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    PCB announces domestic cricket calendar for 2018/2019 as well as changes to prizes and match fees

    Lahore-August 7, 2018: The Pakistan Cricket Board is pleased to announce the Domestic Cricket Calendar for the 2018-19 Cricket season.

    The forthcoming domestic cricket season includes Regional Inter-District Senior (3-day), Inter Region U-19 (One-day and 3-day), Pentangular U-19 T-20 Cup, Regional Inter District U-19 (One-day), Quaid-e-Azam Trophy (First Class and One-day), Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Grade II, National T-20 Cup, Pakistan Cup (One-Day), and Patron’s Trophy Grade II.

    The tournaments are to be held as follows :

    1) Regional Inter District Senior (3 Day).

    Dates :July 01 - 31, 2018

    Venue : All Pakistan

    2) Inter Region U-19 (1 Day)

    Dates : August 01 - 28, 2018

    Venue : Karachi / Pindi / Islamabad (In progress)

    3) Inter Region U-19 (3 Day)

    Dates : Sep 01 - Oct 09, 2019

    Venue : Sindh / Punjab

    4) Pentangular U-19 T20 Cup

    Dates : Oct 21 - 27, 2018

    Venue : Multan

    5) QAT (First Class) & QAT (1 Day)

    Dates : Sep 01 - Dec 08, 2018

    Venue : All Pakistan

    6) National T20 Cup

    Dates : Dec 10 - 25, 2018

    Venue : Karachi

    7) Regional Inter District U-19 (1 Day)

    Dates : Jan 01 - 20, 2019

    Venue : All Pakistan

    8) Pakistan Cup (1 Day)

    Dates : Apr 02 - 14, 2019

    Venue : Faisalabad / Multan

    9) QAT Grade-II

    Dates : Apr 16 - May 15, 2019

    Venue : Sindh / Punjab

    10) Patron's Trophy Grade-II

    Dates : Apr 16 - May 07, 2019

    Venue : Sindh / Punjab



    Following are some of the salient features introduced in the forthcoming cricket season 2018/19.

    1. Match fees of players participating in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2018/19 have been increased from Rs.25,000/- to Rs.50,000/- per match

    2. Match fees of players participating in the One-day tournament 2018/19 have been increased from Rs.20,000/- to Rs.25,000/- per match

    3. Match fees of players participating in the T20 tournament 2018/19 have been increased from Rs.24,000/- to Rs.30,000/- per match

    4. Match fees of players participating in the Pakistan Cup One Day tournament 2018/19 have been increased from Rs.30,000/- to Rs.35,000/- per match

    5. Prize money of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2018/19 has been increased from Rs. 4,400,000/- to Rs.5,400,000/-

    6. Prize money of T20 Tournament 2018/19 has been increased from Rs. 4,900,000/- to Rs.5,700,000/-

    7. Prize money of Regional Inter District U-19 Tournament 2018/19 has been increased from Rs. 150,000/- to Rs.250,000/-

    8. Prize money of Regional Inter-District Senior Tournament 2018/19 has been increased from Rs. 150,000/- to Rs.250,000/-

    9. Under the new financial package, a domestic player in the playing XI will now get Rs.91,000/- for one QAT first-class match and One day match (Combined including Daily Allowance)

    10. Remaining 4 players of the 15 member regional squad sitting on the bench will also get Rs. 34,750/- under new arrangements of this financial model for one Quaid-e-Azam Trophy and One day match (Combined including Daily Allowance)
    Last edited by Arham_PakFan; 7th August 2018 at 07:53.

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    Looks good for the players but not sure if its enough?


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    Match fees for FC matches has been doubled and also increased for the One-day and T20 matches.Good for the players.

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    Where is match fee details for u19 tournaments and grade 2 tournaments? Also where is prize money details for oneday tournament, Pakistan cup, u19 tournaments and grade 2 tournaments?

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    I am glad to see the financial upgrades! Looking at each player playing for FY, it adds up to a considerable amount of cash! Good job PCB

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    The Player's Match Fee/Salary increments are great for the players. Well Done PCB! Finally some good news for the local Domestic Players (esp the non-PSL players)

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    50,000 per match is pretty decent, how many games do each player play on average? 10? For Pakistan that is decent. They are still far behind there Indian counterparts (yes, the BCCI makes more money but they also have a bigger base then the PCB).

    I think on average, each player should be making 75k-1 lakh per FC match (that's not even a $1000 USD).

    Either way good job PCB. They are heading in the right direction.

    Also, the T20 tourney prize money is greater than the premier FC tournaments?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmkextreme_1 View Post
    50,000 per match is pretty decent, how many games do each player play on average? 10? For Pakistan that is decent. They are still far behind there Indian counterparts (yes, the BCCI makes more money but they also have a bigger base then the PCB).

    I think on average, each player should be making 75k-1 lakh per FC match (that's not even a $1000 USD).

    Either way good job PCB. They are heading in the right direction.

    Also, the T20 tourney prize money is greater than the premier FC tournaments?!
    Not trying to make this an India vs Pakistan debate...but want to give an insight into how much Indian FC cricketers earn, check this article out:

    https://www.thequint.com/sports/cric...7-crore-a-year

    A quote from the article:

    "...domestic cricketers as first XI players will now get Rs 35,000 per day in a four-day game making their match fees rocket from Rs 40,000 to Rs 1.40 lakh per match. Add to it the TV rights money will make their per match fee go up to Rs 3 lakh per match."

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Looks good for the players but not sure if its enough?
    Solid fees. I know people who are working for 25,000 a month salary. Getting paid 50,000 for a Quaid E Azam Trophy match is more than enough.

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    Increasing money is great, but I can bet almost every other things in the article will be changed by next year.

    As of now, the schedule of National T20 and PAK Cup are too late - NT20 should leave enough time for PSL to scout local players, while PAK Cup should leave enough space for sorting WC preliminary 35. Ideally, NT20 should have started in NOV, PAK Cup DEC and QeA splited between SEP_OCT, and then MAR_May.

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    The PCB announcing the domestic calendar in advance.

    What on earth is going on?!

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    Its good that the players have been given a financial boost.

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    Very good steps in the right direction. Now to improve the state of pitches, grounds, facilities and the ball in domestic cricket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slim View Post
    Solid fees. I know people who are working for 25,000 a month salary. Getting paid 50,000 for a Quaid E Azam Trophy match is more than enough.
    You have to understand that cricketer's career is fairly short, no more than 10-15 years.

    The bulk of their earning is going to be between 20-35 years old.

    Then afterwards they may get some coaching, commentating jobs but only if they are well known players usually if they played for national team.

    They may also get hired at honorary positions but I am not sure if that happens too much any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackanhyellow View Post
    You have to understand that cricketer's career is fairly short, no more than 10-15 years.

    The bulk of their earning is going to be between 20-35 years old.

    Then afterwards they may get some coaching, commentating jobs but only if they are well known players usually if they played for national team.

    They may also get hired at honorary positions but I am not sure if that happens too much any more.
    These cricketers are also hired by departments so they get regular salary as well. Yes, the life of a cricketer is small, true which is why they should continue their education while playing cricket.

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    Sethi trying to leave a legacy behind before leaving.


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