seems like there's alot of talent in those areas.


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    Quote Originally Posted by IAJ View Post
    MashaAllah, good to see many players from Multan, Abbottabad and Quetta. Seems like there's alot of talent in those areas.
    indeed, nothing but lack of infastructure has held back players from smaller towns, its great to see pakistani talent pool growing.

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