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    PCB confirms schedule and squads for the 266-match 2021-22 domestic season

    PCB confirms schedule of 266-match 2021-22 domestic season

    • Season to commence with the T20 tournaments, followed by red-ball versions of the game before culminating with 50-over Pakistan Cup

    • Cricket Associations to field two sides each in the U16 and U19 competitions as the PCB aims to provide maximum exposure and opportunities to future stars; U13 event returns

    • 2021-22 season matches to be held in Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Muridke, Quetta, Rawalpindi, Sheikhupura and Sialkot

    • “With the amount of international cricket across all three formats scheduled in the 2021-22 season and beyond, the upcoming domestic season will prove to be a pathway for all those aspiring to serve Pakistan cricket and making a name at the international level,” says Director – High Performance, Nadeem Khan

    Lahore, 9 August 2021:

    Pakistan Cricket Board today announced the schedule of 2021-22 domestic cricket season in which it will hold 10 tournaments, comprising 266 matches. In the 2020-21 season, the PCB had organised 220 matches in nine tournaments to become the only cricket board to deliver a complete domestic schedule.

    Domestic competitions in the 2021-22 season are separate to the home international matches against New Zealand, England, West Indies and Australia, and the HBL Pakistan Super League, which will be held between September 2021 and March 2022.

    Not added to the 2021-22 domestic matches are the ongoing two-day CCA tournament matches, which commenced on 16 July and will conclude on 22 August, and the CCA U19 tournament that will begin on 1 September. The two tournaments are designed to provide opportunities to the outstanding performers to graduate to the Cricket Association sides for the senior and pathway competitions in the PCB Domestic Season 2021-22.

    The additional matches in the forthcoming domestic circuit have been added in pathways cricket for which the PCB has allowed the six Cricket Associations to field two sides each in the U16 and U19 tournaments.

    This means 12 sides will feature in the 62-match National U19 three-day championship and One-Day Cup, which will run side by side, from 3 October to 12 November in Gujranwala, Islamabad, Muridke, Rawalpindi and Sialkot.

    Another 12 sides will take part in the 31-match National U16 Cup from 8 to 19 March 2022 with Rawalpindi hosting the single-league competition.

    The National U13 One-Day Cup has returned to the national circuit after missing out last year due to Covid-19 pandemic. This single-league event will be held in Faisalabad from 8 to 18 February 2022.

    Director High Performance, Nadeem Khan: “For the 2021-22 age-group cricket season, each Cricket Association will be allowed to field two U16 and U19 sides so that we can increase the pool of players at the grassroots level with a focus on providing more opportunities and exposure to our next generation of cricketers.

    “This strategy is aligned to the Cricket Associations planning of reviving clubs, schools and universities cricket within their jurisdictions with the best players getting opportunities to express their talent in national tournaments.

    “In the U16 and U19 competitions, the players will be provided the same environment as in senior cricket which will help in their overall development as professional cricketers.”

    The 2021-22 season will kick-off with the eight-day Cricket Associations T20 tournament on 15 September in which the six second XI Cricket Association sides will go head to head in the shortest format of the game in Quetta.

    The National T20, featuring country’s best shortest format players, will be held from 25 September to 13 October. Eighteen first round matches will be held in Multan, while the remaining 15 matches, including the two semi-finals and the final, will be held in Lahore.

    Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, a jewel in the crown of Pakistan’s domestic events, will commence on 20 October. The first half of the 10-round single-league competition will be held in Multan, Faisalabad and Lahore. The event will then move to Karachi where it will culminate with the five-day final from 29 December.

    The three-day double-league Cricket Associations Championship for second XIs will be held from 28 September to 14 November, while the 50-over single-league Cricket Associations Challenge for second XIs will be played from 19 to 27 November. Both the tournaments will be held in Faisalabad, Lahore and Sheikhupura.

    Curtains will fall on the 2021-22 season in Lahore on 30 March 2022 with the final of the Pakistan Cup One-Day Tournament, which will get underway on 25 February and will be played on a double-league format. The other two event venues will be Faisalabad and Multan.

    Nadeem Khan: “We are excited to confirm a quality-based and competitive cricket season, which will not only test the skills, technique and fitness of professional cricketers but will help the selectors and coaches identify top performers for their inclusion in the national framework.

    “With the amount of international cricket across all three formats scheduled in the 2021-22 season and beyond, the upcoming season will prove to be a pathway for all those aspiring to serve Pakistan cricket and making a name at the international level.

    “This, like the previous season, will be a tough one that will test the cricketers to their limits. But that’s exactly what we want. We want to see our domestic system produce mentally and physically tough players who can perform in any condition against any opposition.

    “Most of the first XI matches will be televised and promoted digitally, meaning no performance can be ignored or overlooked.

    “Like the previous season, the PCB will not only create playing opportunities for these players but will also provide them quality playing facilities as well as international standard lodging and boarding so they can produce their best performances. If we want our domestic system to be robust, competitive and valued, then we need to make sure we cater for all these basic requirements, which in the past have fallen through the cracks.”

    Details on the tournament schedule, squads and match official appointments will be released in the lead up to the events.

    Schedule (subject to any late changes):

    First XI competitions

    National T20 (six teams, 33 matches) – 25 September-13 October
    Quaid-e-Azam Trophy (six teams, 31 matches) – 20 October-29 December
    Pakistan Cup (six teams, 33 matches) – 25 February-30 March 2022

    Second XI competitions

    Cricket Associations T20 (six teams, 15 matches) – 15-22 September
    Cricket Associations Championship (three-day) (six teams, 30 matches) – 28 September-14 November
    Cricket Associations Challenge (50 overs) (six teams, 15 matches) – 19-27 November

    Pathway competitions

    National U19 Championship (three-day) and Cup (one-Day) (12 teams, 62 matches) - (3 October--12 November)
    National U16 Cup (One-Day) (12 teams, 31 matches) – 8-19 March 2022
    National U13 Cup (One-Day) (16 matches) – 8-18 February 2022


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    Love me some QeA, can’t wait

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    Not enough games in QA trophy. It should be a minimum of 12 games for each team.

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    Second season of the new domestic structure especially the QAE and National T20 Cup improved big time from where everything stood in the first season. Hopefully the progress will continue in this season as well.

    As junior teams didn’t have second teams, I think its a pretty good step to make U-19 and U-16 tournaments 12 team ones with each association having two teams in the same tournament. A lot more opportunities for youngsters to play and get in the eyes through the platform.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Second season of the new domestic structure especially the QAE and National T20 Cup improved big time from where everything stood in the first season. Hopefully the progress will continue in this season as well.

    As junior teams didn’t have second teams, I think its a pretty good step to make U-19 and U-16 tournaments 12 team ones with each association having two teams in the same tournament. A lot more opportunities for youngsters to play and get in the eyes through the platform.
    A bit of pre-training before the Bangladesh series in December for the test players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Not enough games in QA trophy. It should be a minimum of 12 games for each team.
    Every team will be getting 10 games. And the two finalist will play 11.


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    This is a good schedule, with one more addition it could become better, a 3 day under-23 tournament.

    This could help a lot of guys who are above 19 years but are not able to find a place in the QeA tournament, these guys could actually play and improve and make a nomination for next season of QeA.

    They can hold the tournament during the Pakistani summer (March-April-May) in the northern area like Mirpur, Abbotabad which won't be as hot as the other regions in Pakistan. This way all these idle stadiums could be utilised as well as these young players could be made familiar with different pitches and conditions.

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    Even a List A tournament would be fine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymous_guy View Post
    Every team will be getting 10 games. And the two finalist will play 11.
    It needs to be at least 12 and maybe more.

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    Good stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    It needs to be at least 12 and maybe more.
    I cannot understand how do you expect a tournament having "6" teams to play 12 matches each.

    Explanation:-
    If there are "n" teams in a tournament and each team plays against other once, then each team will play a maximum of "n-1" matches (not considering semi final and final).

    The same if each team plays the other twice then it would have to play "2*(n-1)" matches.

    Note- A team cannot play against itself in a tournament.

    There are 6 teams in QeA, each play "6-1=5" matches, since it is a double header they play "2*(6-1)=10" matches, in addition to the final.

    The only thing that can be done is have a semi final and a final in the tournament, that way the top 4 teams play the semi final and the top 2 then compete in the finals. This would make the top 2 team play 12 matches, next 2 will play 11 and the bottom 2 would play 10.

    Hope this helps, if i have made a mistake correct me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymous_guy View Post
    I cannot understand how do you expect a tournament having "6" teams to play 12 matches each.

    Explanation:-
    If there are "n" teams in a tournament and each team plays against other once, then each team will play a maximum of "n-1" matches (not considering semi final and final).

    The same if each team plays the other twice then it would have to play "2*(n-1)" matches.

    Note- A team cannot play against itself in a tournament.

    There are 6 teams in QeA, each play "6-1=5" matches, since it is a double header they play "2*(6-1)=10" matches, in addition to the final.

    The only thing that can be done is have a semi final and a final in the tournament, that way the top 4 teams play the semi final and the top 2 then compete in the finals. This would make the top 2 team play 12 matches, next 2 will play 11 and the bottom 2 would play 10.

    Hope this helps, if i have made a mistake correct me.
    So someone will play more than twice, so what? Our young players don't play enough FC cricket

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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymous_guy View Post
    I cannot understand how do you expect a tournament having "6" teams to play 12 matches each.

    Explanation:-
    If there are "n" teams in a tournament and each team plays against other once, then each team will play a maximum of "n-1" matches (not considering semi final and final).

    The same if each team plays the other twice then it would have to play "2*(n-1)" matches.

    Note- A team cannot play against itself in a tournament.

    There are 6 teams in QeA, each play "6-1=5" matches, since it is a double header they play "2*(6-1)=10" matches, in addition to the final.

    The only thing that can be done is have a semi final and a final in the tournament, that way the top 4 teams play the semi final and the top 2 then compete in the finals. This would make the top 2 team play 12 matches, next 2 will play 11 and the bottom 2 would play 10.

    Hope this helps, if i have made a mistake correct me.
    Fair point. However, if required there are a couple models which exist (mostly in limited overs domestic cricket) where you can increase the number of matches while maintaining the same number of teams.

    We can take example of the latest league (The hundred itself). There are 8 teams and each team will be playing 9 matches. Single round robin and then two matches (Home and away) against the closest rival. Australia has employed something similar in few editions of their one day cup as well.

    Its application in QAE would be something like; after the double round robin two closest rivals will play each other twice on home and away basis. Northern vs KPK, SP vs CP, Sindh vs Bal (2 matches against each other). That can take the total to 12 matches.

    If it is required or PCB will look into that is something to be seen however, it can be practically possible.

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    Credit to the PCB for sorting out the schedule in advance.

    In the past, the fixtures used to be announced at the last minute which caused a lot of problems for players.



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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymous_guy View Post
    I cannot understand how do you expect a tournament having "6" teams to play 12 matches each.

    Explanation:-
    If there are "n" teams in a tournament and each team plays against other once, then each team will play a maximum of "n-1" matches (not considering semi final and final).

    The same if each team plays the other twice then it would have to play "2*(n-1)" matches.

    Note- A team cannot play against itself in a tournament.

    There are 6 teams in QeA, each play "6-1=5" matches, since it is a double header they play "2*(6-1)=10" matches, in addition to the final.

    The only thing that can be done is have a semi final and a final in the tournament, that way the top 4 teams play the semi final and the top 2 then compete in the finals. This would make the top 2 team play 12 matches, next 2 will play 11 and the bottom 2 would play 10.

    Hope this helps, if i have made a mistake correct me.
    maybe make it like psl with play off and eliminator, so teams play 10 matches in main comp, and up to 3 extra in post season.

    so the better teams end up playing at least 12 matches a season, and you have a few more high pressure games.

    altho imo you should have 1 match at home, 1 away, and 1 neutral, for 15 total games. not many players can play a full season and with covid bubbles lots of fringe squad players dont get any test or FC cricket in a two month season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Fair point. However, if required there are a couple models which exist (mostly in limited overs domestic cricket) where you can increase the number of matches while maintaining the same number of teams.

    We can take example of the latest league (The hundred itself). There are 8 teams and each team will be playing 9 matches. Single round robin and then two matches (Home and away) against the closest rival. Australia has employed something similar in few editions of their one day cup as well.

    Its application in QAE would be something like; after the double round robin two closest rivals will play each other twice on home and away basis. Northern vs KPK, SP vs CP, Sindh vs Bal (2 matches against each other). That can take the total to 12 matches.

    If it is required or PCB will look into that is something to be seen however, it can be practically possible.
    Quote Originally Posted by ElRaja View Post
    maybe make it like psl with play off and eliminator, so teams play 10 matches in main comp, and up to 3 extra in post season.

    so the better teams end up playing at least 12 matches a season, and you have a few more high pressure games.

    altho imo you should have 1 match at home, 1 away, and 1 neutral, for 15 total games. not many players can play a full season and with covid bubbles lots of fringe squad players dont get any test or FC cricket in a two month season.
    I actually have an idea, the final of QeA trophy should be a best of 3, and it should be held in either South Africa or Australia all expenses should be taken care off by the PCB.

    In this way they can prepare their best first class players (from the top 2 teams) to the South African and Australian conditions, it will also add up as incentive for the first class players would not have toured these places earlier and would also give them a decent idea of the bounce of the pitches and the length required on these pitches.

    Last time when Pakistan toured Australia, they had Naseem Shah, Shaheen Shah, Md Musa, Imran Khan and Abbas as their pacers none of them had any experience of bowling with red ball in Australia, this is the primary reason why Pak struggles in Australia, they don't send their A teams to tour so the possible way is tho send the best two teams to play the finals in that way if any bolwer is picked for the national team they will have a decent idea of what will it require to bowl there.


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    The Pakistan Cricket Board today announced coaches for the 42 sides across six Cricket Associations for the 266-match 2021-22 domestic season.

    The appointments have been made after carrying out a 360-degree comprehensive performance review process, keeping in view the needs of the upcoming players across all rungs of the game and to further upskill the coaches by challenging them in different environments. A number of coaches who had favourable performance assessments are rewarded with promotions, while some coaches have been awarded the opportunity to step up to head coaching at various levels.

    The coaches were primarily assessed around two key objectives

    • Putting their team in contention to win
    • Development of players

    After leading Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to all three titles – Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, National T20 Cup and Pakistan Cup – in the 2020-21 season, former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq has been tasked with leading the coaching staff of Central Punjab’s First XI, which includes former Pakistan internationals Akram Raza and Humayun Farhat – both promoted to First XI from Central Punjab’s Second XI coaching set-up – as assistant and fielding coaches.

    Shahid Anwar, who coached Central Punjab First XI in the last season, has been appointed as the head coach of Southern Punjab First XI. His staff includes Aizaz Cheema and Irfan Fazil as assistant and fielding coaches.

    For the 2021-22 domestic season, Abdul Rehman has moved to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after heading the Southern Punjab coaching staff. The seasoned coach is joined by Riffatullah Mohmand and Muhammad Siddiq as his assistant and fielding coaches.

    Ijaz Ahmed Jnr is appointed as the head coach of Northern’s First XI team. Ijaz, a former international batter with more than 13,000 runs and 171 scalps in first-class cricket, has coached Central Punjab First XI in the 2019-20 domestic season. He is joined by former Pakistan fast bowler Samiullah Niazi, who was the assistant coach of Central Punjab First XI last season, and Fahad Akram, who earns promotion to Northern First XI after serving as assistant coach of the Cricket Association’s U19 team last season, as a fielding coach.

    Former Pakistan batters Basit Ali and Faisal Iqbal will continue in their roles as head coaches of Sindh and Balochistan First XI teams.

    At Sindh, Mohammad Masroor replaces Iqbal Imam, who moves to Southern Punjab Second XI as a head coach, as the assistant coach and Hanif Malik, last season’s Sindh U19 assistant coach, has earned a promotion and will be the fielding coach of the First XI team.

    Balochistan’s assistant coach, along with the head coach of Southern Punjab’s U19 and U16 sides, will be appointed following a merit-based, robust recruitment process. Hussain Khosa will continue as Balochistan First XI’s fielding coach.

    The 360-degree review process was carried out by Grant Bradburn, the head of high performance coaching at the National High Performance Centre, following which he submitted his recommendations to Director – High Performance, which were subsequently approved by the Chief Executive.

    Grant Bradburn: “It is very important that we continue to upskill our coaches by providing them constructive feedback regularly, while challenging them in different environments, which we are hopeful will continue to grow our coaches to become contenders for Pakistan roles in the future.

    “This will not only help us in boosting our pool of Pakistan coaching candidates, but also develop strong self-reliant players by learning from multiple coaches who are ready to take on different challenges from the early stages of their careers.

    “Abdul Razzaq had a fantastic debut season as a head coach and as such he has been asked to take up the coaching role of the Central Punjab’s side. This move will bring new challenges for Razzaq and I have no doubts that he will embrace them.

    “The same logic was behind our decision to appoint Shahid Anwar and Abdul Rehman, who are the two experienced, valuable assets in our coach pathway, with the Southern Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa sides, respectively. Under the guidance of Shahid, Central Punjab scripted one of the most incredible tales in first-class cricket by staging an epic comeback in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy to share the silverware with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Under Rehman, Southern Punjab played the final of the National T20 Cup after putting up a miraculous run-chase in the semi-final and he had been with the side for two years.

    “Basit Ali and Faisal Iqbal coached the First XI teams for the first time in the last season and have been given another season with Sindh and Balochistan as they continue to build their sides. We remain invested in supporting them, while they establish themselves as coaches who can create a winning environment, while exposing our players to rich learning.”

    Director – High Performance Nadeem Khan: “I want to congratulate everyone who has been appointed as a coach for what promises to be an exciting and action-packed 2021-22 domestic cricket season. These merit-based appointed have been made after considering the demands of our ever-evolving sport.

    “Many coaches have earned promotions based on their performances in the 2020-21 season. As it is the case for the cricketers, this set-up also provides a clear pathway to the coaches to graduate to the top-level as we continue to strive to develop a strong pool of coaching staff.

    “This year, there is also an increase in the number of coaches at the domestic level with every Cricket Association fielding two U19 and U16 teams. This move will continue to generate opportunities for former cricketers, after we appointed coaches for the 93 City Cricket Association teams, to remain attached to the game by taking up coaching roles, which is in harmony with our objective to create more and more employment opportunities for our former cricketers.

    “To further challenge our coaches at the top-level, we have shuffled the First XI coaching panel. As it was promised last year that the PCB will continue to benefit from Ijaz Ahmed Jnr’s vast experience, he has returned to First XI coaching set-up as the head coach of Northern after that position was vacated by Muhammad Wasim following his appointment as the chief selector of our national men’s side.

    “I am hopeful that these changes will further enhance the quality of cricket at top-tier and we will continue to expand and strengthen our pool of coaches.”

    The team managers will be announced in due course.

    Cricket Association coaches (2021-22 domestic season)

    Balochistan

    First XI – Faisal Iqbal (head coach), To be appointed (assistant coach), Hussain Khosa (fielding coach)
    Second XI – Habib Baloch (head coach), Shoaib Khan (assistant coach)
    U19 Red – Aslam Sheikh (head coach), Mazhar Deenari (assistant coach)
    U19 Blue – Hussain Khosa (head coach), Aqil Baloch (assistant coach)
    U16 Red – Raj Hans (head coach), Sher Hassan Jogazai (assistant coach)
    U16 Blue – Shoaib Khan (head coach), Qamar din (assistant coach)
    U13 – Aman ullah Dehpal (head coach), Barkat Ali (assistant coach)

    Central Punjab

    First XI – Abdul Razzaq (head coach), Akram Raza (assistant coach), Humayun Farhat (fielding coach)
    Second XI – Wasim Haider (head coach), Aamir Sajjad (assistant coach)
    U19 Red – Humayun Farhat (head coach), Khurram Shehzad (assistant coach)
    U19 Blue – Muhammad Ashraf (head coach), Ashraf Ali (assistant coach)
    U16 Red – Muhammad Ashraf (head coach), Intikhab Alam (assistant coach)
    U16 Blue – Humayun Farhat (head coach), Mansoor Amjad (assistant coach)
    U13 – Khurram Shehzad (head coach), Faisal Khan (assistant coach)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

    First XI – Abdul Rehman (head coach), Riffatullah Mohmand (assistant coach), Muhammad Siddiq (fielding coach)
    Second XI – Aftab Khan (head coach), Muhammad Aslam Qureshi (assistant coach)
    U19 Red – Saqib Faqir (head coach), Muhammad Siddiq (assistant coach)
    U19 Blue – Sajid Shah (head coach), Shoaib Khan (assistant coach)
    U16 Red – Muhammad Siddiq (head coach), Saqib Faqir (assistant coach)
    U16 Blue – Jamaluddin (head coach), Waqar Ahmed (assistant coach)
    U13 – Waqar Ahmed (head coach), Ahmed Said (assistant coach)

    Northern

    First XI – Ijaz Ahmed Jnr (head coach), Sami Ullah Niazi (assistant coach), Fahad Akram (fielding coach)
    Second XI – Fahad Masood (head coach), Afaq Raheem (assistant coach)
    U19 Red – Hafiz Majeed (head coach), Fahad Akram (assistant coach)
    U19 Blue – Kamran Khan (head coach), Jawad Hameed Haq (assistant coach)
    U16 Red – Saeed Anwar Jnr (head coach), Tahir Mehmood (assistant coach)
    U16 Blue – Raheel Majeed (head coach), Hafiz Majeed (assistant coach)
    U13 – Mujahid Hameed (head coach), Haseeb Azam (assistant coach)

    Sindh

    First XI – Basit Ali (head coach), Mohammad Masroor (assistant coach), Hanif Malik (fielding coach)
    Second XI – Ghulam Ali Ansari (head coach), Zafar Iqbal (assistant coach)
    U19 Red – Azam Khan (head coach), Hanif Malik (assistant coach)
    U19 Blue – Tahir Mehmood (head coach), Syed Mohtashim Ali (assistant coach)
    U16 Red – Zafar Iqbal (head coach), Asim Rizvi (assistant coach)
    U16 Blue – Saeed Bin Nasir (head coach), Naeem Tayyeb (assistant coach)
    U13 – Rizwan Qureshi (head coach), Abid Ali Qureshi (assistant coach)


    Southern Punjab

    First XI – Shahid Anwar (head coach), Aizaz Cheema (assistant coach), Irfan Fazil (fielding coach)
    Second XI – Syed Iqbal Imam (head coach), Zahoor Elahi (assistant coach)
    U19 Red – Bilal Ahmed (head coach), Azhar Shafiq (assistant coach)
    U19 Blue – To be appointed (head coach), Irfan Fazil (assistant coach)
    U16 Red – Zulfiqar Babar (head coach), Rehan Rafiq (assistant coach)
    U16 Blue – To be appointed (head coach), Bilal Ahmed (assistant coach)
    U13 – Masood Anwar (head coach), Aamer Atta (assistant coach)


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    I think its a nice idea to shuffle the coaches of 4 regions here. Different challenge for the coaches as well as different environments for the youngsters and to learn from.

    Balochistan and Sindh however remain the same with their setups.

    Would be really interesting to see how Abdul Razzaq does with CP as last year he won every title with KPK.

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    I would just like to see openers this season for tests.

    Usman Salahuddin needs to open for central Punjab this season and hopefully he becomes captain also. Please don't play Ahmed Shehzad and Salman Butt open with Usman Salahuddin and Ali Zaryab.

    For Sind i would like to see Hamza Ghamchi open with Umar bin Yousuf (considering Sharjeel on National duty)

    For Northern i would like to see Haider Ali and Nasir Nawaz

    For Balochistan i would like to see Abdul Wahid Bangulzai and Imran Butt (considering Imam on National duty)

    For Southern Punjab i would like to see Zeeshan Asraf and Zain Abbas

    For KPK i would like to see Israrullah and Sahibazada Farhan (considering Fakhar on National duty)

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    Grant Bradburn: “It is very important that we continue to upskill our coaches by providing them constructive feedback regularly, while challenging them in different environments, which we are hopeful will continue to grow our coaches to become contenders for Pakistan roles in the future.

    “This will not only help us in boosting our pool of Pakistan coaching candidates, but also develop strong self-reliant players by learning from multiple coaches who are ready to take on different challenges from the early stages of their careers”.


    This is one of the most important factor in the success of a domestic structure. If we look at NZ, Aus and now Eng they allow their local coaches to grow and consider them a valuable product as well which not only adds to the quality of domestic cricket but, also creates a pool of coaches for national setup if required.

    There would be no excuse to have an inexperienced coach in future if they PCB opts for a local one.


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    Basit Ali again? How this guy keep getting opportunities?

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    Pre-season training and preparation camp involving performers from the recently-concluded CCA two-day tournaments 2021-22 commenced at six venues of the country on Thursday, 26 August. Also attending the camps are some of leading performers from the 2020-21 season.

    The camps will run until 30 August, following which the selectors will finalise their squads for the 15-match Cricket Associations T20, which will be held from 15-22 September, and the National T20, which will be staged from 25 September-13 October.

    While the camps will provide the cricketers with another opportunity to impress their coaches and get in the reckoning for the season ahead, it will be a chance for the coaches to look at the larger pool of players that will assist them in their strategies, including team selections.

    Along with these players, those cricketers, who have been in contention and have remained part of the Cricket Association squads in the previous seasons, have also been invited for the camps.

    The Cricket Association camps have commenced at the following centres:

    Balochistan – Bugti Cricket Stadium, Quetta
    Central Punjab – LCCA Ground, Lahore
    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa – Abbottabad Cricket Stadium
    Northern – Northern’s Home of Cricket, Islamabad
    Sindh – Hanif Mohammad High Performance Centre, Karachi
    Southern Punjab – Multan Cricket Stadium

    The following players will attend the CA pre-season training and preparation camps:

    Balochistan Cricket Association

    Players invited from the previous season - Abdul Nasir, Adnan Akmal, Akhtar Shah, Ali Rafiq, Atif Jabbar, Azeem Dar, Azizullah, Dawood Khan, Hayat Ullah, Israr Ahmed, Mohammad, Mohammad Ibrahim, Mohammad Shahid, Mohammad Talha, Nazar Hussain, Rameez Raja jnr, Salahuddin, Shehzad Tareen, Taimur Khan, Usama Mir, Zainullah

    Players invited from the CCA Tournament - Abdul Hanan, Abdul Mutalib, Abdul Nasir, Abid Ali Mengal, Adnan Iqbal, Aftab Ahmad, Aqib Junaid, Bakhtiar Ahmed Shah, Dawood Khan, Ehsan Ullah, Elahi Bux, Fahad Hussain, Faheem Younis, Hidayatullah, Kaleemullah, Mohammad Javed, Muhammad Ibrahim Snr, Muhammad Idrees, Muhammad Imran, Muhammad Irfan, Muhammad Shahid, Najeeb Ullah, Nasir Ali, Nasir Khan, Nizam Uddin, Obaid Ullah Jri, Qutub Ud Din, Rasool Bakhsh, Salim Mal, Sana Ullah, Shoaib Ahmed, Syed Ahmed Shah, Syed Zain Ullah, Syed Zainullah, Usama Khalil, Zubair Khan

    Central Punjab Cricket Association

    Players invited from the previous season - Abubakar Khan, Ali Manzoor, Atiq-ur-Rehman, Fahad Usman, Farhan Khan, Haseeb-ur- Rehman, Mohammad Faiq, Nisar Ahmed, Noman Anwar, Salman Fayyaz, Shahid Nawaz, Zohaib Amanat, Zubair Khan

    Players invited from the CCA tournament - Abdul Ghaffar, Ali Hamza Snr, Anas Mehmood, Asad Ali Jnr, Asad Raza, Gohar Hafeez Butt, Haider Ali, Hamza Akbar, Hassan Mehmood, Ihrsan Ali, Jahanazaib Naveed, Kashif Jawed, M Abuzar Ghaffari, M Ahsan, M Tabraz, Mohammad Faizan, Mohammad Huraira, Mudassar Riaz, Muhammad Abdul Samad, Muhammad Abubakar, Muhammad Afzal, Muhammad Ali, Muhammad Irfan Jnr, Muhammad Nauman Butt, Muhammad Saleem, Muhammad Umair Riaz, Muhammad Waheed, Sadaqat Ali, Shahzaib Bhatti, Sharukh Ali, Sohaib Ullah, Usman Khalid, Yawar Bashir, Zeeshan Mushtaq

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cricket Association

    Players invited from the previous season - Abdul Rauf, Asad Afridi, Gohar Ali, Haris Khan, Khalilullah, Maaz Sadaqat, Mohammad Ali, Mohammad Amir Khan, Mohammad Arif Shah, Mohammad Asad, Mohammad Irfan Khan, Mohammad Khayyam, Mohammad Mohsin, Mohammad Naeem Snr, Mohammad Sarwar Afridi, Mohammad Umar Burki, Nabi Gul, Nasir Faraz, Salman Khan Jnr, Samiullah Jnr, Waqar Ahmad

    Players invited from the CCA tournament - Aitizaz Habib Khan, Arslan Sajjad, Asif Ali, Farhan Khan, Fawad Malook, Fazlur Rehman, Haroon Khan, Hasnain Ali Shah, Imtiaz Khan, Junaid Khan Afridi, Jahanzaib Khan, Khayyam Khan, M Amir Azmat, Mahmood, Mamoon Khan, Mashal Khan, Muhammad Arif, Muhammad Bilal, Muhammad Ibrahim (Kohat), Muhammad Ibrahim (Swabi), Muhammad Sarwar, Muhammad Tahir, Muhammad Wasim Khan, Nizar Ali, Noor Sahib, Sajjad Ali, Saqib Jameel, Sarmad Khattak, Syad Fahad Shah, Waseem Akhtar, Yasir Khan, Zeshan Tahir

    Northern Cricket Association

    Players invited from the previous season - Amad Butt, Babar Khaliq, Hasan Raza, Mohammad Aamir Shah, Muhammad Ismail Khan, Naveed Malik, Nihal Mansoor, Raja Farhan, Raja Farzan Khan, Raza Hassan , Sadaf Hussain, Shiraz Khan , Syed Tauseeq Shah, Taimur Khan, Umar Waheed, Zaid Alam, Zaman Khan

    Players invited from the CCA Tournament - Abdul Rashid Minhas, Abdul Shakoor, Adil Shabbir Mirza, Ajab Khan, Aqib Liaqat, Badr Ud Din, Hamza Arshad, Hamza Majeed, Javed Khan, Kashif Ali, M Hussain, M Rehan Arif, M. Hammad Khan, M.Jibran, Malik Aswad, Muhammad Aamir, Muhammad Ajmal, Muhammad Faisal, Nadeem Sikander, Naqash Basharat, Naqi Raza, Noman Khalid, Qazi Arbqan, Raheel Wakeel, Rohaan Qadri, Saad Khan, Sarmad Hameed, Shahab Ur Rehman, Shahid Ahmed, Shoiab Amir, Syed Aqib Shah, Talha Qureshi, Tanvir Abbass Shah

    Sindh Cricket Association

    Players invited from the previous season - Abdullah Mukaddam, Adeel Malik, Amir Ali, Ashar Qureshi, Azizullah, Ghulam Mudassar, Ibtisam Sheikh, Jahid Ali, Mohammad Waqas, Muhammad Makki, Muhammad Tariq Khan, Ruman Raees, Shahzar Muhammad, SM Tahami, Waleed Ahmed

    Players from the CCA tournament - Aamir Brohi, Aashir Ahmed Siddiqui, Ahsan Sultan, Ali Shah, Asif Mehmood, Bilal Irshad, Daniyal Hussain Rajput, Hamza Ghanchi, Hassan Mohsin, Imtiaz Leghari, Israr ul Haq, Jahanzaib Sultan, Junaid Ilyas, Kashif Khan, Khuzaima Bin Tanveer, Mohsin Raza, Muhammad Afzal, Muhammad Asad malik, Muhammad Farooq, Muhammad Shahid Mihrani, Muhammad Suleman, Muhammad Tariq Khan, Mushtaq Ahmed Kalhoro, Nadir Shah, Rao Sajjid Ali, Raza Mahar, Rehman Ghani, Saddam Hussain, Shahzar Hasan Khan, Syed haider Abbas Zaidi, Usman Khan, Zafar Ali

    Southern Punjab Cricket Association

    Players invited from the previous season - Ahmar Ashfaq, Asif Fawad, Bilawal Bhatti, Hamza Akbar, Haris Bashir, Haris Javed, Mehboob Ahmed, Mohammad Ali Khan, Mohammad Irfan (Lahore), Mohammad Irfan Jnr (Nankana Sahib), Mohammad Irfan Snr, Mohammad Rameez Jnr, Sadaif Mehdi, Yousaf Babar, Zohaib Afridi

    Players from the CCA tournament - Abdul Rehman, Abdul Rehman, Abdullah Hamdani, Afraseem Hussain, Ali Husnain, Ali Majid, Ali Umer, Ammar Ali, Faizan Zafar, Farhan Sarfaraz, Humayun Altaf, Jahanzaib Khan, Jawad Hussain, Kaleem Ullah, Khubaib Ahmad, M. Sharoon Siraj, Mansoor Ali, Moin Ud Din, Mughira Shoaib, Muhammad Jahangir, Muhammad Junaid, Muhammad Rameez, Muhammad Shahriyar, Muhammad Sudais, Muhammad Umair, Muhammad Umar Fraz, Muhammad Zahir Siddiq, Rizwan Haider, Shahbaz Khan, Usman Liaqat, Waleed Iqbal, Waqar Hussain, Waqar Ul Hasan, Waseem Mahmood, Yousuf Babar, Zain Ul Abdeen, Zia Ul Haq


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    It's crazy that a country with 200 million people only have 6 first class teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mastimasti View Post
    It's crazy that a country with 200 million people only have 6 first class teams.
    12 teams

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    12 teams
    I thought there were only 6 teams in the FC tournament?

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    No Faisal Akram?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mastimasti View Post
    I thought there were only 6 teams in the FC tournament?
    They are both FC as far as I know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    They are both FC as far as I know
    No 2nd xi is grade 2 so it doesn't have FC status

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Pre-season training and preparation camp involving performers from the recently-concluded CCA two-day tournaments 2021-22 commenced at six venues of the country on Thursday, 26 August. Also attending the camps are some of leading performers from the 2020-21 season.

    The camps will run until 30 August, following which the selectors will finalise their squads for the 15-match Cricket Associations T20, which will be held from 15-22 September, and the National T20, which will be staged from 25 September-13 October.

    While the camps will provide the cricketers with another opportunity to impress their coaches and get in the reckoning for the season ahead, it will be a chance for the coaches to look at the larger pool of players that will assist them in their strategies, including team selections.

    Along with these players, those cricketers, who have been in contention and have remained part of the Cricket Association squads in the previous seasons, have also been invited for the camps.

    The Cricket Association camps have commenced at the following centres:

    Balochistan – Bugti Cricket Stadium, Quetta
    Central Punjab – LCCA Ground, Lahore
    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa – Abbottabad Cricket Stadium
    Northern – Northern’s Home of Cricket, Islamabad
    Sindh – Hanif Mohammad High Performance Centre, Karachi
    Southern Punjab – Multan Cricket Stadium

    The following players will attend the CA pre-season training and preparation camps:

    Balochistan Cricket Association

    Players invited from the previous season - Abdul Nasir, Adnan Akmal, Akhtar Shah, Ali Rafiq, Atif Jabbar, Azeem Dar, Azizullah, Dawood Khan, Hayat Ullah, Israr Ahmed, Mohammad, Mohammad Ibrahim, Mohammad Shahid, Mohammad Talha, Nazar Hussain, Rameez Raja jnr, Salahuddin, Shehzad Tareen, Taimur Khan, Usama Mir, Zainullah

    Players invited from the CCA Tournament - Abdul Hanan, Abdul Mutalib, Abdul Nasir, Abid Ali Mengal, Adnan Iqbal, Aftab Ahmad, Aqib Junaid, Bakhtiar Ahmed Shah, Dawood Khan, Ehsan Ullah, Elahi Bux, Fahad Hussain, Faheem Younis, Hidayatullah, Kaleemullah, Mohammad Javed, Muhammad Ibrahim Snr, Muhammad Idrees, Muhammad Imran, Muhammad Irfan, Muhammad Shahid, Najeeb Ullah, Nasir Ali, Nasir Khan, Nizam Uddin, Obaid Ullah Jri, Qutub Ud Din, Rasool Bakhsh, Salim Mal, Sana Ullah, Shoaib Ahmed, Syed Ahmed Shah, Syed Zain Ullah, Syed Zainullah, Usama Khalil, Zubair Khan

    Central Punjab Cricket Association

    Players invited from the previous season - Abubakar Khan, Ali Manzoor, Atiq-ur-Rehman, Fahad Usman, Farhan Khan, Haseeb-ur- Rehman, Mohammad Faiq, Nisar Ahmed, Noman Anwar, Salman Fayyaz, Shahid Nawaz, Zohaib Amanat, Zubair Khan

    Players invited from the CCA tournament - Abdul Ghaffar, Ali Hamza Snr, Anas Mehmood, Asad Ali Jnr, Asad Raza, Gohar Hafeez Butt, Haider Ali, Hamza Akbar, Hassan Mehmood, Ihrsan Ali, Jahanazaib Naveed, Kashif Jawed, M Abuzar Ghaffari, M Ahsan, M Tabraz, Mohammad Faizan, Mohammad Huraira, Mudassar Riaz, Muhammad Abdul Samad, Muhammad Abubakar, Muhammad Afzal, Muhammad Ali, Muhammad Irfan Jnr, Muhammad Nauman Butt, Muhammad Saleem, Muhammad Umair Riaz, Muhammad Waheed, Sadaqat Ali, Shahzaib Bhatti, Sharukh Ali, Sohaib Ullah, Usman Khalid, Yawar Bashir, Zeeshan Mushtaq

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cricket Association

    Players invited from the previous season - Abdul Rauf, Asad Afridi, Gohar Ali, Haris Khan, Khalilullah, Maaz Sadaqat, Mohammad Ali, Mohammad Amir Khan, Mohammad Arif Shah, Mohammad Asad, Mohammad Irfan Khan, Mohammad Khayyam, Mohammad Mohsin, Mohammad Naeem Snr, Mohammad Sarwar Afridi, Mohammad Umar Burki, Nabi Gul, Nasir Faraz, Salman Khan Jnr, Samiullah Jnr, Waqar Ahmad

    Players invited from the CCA tournament - Aitizaz Habib Khan, Arslan Sajjad, Asif Ali, Farhan Khan, Fawad Malook, Fazlur Rehman, Haroon Khan, Hasnain Ali Shah, Imtiaz Khan, Junaid Khan Afridi, Jahanzaib Khan, Khayyam Khan, M Amir Azmat, Mahmood, Mamoon Khan, Mashal Khan, Muhammad Arif, Muhammad Bilal, Muhammad Ibrahim (Kohat), Muhammad Ibrahim (Swabi), Muhammad Sarwar, Muhammad Tahir, Muhammad Wasim Khan, Nizar Ali, Noor Sahib, Sajjad Ali, Saqib Jameel, Sarmad Khattak, Syad Fahad Shah, Waseem Akhtar, Yasir Khan, Zeshan Tahir

    Northern Cricket Association

    Players invited from the previous season - Amad Butt, Babar Khaliq, Hasan Raza, Mohammad Aamir Shah, Muhammad Ismail Khan, Naveed Malik, Nihal Mansoor, Raja Farhan, Raja Farzan Khan, Raza Hassan , Sadaf Hussain, Shiraz Khan , Syed Tauseeq Shah, Taimur Khan, Umar Waheed, Zaid Alam, Zaman Khan

    Players invited from the CCA Tournament - Abdul Rashid Minhas, Abdul Shakoor, Adil Shabbir Mirza, Ajab Khan, Aqib Liaqat, Badr Ud Din, Hamza Arshad, Hamza Majeed, Javed Khan, Kashif Ali, M Hussain, M Rehan Arif, M. Hammad Khan, M.Jibran, Malik Aswad, Muhammad Aamir, Muhammad Ajmal, Muhammad Faisal, Nadeem Sikander, Naqash Basharat, Naqi Raza, Noman Khalid, Qazi Arbqan, Raheel Wakeel, Rohaan Qadri, Saad Khan, Sarmad Hameed, Shahab Ur Rehman, Shahid Ahmed, Shoiab Amir, Syed Aqib Shah, Talha Qureshi, Tanvir Abbass Shah

    Sindh Cricket Association

    Players invited from the previous season - Abdullah Mukaddam, Adeel Malik, Amir Ali, Ashar Qureshi, Azizullah, Ghulam Mudassar, Ibtisam Sheikh, Jahid Ali, Mohammad Waqas, Muhammad Makki, Muhammad Tariq Khan, Ruman Raees, Shahzar Muhammad, SM Tahami, Waleed Ahmed

    Players from the CCA tournament - Aamir Brohi, Aashir Ahmed Siddiqui, Ahsan Sultan, Ali Shah, Asif Mehmood, Bilal Irshad, Daniyal Hussain Rajput, Hamza Ghanchi, Hassan Mohsin, Imtiaz Leghari, Israr ul Haq, Jahanzaib Sultan, Junaid Ilyas, Kashif Khan, Khuzaima Bin Tanveer, Mohsin Raza, Muhammad Afzal, Muhammad Asad malik, Muhammad Farooq, Muhammad Shahid Mihrani, Muhammad Suleman, Muhammad Tariq Khan, Mushtaq Ahmed Kalhoro, Nadir Shah, Rao Sajjid Ali, Raza Mahar, Rehman Ghani, Saddam Hussain, Shahzar Hasan Khan, Syed haider Abbas Zaidi, Usman Khan, Zafar Ali

    Southern Punjab Cricket Association

    Players invited from the previous season - Ahmar Ashfaq, Asif Fawad, Bilawal Bhatti, Hamza Akbar, Haris Bashir, Haris Javed, Mehboob Ahmed, Mohammad Ali Khan, Mohammad Irfan (Lahore), Mohammad Irfan Jnr (Nankana Sahib), Mohammad Irfan Snr, Mohammad Rameez Jnr, Sadaif Mehdi, Yousaf Babar, Zohaib Afridi

    Players from the CCA tournament - Abdul Rehman, Abdul Rehman, Abdullah Hamdani, Afraseem Hussain, Ali Husnain, Ali Majid, Ali Umer, Ammar Ali, Faizan Zafar, Farhan Sarfaraz, Humayun Altaf, Jahanzaib Khan, Jawad Hussain, Kaleem Ullah, Khubaib Ahmad, M. Sharoon Siraj, Mansoor Ali, Moin Ud Din, Mughira Shoaib, Muhammad Jahangir, Muhammad Junaid, Muhammad Rameez, Muhammad Shahriyar, Muhammad Sudais, Muhammad Umair, Muhammad Umar Fraz, Muhammad Zahir Siddiq, Rizwan Haider, Shahbaz Khan, Usman Liaqat, Waleed Iqbal, Waqar Hussain, Waqar Ul Hasan, Waseem Mahmood, Yousuf Babar, Zain Ul Abdeen, Zia Ul Haq
    Any Baloch cricketer to look out for?

    I Remember Nasir khan from the list he is from Loralai i remember he scored 102 i think against Sialkot in national t20 if i remember correctly and he was top run scorer in U-19 during when Babar azam was 13th in list of U-19 cricket run scorers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b.lesner View Post
    Any Baloch cricketer to look out for?

    I Remember Nasir khan from the list he is from Loralai i remember he scored 102 i think against Sialkot in national t20 if i remember correctly and he was top run scorer in U-19 during when Babar azam was 13th in list of U-19 cricket run scorers.
    18 years old Abdul Bangalzai, not in the camp but played for Balochistan in last season. Currently with the Pak U19 team as well and will probably play in 2022 U19 WC. Bismillah Khan is already an established player at domestic level (again not in the camp but, will be in the squad unless some other region drafts him). Abdul Nasir in the players called from CCA, an offie who can bat as well and represented QG in two seasons. Akhtar Shah 19 years old fast bowler who represented Pak U19 and Balochistan and mainly Balochistan 2nd xi last season is in the players called from last season.

    These are to mention some, there must be more from the CCA tournament. Its a camp to have look at the players before finalizing the squads of the regions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    Credit to the PCB for sorting out the schedule in advance.

    In the past, the fixtures used to be announced at the last minute which caused a lot of problems for players.
    The same should start happening for International calender. Maybe it hasn't been due where exactly matches will be played (Pakistan or UAE) but going forward, if the plan is to play in Pakisktan then they should set it in advance as such and put tickets on sale as early as possible for maximum attendance. Too often, you just see the scheduled dates come out 1-2 weeks before the tour begins which is absolutely nuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    PCB confirms schedule of 266-match 2021-22 domestic season

    • Season to commence with the T20 tournaments, followed by red-ball versions of the game before culminating with 50-over Pakistan Cup

    • Cricket Associations to field two sides each in the U16 and U19 competitions as the PCB aims to provide maximum exposure and opportunities to future stars; U13 event returns

    • 2021-22 season matches to be held in Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Muridke, Quetta, Rawalpindi, Sheikhupura and Sialkot

    • “With the amount of international cricket across all three formats scheduled in the 2021-22 season and beyond, the upcoming domestic season will prove to be a pathway for all those aspiring to serve Pakistan cricket and making a name at the international level,” says Director – High Performance, Nadeem Khan

    Lahore, 9 August 2021:

    Pakistan Cricket Board today announced the schedule of 2021-22 domestic cricket season in which it will hold 10 tournaments, comprising 266 matches. In the 2020-21 season, the PCB had organised 220 matches in nine tournaments to become the only cricket board to deliver a complete domestic schedule.

    Domestic competitions in the 2021-22 season are separate to the home international matches against New Zealand, England, West Indies and Australia, and the HBL Pakistan Super League, which will be held between September 2021 and March 2022.

    Not added to the 2021-22 domestic matches are the ongoing two-day CCA tournament matches, which commenced on 16 July and will conclude on 22 August, and the CCA U19 tournament that will begin on 1 September. The two tournaments are designed to provide opportunities to the outstanding performers to graduate to the Cricket Association sides for the senior and pathway competitions in the PCB Domestic Season 2021-22.

    The additional matches in the forthcoming domestic circuit have been added in pathways cricket for which the PCB has allowed the six Cricket Associations to field two sides each in the U16 and U19 tournaments.

    This means 12 sides will feature in the 62-match National U19 three-day championship and One-Day Cup, which will run side by side, from 3 October to 12 November in Gujranwala, Islamabad, Muridke, Rawalpindi and Sialkot.

    Another 12 sides will take part in the 31-match National U16 Cup from 8 to 19 March 2022 with Rawalpindi hosting the single-league competition.

    The National U13 One-Day Cup has returned to the national circuit after missing out last year due to Covid-19 pandemic. This single-league event will be held in Faisalabad from 8 to 18 February 2022.

    Director High Performance, Nadeem Khan: “For the 2021-22 age-group cricket season, each Cricket Association will be allowed to field two U16 and U19 sides so that we can increase the pool of players at the grassroots level with a focus on providing more opportunities and exposure to our next generation of cricketers.

    “This strategy is aligned to the Cricket Associations planning of reviving clubs, schools and universities cricket within their jurisdictions with the best players getting opportunities to express their talent in national tournaments.

    “In the U16 and U19 competitions, the players will be provided the same environment as in senior cricket which will help in their overall development as professional cricketers.”

    The 2021-22 season will kick-off with the eight-day Cricket Associations T20 tournament on 15 September in which the six second XI Cricket Association sides will go head to head in the shortest format of the game in Quetta.

    The National T20, featuring country’s best shortest format players, will be held from 25 September to 13 October. Eighteen first round matches will be held in Multan, while the remaining 15 matches, including the two semi-finals and the final, will be held in Lahore.

    Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, a jewel in the crown of Pakistan’s domestic events, will commence on 20 October. The first half of the 10-round single-league competition will be held in Multan, Faisalabad and Lahore. The event will then move to Karachi where it will culminate with the five-day final from 29 December.

    The three-day double-league Cricket Associations Championship for second XIs will be held from 28 September to 14 November, while the 50-over single-league Cricket Associations Challenge for second XIs will be played from 19 to 27 November. Both the tournaments will be held in Faisalabad, Lahore and Sheikhupura.

    Curtains will fall on the 2021-22 season in Lahore on 30 March 2022 with the final of the Pakistan Cup One-Day Tournament, which will get underway on 25 February and will be played on a double-league format. The other two event venues will be Faisalabad and Multan.

    Nadeem Khan: “We are excited to confirm a quality-based and competitive cricket season, which will not only test the skills, technique and fitness of professional cricketers but will help the selectors and coaches identify top performers for their inclusion in the national framework.

    “With the amount of international cricket across all three formats scheduled in the 2021-22 season and beyond, the upcoming season will prove to be a pathway for all those aspiring to serve Pakistan cricket and making a name at the international level.

    “This, like the previous season, will be a tough one that will test the cricketers to their limits. But that’s exactly what we want. We want to see our domestic system produce mentally and physically tough players who can perform in any condition against any opposition.

    “Most of the first XI matches will be televised and promoted digitally, meaning no performance can be ignored or overlooked.

    “Like the previous season, the PCB will not only create playing opportunities for these players but will also provide them quality playing facilities as well as international standard lodging and boarding so they can produce their best performances. If we want our domestic system to be robust, competitive and valued, then we need to make sure we cater for all these basic requirements, which in the past have fallen through the cracks.”

    Details on the tournament schedule, squads and match official appointments will be released in the lead up to the events.

    Schedule (subject to any late changes):

    First XI competitions

    National T20 (six teams, 33 matches) – 25 September-13 October
    Quaid-e-Azam Trophy (six teams, 31 matches) – 20 October-29 December
    Pakistan Cup (six teams, 33 matches) – 25 February-30 March 2022

    Second XI competitions

    Cricket Associations T20 (six teams, 15 matches) – 15-22 September
    Cricket Associations Championship (three-day) (six teams, 30 matches) – 28 September-14 November
    Cricket Associations Challenge (50 overs) (six teams, 15 matches) – 19-27 November

    Pathway competitions

    National U19 Championship (three-day) and Cup (one-Day) (12 teams, 62 matches) - (3 October--12 November)
    National U16 Cup (One-Day) (12 teams, 31 matches) – 8-19 March 2022
    National U13 Cup (One-Day) (16 matches) – 8-18 February 2022
    Not enough 4 day games for the 1st X1s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Not enough 4 day games for the 1st X1s
    the national t20 cup should be run concurrently on saturday with 4 day games from monday to thursday withs season extended to 15 games for each team (play each other 3 times).

    either that or organise some A-cricket 4 day games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElRaja View Post
    the national t20 cup should be run concurrently on saturday with 4 day games from monday to thursday withs season extended to 15 games for each team (play each other 3 times).

    either that or organise some A-cricket 4 day games.
    Some good ideas

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    The Pakistan Cricket Board today announced coaches for the 42 sides across six Cricket Associations for the 266-match 2021-22 domestic season.

    The appointments have been made after carrying out a 360-degree comprehensive performance review process, keeping in view the needs of the upcoming players across all rungs of the game and to further upskill the coaches by challenging them in different environments. A number of coaches who had favourable performance assessments are rewarded with promotions, while some coaches have been awarded the opportunity to step up to head coaching at various levels.

    The coaches were primarily assessed around two key objectives

    • Putting their team in contention to win
    • Development of players

    After leading Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to all three titles – Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, National T20 Cup and Pakistan Cup – in the 2020-21 season, former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq has been tasked with leading the coaching staff of Central Punjab’s First XI, which includes former Pakistan internationals Akram Raza and Humayun Farhat – both promoted to First XI from Central Punjab’s Second XI coaching set-up – as assistant and fielding coaches.

    Shahid Anwar, who coached Central Punjab First XI in the last season, has been appointed as the head coach of Southern Punjab First XI. His staff includes Aizaz Cheema and Irfan Fazil as assistant and fielding coaches.

    For the 2021-22 domestic season, Abdul Rehman has moved to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after heading the Southern Punjab coaching staff. The seasoned coach is joined by Riffatullah Mohmand and Muhammad Siddiq as his assistant and fielding coaches.

    Ijaz Ahmed Jnr is appointed as the head coach of Northern’s First XI team. Ijaz, a former international batter with more than 13,000 runs and 171 scalps in first-class cricket, has coached Central Punjab First XI in the 2019-20 domestic season. He is joined by former Pakistan fast bowler Samiullah Niazi, who was the assistant coach of Central Punjab First XI last season, and Fahad Akram, who earns promotion to Northern First XI after serving as assistant coach of the Cricket Association’s U19 team last season, as a fielding coach.

    Former Pakistan batters Basit Ali and Faisal Iqbal will continue in their roles as head coaches of Sindh and Balochistan First XI teams.

    At Sindh, Mohammad Masroor replaces Iqbal Imam, who moves to Southern Punjab Second XI as a head coach, as the assistant coach and Hanif Malik, last season’s Sindh U19 assistant coach, has earned a promotion and will be the fielding coach of the First XI team.

    Balochistan’s assistant coach, along with the head coach of Southern Punjab’s U19 and U16 sides, will be appointed following a merit-based, robust recruitment process. Hussain Khosa will continue as Balochistan First XI’s fielding coach.

    The 360-degree review process was carried out by Grant Bradburn, the head of high performance coaching at the National High Performance Centre, following which he submitted his recommendations to Director – High Performance, which were subsequently approved by the Chief Executive.

    Grant Bradburn: “It is very important that we continue to upskill our coaches by providing them constructive feedback regularly, while challenging them in different environments, which we are hopeful will continue to grow our coaches to become contenders for Pakistan roles in the future.

    “This will not only help us in boosting our pool of Pakistan coaching candidates, but also develop strong self-reliant players by learning from multiple coaches who are ready to take on different challenges from the early stages of their careers.

    “Abdul Razzaq had a fantastic debut season as a head coach and as such he has been asked to take up the coaching role of the Central Punjab’s side. This move will bring new challenges for Razzaq and I have no doubts that he will embrace them.

    “The same logic was behind our decision to appoint Shahid Anwar and Abdul Rehman, who are the two experienced, valuable assets in our coach pathway, with the Southern Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa sides, respectively. Under the guidance of Shahid, Central Punjab scripted one of the most incredible tales in first-class cricket by staging an epic comeback in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy to share the silverware with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Under Rehman, Southern Punjab played the final of the National T20 Cup after putting up a miraculous run-chase in the semi-final and he had been with the side for two years.

    “Basit Ali and Faisal Iqbal coached the First XI teams for the first time in the last season and have been given another season with Sindh and Balochistan as they continue to build their sides. We remain invested in supporting them, while they establish themselves as coaches who can create a winning environment, while exposing our players to rich learning.”

    Director – High Performance Nadeem Khan: “I want to congratulate everyone who has been appointed as a coach for what promises to be an exciting and action-packed 2021-22 domestic cricket season. These merit-based appointed have been made after considering the demands of our ever-evolving sport.

    “Many coaches have earned promotions based on their performances in the 2020-21 season. As it is the case for the cricketers, this set-up also provides a clear pathway to the coaches to graduate to the top-level as we continue to strive to develop a strong pool of coaching staff.

    “This year, there is also an increase in the number of coaches at the domestic level with every Cricket Association fielding two U19 and U16 teams. This move will continue to generate opportunities for former cricketers, after we appointed coaches for the 93 City Cricket Association teams, to remain attached to the game by taking up coaching roles, which is in harmony with our objective to create more and more employment opportunities for our former cricketers.

    “To further challenge our coaches at the top-level, we have shuffled the First XI coaching panel. As it was promised last year that the PCB will continue to benefit from Ijaz Ahmed Jnr’s vast experience, he has returned to First XI coaching set-up as the head coach of Northern after that position was vacated by Muhammad Wasim following his appointment as the chief selector of our national men’s side.

    “I am hopeful that these changes will further enhance the quality of cricket at top-tier and we will continue to expand and strengthen our pool of coaches.”

    The team managers will be announced in due course.

    Cricket Association coaches (2021-22 domestic season)

    Balochistan

    First XI – Faisal Iqbal (head coach), To be appointed (assistant coach), Hussain Khosa (fielding coach)
    Second XI – Habib Baloch (head coach), Shoaib Khan (assistant coach)
    U19 Red – Aslam Sheikh (head coach), Mazhar Deenari (assistant coach)
    U19 Blue – Hussain Khosa (head coach), Aqil Baloch (assistant coach)
    U16 Red – Raj Hans (head coach), Sher Hassan Jogazai (assistant coach)
    U16 Blue – Shoaib Khan (head coach), Qamar din (assistant coach)
    U13 – Aman ullah Dehpal (head coach), Barkat Ali (assistant coach)

    Central Punjab

    First XI – Abdul Razzaq (head coach), Akram Raza (assistant coach), Humayun Farhat (fielding coach)
    Second XI – Wasim Haider (head coach), Aamir Sajjad (assistant coach)
    U19 Red – Humayun Farhat (head coach), Khurram Shehzad (assistant coach)
    U19 Blue – Muhammad Ashraf (head coach), Ashraf Ali (assistant coach)
    U16 Red – Muhammad Ashraf (head coach), Intikhab Alam (assistant coach)
    U16 Blue – Humayun Farhat (head coach), Mansoor Amjad (assistant coach)
    U13 – Khurram Shehzad (head coach), Faisal Khan (assistant coach)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

    First XI – Abdul Rehman (head coach), Riffatullah Mohmand (assistant coach), Muhammad Siddiq (fielding coach)
    Second XI – Aftab Khan (head coach), Muhammad Aslam Qureshi (assistant coach)
    U19 Red – Saqib Faqir (head coach), Muhammad Siddiq (assistant coach)
    U19 Blue – Sajid Shah (head coach), Shoaib Khan (assistant coach)
    U16 Red – Muhammad Siddiq (head coach), Saqib Faqir (assistant coach)
    U16 Blue – Jamaluddin (head coach), Waqar Ahmed (assistant coach)
    U13 – Waqar Ahmed (head coach), Ahmed Said (assistant coach)

    Northern

    First XI – Ijaz Ahmed Jnr (head coach), Sami Ullah Niazi (assistant coach), Fahad Akram (fielding coach)
    Second XI – Fahad Masood (head coach), Afaq Raheem (assistant coach)
    U19 Red – Hafiz Majeed (head coach), Fahad Akram (assistant coach)
    U19 Blue – Kamran Khan (head coach), Jawad Hameed Haq (assistant coach)
    U16 Red – Saeed Anwar Jnr (head coach), Tahir Mehmood (assistant coach)
    U16 Blue – Raheel Majeed (head coach), Hafiz Majeed (assistant coach)
    U13 – Mujahid Hameed (head coach), Haseeb Azam (assistant coach)

    Sindh

    First XI – Basit Ali (head coach), Mohammad Masroor (assistant coach), Hanif Malik (fielding coach)
    Second XI – Ghulam Ali Ansari (head coach), Zafar Iqbal (assistant coach)
    U19 Red – Azam Khan (head coach), Hanif Malik (assistant coach)
    U19 Blue – Tahir Mehmood (head coach), Syed Mohtashim Ali (assistant coach)
    U16 Red – Zafar Iqbal (head coach), Asim Rizvi (assistant coach)
    U16 Blue – Saeed Bin Nasir (head coach), Naeem Tayyeb (assistant coach)
    U13 – Rizwan Qureshi (head coach), Abid Ali Qureshi (assistant coach)


    Southern Punjab

    First XI – Shahid Anwar (head coach), Aizaz Cheema (assistant coach), Irfan Fazil (fielding coach)
    Second XI – Syed Iqbal Imam (head coach), Zahoor Elahi (assistant coach)
    U19 Red – Bilal Ahmed (head coach), Azhar Shafiq (assistant coach)
    U19 Blue – To be appointed (head coach), Irfan Fazil (assistant coach)
    U16 Red – Zulfiqar Babar (head coach), Rehan Rafiq (assistant coach)
    U16 Blue – To be appointed (head coach), Bilal Ahmed (assistant coach)
    U13 – Masood Anwar (head coach), Aamer Atta (assistant coach)


    Question marks over the coaching courses taken by Pakistan cricketers are rising as many individuals with suspicious qualifications are affiliated with different teams and are part of the country’s current cricket system.

    According to details, a doctor in England had given coaching courses to several Pakistani cricketers for monetary benefits in the past. These courses were not recognised by the current Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) but during the tenure of Director National Cricket Academies Mudassar Nazar, many of these suspicious courses were approved in order to fast-track former cricketers into the coaching setup. Many individuals benefited from the move and are still enjoying roles in domestic teams.

    Recently, the National Cricket Academy was renamed the National High Performance Center (NHPC) and Nadeem Khan replaced Mudassar Nazar as the director. Sources have claimed that the Director of the NHPC, Nadeem, had failed a level-three course in 2012 after not submitting an assignment.

    Meanwhile, Samiullah Niazi had failed the second assignment of a level-two course and could not succeed in a second attempt either. He is currently occupying a coaching role in the Northern Association first XI.

    Abdul Rehman does not have extensive experience in first-class cricket but was appointed as the head coach of Peshawar due to his level-four coaching credentials.

    On the other hand, Abdul Razzaq holds a level-two coaching qualification and occupies the head coach position in the Central Punjab first XI.

    Level-four coaching qualification holder and former cricketer Wasim Haider, meanwhile, was given the charge of a second XI side.

    https://cricketpakistan.com.pk/en/ne...tan-cricketers


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    Pakistan Cricket Board today announced Central Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Northern, Sindh and Southern Punjab squads for the U19 City Cricket Association 50-over Tournament 2021-22.

    The tournament in the jurisdictions of Central Punjab, Northern, Sindh and Southern Punjab will begin on 5 September, while the event in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will get under way from 7 September. As regards the Balochistan event, age verification process of the players is ongoing and the squads along with the event schedule will be announced following the completion of the age verification process.

    The 50-over tournament has been designed to provide budding youngsters with an opportunity to not only impress the selectors for next year’s ICC U19 Cricket World Cup West Indies 2022, but also earn their nod for the PCB U19 three-day and one-day Championships 2021-22. The two domestic events will be played from 3 October to 12 November.

    The sides have been selected through a robust and merit-based open trials system, which were conducted by the national junior selection committee, national selectors and second XI head coaches. All the trials were filmed by the team analysts and took place in the presence of independent Cricket Association observers.

    As per the ICC’s eligibility criteria for the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup West Indies 2022, players born on or after 1 September 2002 will be eligible to get selected.

    The U19 50-over tournament is a continuation of the CCA two-day tournament, which were held across the country with an aim to provide the talented youngsters with a chance to shine in the pre-season tournaments. These events were organised by the PCB, taking into consideration that limited cricket activity at grassroots and CCA-level were held due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Like the CCA two-day tournament, the U19 50-over competition matches will be covered digitally.


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    When is the announcement of the other squads?

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    Absolute joke. Few weeks from start of National T20. No cricketer knows if he is picked or what team he will be picked by. Rubbish!

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    I think the teams have already been picked. It’s just not public information as of yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angrez Pakistani View Post
    I think the teams have already been picked. It’s just not public information as of yet.
    Yep bags of time just now before everything kicks off

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    Cricket Association squads for 2021-22 season announced

    • Local player representation in Balochistan’s squad increased to 55pc

    Lahore, 4 September 2021:

    The six Cricket Association squads for the 2021-22 domestic season have been unveiled. Each squad was selected by the head coach, chairperson and chief executive of the respective Cricket Association in the presence of national men’s chief selector Muhammad Wasim, Nadeem Khan, High Performance Director, Junaid Zia, Domestic Cricket General Manager and chief executives of the other Cricket Associations as observers.

    Each Cricket Association squad comprises 40 players – 32 of which will be awarded domestic contracts, to be announced in due course – along with 10 additional players. Every Cricket Association will name 16 players ahead of the First XI and Second XI tournaments, and these players can be transferred between the two teams.

    While majority of players from the 2020-21 domestic season were retained, the gaps in each of the six sides were plugged with top performers of the City Cricket Association tournaments, after head coaches had a close look at them in the pre-season training camps that were held last week at each of the six Cricket Associations.

    The selected players are:

    Balochistan – Aftab Ahmed (Loralai), Fahad Hussain (Jaffarabad), Mohammad Idrees (Quetta), Mohammad Javed (Pishin), Sana Ullah (Loralai), Shoaib Ahmed (Lasbela), Syed Zainullah (Pishin) and Tariq Jameel (Loralai)

    Central Punjab – Asad Ali Jnr (Hafizabad), Gohar Hafeez Butt, Haider Ali (both Lahore), Mohammad Faizan (Faisalabad), Mohammad Tabraiz (Sialkot), Mohammad Waheed (Lahore) and Mudassar Riaz (Faisalabad)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa – Aitzaz Habib Khan (Mardan), Farhan Khan (Mohmand), Khayyam Khan (Swabi), Mashal Khan (Haripur), Mohammad Ibrahim (Swabi), Mohammad Tahir (Bannu), Niaz Khan (Swat) and Yasir Khan (Bannu)

    Northern – Aqib Liaqat (Poonch), Asad Raza (Faisalabad), Hamza Arshad, Kashif Ali (both Rawalpindi), Sadaqat Ali (Faisalabad), Sarmad Hameed (Jhelum) and Zaman Khan (Mirpur)

    Sindh – Asif Mehmood (Hyderabad), Imtiaz Leghari (Khairpur), Junaid Ilyas, Khuzaima Bin Tanveer, Mohammad Afzal, Mohammad Shahid Mihrani (all four Karachi), Mushtaq Ahmed Kalhoro (Sukkur) and Usman Khan (Karachi)

    Southern Punjab – Ali Majid (Khanewal), Humayun Altaf (Lodhran), Kaleem Ullah (Layyah), Mohammad Sharoon Siraj (Sahiwal), Mohammad Jahangir (DG Khan), Mohammad Shahriyar and Mohammad Sudais (both Muzzafargarh) and Moin-ud-Din (Bahawalpur)

    This move is in line with the PCB’s policy of incentivising and rewarding top performers at each rung of domestic cricket and setting a clear pathway for graduation to the next level.

    The head coaches of the six Cricket Associations, who served as lead selectors of their sides, retained the core players, following which the remaining players were sent to a selection pool from where they were picked by other teams.

    Balochistan’s squad includes 55 per cent local players, which is a jump by 10 per cent from the last season as the PCB continues its efforts to develop the game in the province and provide opportunities to the youth to establish their careers as cricketers.

    In line with the promotion of the sport in the province, the PCB will commence the 2021-22 season from Quetta’s picturesque Bugti Stadium with the Cricket Associations T20 tournament starting on 15 September.

    The six squads will gather at the major centres in their jurisdictions for the pre-season camp from Sunday.

    Balochistan will have their camp at Quetta’s Bugti Stadium, Central Punjab’s will be conducted at LCCA Ground, Lahore, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s at Abbottabad Cricket Stadium, Northern’s at House of Northern, Islamabad, Sindh’s at National Stadium, Karachi and Southern Punjab’s at Multan Cricket Stadium.

    Balochistan head coach Faisal Iqbal: “The CCA tournament provided a great opportunity to me to watch the upcoming cricketers of Balochistan and it helped me in further increasing the percentage of players in the squad. Last year, we had 45 per cent local players, which has now gone up to 55 per cent, which is a great sign for Balochistan cricket. Many of these top performers will be getting opportunities in the Second XI side, so when they reach the First XI team, they are well-prepared for the challenge, and can progress to Pakistan team.”

    Balochistan squad

    Abdul Hanan (Killa Abdullah), Abdul Nasir (Quetta), Abdul Rehman Muzammil (Multan), Abdul Wahid Bangalzai (Quetta), Aftab Ahmed (Loralai), Akbar-ur-Rehman (Karachi), Akif Javed (Kohat), Ali Waqas (Sargodha), Amad Butt (Sialkot), Awais Zia (Chakwal), Ayyaz Tassawar (Sheikhupura), Azeem Ghumman (Karachi), Bismillah Khan (Quetta), Fahad Hussain (Jaffarabad), Fahad Iqbal (Karachi), Gohar Faiz (Quetta), Gulraiz Sadaf (Vehari), Haris Sohail (Sialkot), Hayat Ullah (Peshawar), Hidayatullah (Quetta), Jalat Khan (Quetta), Junaid Khan (Swabi), Kashif Bhatti (Shaheed Benazirabad), Khurram Shehzad (Mandi Bahauddin), Mohammad Ibrahim Snr (Quetta), Mohammad Idrees (Quetta), Mohammad Javed (Pishin), Mohammad Junaid (Quetta), Mohammad Shahid (Dera Murad Jamali), Najeebullah Achakzai (Quetta), Raza-ul-Hasan (Karachi), Sana Ullah (Loralai), Shehbaz Khan (Quetta), Shoaib Ahmed (Lasbela), Syed Zainullah (Pishin), Taimur Ali (Jaffarabad), Taj Wali (Peshawar), Tariq Jameel (Loralai), Umaid Asif (Sialkot) and Zainullah (Quetta)

    Additional players: Abid Ali Mengal (Naseerabad), Aqib Junaid (Lasbela), Bakhtiar Ahmed Shah (Noshki), Ehsan Ullah (Killa Abdullah), Nasir Khan (Loralai), Nazar Hussain (Quetta), Nizam Uddin (Panjgur), Salim Mal (Lasbela), Syed Ahmed Shah (Noshki) and Zubair Khan (Jaffarabad)

    Central Punjab head coach Abdul Razzaq: “It will be an exciting challenge to coach Central Punjab after spending last year at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It was a great move to organise a camp of the top performers of the CCA tournament as it provided a fair and equal chance to all performers to display their skills and potential in front of coaches and it helped me in selecting promising players. I am confident that we have selected a squad that can outperform other sides in the season and I am eager to work on the skills of these players who can serve Pakistan in the future.”

    Central Punjab squad

    Abdullah Shafiq (Sialkot), Ahmed Bashir (Lahore), Ahmed Safi Abdullah (Faisalabad), Ahmed Shehzad (Lahore), Ali Shan (Faisalabad), Ali Zaryab (Lahore), Anas Mehmood (Lahore), Asad Ali Jnr (Hafizabad), Bilal Asif (Sialkot), Bilawal Iqbal (Lahore), Ehsan Adil (Gojra), Gohar Hafeez Butt (Lahore), Haider Ali (Lahore), Haseeb-ur- Rehman (Lahore), Hussain Talat (Lahore), Junaid Ali (Lahore), Kamran Afzal (Lahore), Kamran Akmal (Lahore), Mohammad Ali (Sialkot), Mohammad Faizan (Faisalabad), Mohammad Hafeez (Lahore), Mohammad Imran Dogar (Lahore), Mohammad Irfan Jnr (Sheikhupura), Mohammad Saad (Lahore), Mohammad Tabraiz (Sialkot), Mohammad Waheed (Lahore), Mudassar Riaz (Faisalabad), Muhammad Akhlaq (Gujranwala), Nisar Ahmed (Lahore), Qasim Akram (Lahore), Raza Ali Dar (Lahore), Rizwan Hussain (Faisalabad), Saad Nasim (Lahore), Saif Badar (Sialkot), Shoaib Malik (Sialkot), Sohaib Ullah (Sialkot), Umar Akmal (Lahore), Wahab Riaz (Lahore), Waqas Maqsood (Faisalabad) and Zafar Gohar (Lahore)

    Additional players: Abdul Ghaffar (Lahore), Abdul Samad (Faisalabad), Ali Hamza Snr (Hafizabad), Asfand Mehran (Lahore), Fahad Munir (Lahore), Irfan Khan Niazi (Mianwali), Mohammad Afzal (Kasur), Muhammad Saleem (Sheikhupura), Shahzaib Bhatti (Sialkot) and Yawar Bashir (Lahore)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa coach Abdur Rehman: “I have worked at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for 10 years and I am very excited to be returning to the players with whom I had been working after spending two years at Southern Punjab. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has maintained high standard of cricket throughout the last season as they won every First XI tournament. The region has produced exciting cricketers recently, and my philosophy of coaching here would be to enhance the skills of the youngsters and provide them opportunities so they can be fruitful for Pakistan cricket.”

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa squad

    Aamer Azmat (Peshawar), Adil Amin (Peshawar), Ahmed Jamal (Abbottabad), Aitizaz Habib Khan (Mardan), Arshad Iqbal (Swabi), Ashfaq Ahmed (Charsadda), Asif Afridi (Peshawar), Farhan Khan (Mohmand), Iftikhar Ahmed (Peshawar), Imran Khan snr (Peshawar), Irfanullah Shah (Bannu), Israrullah (Dir Lower ), Kamran Ghulam (Peshawar), Khalid Usman (Swabi), Khayyam Khan (Swabi), Mashal Khan (Haripur), Mehran Ibrahim (Peshawar), Mohammad Abbas Afridi (Peshawar), Mohammad Amir Khan (Swat), Mohammad Arif Shah (Mardan), Mohammad Haris (Peshawar), Mohammad Ibrahim (Swabi), Mohammad Imran (Swat), Mohammad Irfan Khan (Peshawar), Mohammad Khayyam (Swabi), Mohammad Mohsin Khan (Peshawar), Mohammad Sarwar Afridi (Peshawar), Mohammad Tahir (Bannu), Mohammad Wasim jnr (Peshawar), Musadiq Ahmed (Abbottabad), Nabi Gul (Nowshera), Niaz Khan (Swat), Rehan Afridi (Peshawar), Sahibzada Farhan (Peshawar), Sajid Khan (Peshawar), Sameen Gul (Peshawar), Saqib Jamil (Peshawar), Waqar Ahmad (Dir Lower), Yasir Khan (Bannu) and Zohaib Khan (Peshawar)

    Additional players: Arslan Sajjad (Abbottabad), Fazal-ur-Rehman (Kurram), Haris Khan (Charsadda) Junaid Khan Afridi (Khyber), Mahmood (Kurram), Mohammad Asad (Swabi), Mohammad Bilal (Mardan), Mohammad Wasim Khan (Bannu), Syed Fahad Shah (Mansehra) and Zeeshan Tahir (Dir Lower)

    Northern head coach Ijaz Ahmed Jnr: “Northern is rich of cricketing talent and it has produced some wonderful cricketers over the years. I am delighted to be coaching them for the upcoming season. We have been able to put together a well-balanced side for the upcoming season by keeping both red and white ball specialist players in the side. The camp of the CCA performers helped us in identification of young players in the region and it played a crucial role in helping me in having a close look at the upcoming cricketers, some of whom are selected for the 2021-22 season.”

    Northern squad

    Aamer Jamal (Islamabad), Ali Imran (Islamabad), Ali Sarfraz (Islamabad), Aqib Liaqat (Poonch), Asad Raza (Faisalabad), Asif Ali (Faisalabad), Ather Mehmood (Gujranwala), Faizan Riaz (Islamabad), Farhan Shafiq (Islamabad), Haider Ali (Attock), Hammad Azam (Attock), Hamza Arshad (Rawalpindi), Imad Wasim (Islamabad), Jamal Anwar (Rawalpindi), Kashif Ali (Rawalpindi), Kashif Iqbal (Karachi), Mohammad Amir (Lahore), Mohammad Huraira (Sialkot), Mubasir Khan (Rawalpindi), Munir Riaz (Rawalpindi), Musa Khan (Rawalpindi), Nasir Nawaz (Rawalpindi), Raza Hassan (Sialkot), Rohail Nazir (Islamabad), Sadaqat Ali (Faisalabad), Salman Irshad (Poonch), Sarmad Bhatti (Islamabad), Sarmad Hameed (Jhelum), Shadab Majeed (Mirpur), Sohail Akhter (Haripur), Sohail Tanvir (Rawalpindi), Taimur Sultan (Sargodha), Umair Masood (Rawalpindi), Umar Amin (Rawalpindi), Umar Waheed (Rawalpindi), Usman Khan Shinwari (Khyber Agency), Waqas Ahmed (Sialkot), Zaman Khan (Mirpur), Zeeshan Malik (Rawalpindi) and Ziad Khan (Rawalpindi)

    Additional players: Badr-ud-Din (Attock), Hasan Raza (Mirpur), Javed Khan (Muzaffarabad), Mohammad Aamer (Islamabad), Mohammad Ismail Khan (Rawalpindi), Naqi Raza (Rawalpindi), Shahid Ahmed (Mirpur), Shiraz Khan (Attock), Syed Aqib Shah (Rawalpindi) and Zaid Alam (Lahore)

    Sindh head coach Basit Ali: “The thought-process while putting together this squad was to fill in the gaps from the last season. We have strengthened our fast bowling and spin bowling departments as we have brought on board Zahid Mahmood and picked up young fast bowlers from the pre-training camp of the CCA top performers. My focus was to build a side which can turn around our red ball fortunes as we finished last in the last year’s first-class Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.”

    Sindh squad

    Ahsan Ali (Karachi), Ammad Alam (Karachi), Anwar Ali (Karachi), Arish Ali Khan (Karachi), Asad Shafiq (Karachi), Ashiq Ali (Karachi), Asif Mehmood (Hyderabad), Danish Aziz (Karachi), Ghulam Mudassar (Karachi), Hassan Mohsin (Karachi), Ibrar Ahmed (Karachi), Imtiaz Leghari (Khairpur), Jahanzaib Sultan (Karachi), Jahid Ali (Karachi), Junaid Ilyas (Karachi), Khurram Manzoor (Karachi), Khuzaima Bin Tanveer (Karachi), Mir Hamza (Karachi), Mohammad Afzal (Karachi), Mohammad Asghar (Karachi), Mohammad Hasan (Karachi), Mohammad Shahid Mihrani (Karachi), Mohammad Suleman (Mirpurkhas), Mohammad Taha (Karachi), Mohammad Umar (Karachi), Mushtaq Ahmed Kalhoro (Sukkur), Omair Bin Yousuf (Karachi), Rameez Aziz (Karachi), Saad Ali (Karachi), Saad Khan (Hyderabad), Saifullah Bangash (Karachi), Saim Ayub (Karachi), Saud Shakeel (Karachi), Shan Masood (Karachi), Sharjeel Khan (Hyderabad), Sohail Khan (Karachi), Syed Faraz Ali (Karachi), Tabish Khan (Karachi), Usman Khan (Karachi) and Zahid Mahmood (Dadu)

    Additional players: Aamir Brohi (Larkana), Aashir Ahmed Siddiqui (Karachi), Amir Ali (Dadu), Daniyal Hussain Rajput (Hyderabad), Mohammad Ali Khan (Karachi), Mohammad Asad Malik (Hyderabad), Mohammad Makki (Karachi), Rumann Raees/ Tariq Khan (Karachi), Shahzar Hasan Khan (Karachi) and Shehzar Mohammad (Karachi)

    Southern Punjab head coach Shahid Anwar: “It is another great challenge of my coaching career to move to Southern Punjab. The Southern Punjab region is full of rich talent. We have developed squad keeping in mind that we have to build teams with the right combination of youth and experienced cricketers.”

    Southern Punjab squad

    Aamer Yamin (Multan), Ahsan Baig (Multan), Ali Majid (Khanewal), Ali Shafiq (Sialkot), Ali Usman (Vehari), Dilbar Hussain (Faisalabad), Hassan Khan (Karachi), Humayun Altaf (Lodhran), Imran Rafiq (D.G Khan), Kaleem Ullah (Layyah), Khushdil Shah (Bannu), M. Sharoon Siraj (Sahiwal), Maqbool Ahmed (Sahiwal), Mohammad Abbas (Sialkot), Mohammad Azam Khan (Karachi), Mohammad Ilyas (Peshawar), Mohammad Irfan (SLA) (Lahore), Mohammad Junaid (Muzaffarghar), Mohammad Shahriyar (Muzzafargarh), Mohammad Sudais (Muzzafargarh), Mohammad Umair (Bahawalpur), Moin-ud-Din (Bahwalpur), Muhammad Imran (Khanewal), Mukhtar Ahmed (Sialkot), Naseem Shah (Lahore), Naved Yasin (Vehari), Rahat Ali (Multan), Rameez Alam (Sahiwal), Salahuddin (Lahore), Salman Ali Agha (Lahore), Sohaib Maqsood (Multan), Tayyab Tahir (Lahore), Umar Khan (Rawalpindi), Umar Siddiq Khan (Lahore), Usman Salahuddin (Lahore), Waqar Hussain (Okara), Yousaf Babar (Multan), Zain Abbas (Khanewal), Zeeshan Ashraf (Okara) and Zia ul Haq (Vehari)

    Additional players: Abdullah Hamdani (Muzzafargarh), Abdul Rehman (Bahawalnagar), Anas Mustafa (Lahore), Faizan Zafar (Layyah), Hamza Akbar (Lahore), Mohammad Basit (D.I.Khan), Mohammad Jahangir (DG Khan), Shahbaz Khan (Lodhran), Usman Liaqat (Sahiwal) and Waseem Mehmood (Bahawalnagar


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    Why are there no national team players in these squads? Abid Ali, Imran Butt, Fawad Alam et al.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Last Monetarist View Post
    Why are there no national team players in these squads? Abid Ali, Imran Butt, Fawad Alam et al.
    Same absolutely outraged by this, this was a good chance for players to get some practise before the Bangladesh tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElRaja View Post
    maybe make it like psl with play off and eliminator, so teams play 10 matches in main comp, and up to 3 extra in post season.

    so the better teams end up playing at least 12 matches a season, and you have a few more high pressure games.

    altho imo you should have 1 match at home, 1 away, and 1 neutral, for 15 total games. not many players can play a full season and with covid bubbles lots of fringe squad players dont get any test or FC cricket in a two month season.
    Quote Originally Posted by Last Monetarist View Post
    Why are there no national team players in these squads? Abid Ali, Imran Butt, Fawad Alam et al.
    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaibbtt View Post
    Same absolutely outraged by this, this was a good chance for players to get some practise before the Bangladesh tour.
    Calm down.

    Chances are that these are the list of regional players only who will be eligible for regional cricket association contracts.

    If you look closely anyone with a NATIONAL CONTRACT isn't included, which basically means that players with National contracts will be a part of the regional team as per their availability (when they are free from national duty).


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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymous_guy View Post
    Calm down.

    Chances are that these are the list of regional players only who will be eligible for regional cricket association contracts.

    If you look closely anyone with a NATIONAL CONTRACT isn't included, which basically means that players with National contracts will be a part of the regional team as per their availability (when they are free from national duty).
    Guys like Imran Butt and Abid should’ve been playing this given their poor form.

    The test players are free, next test tour is in November/December. Could’ve played a handful of games.
    Last edited by Shoaibbtt; 4th September 2021 at 13:30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaibbtt View Post
    Same absolutely outraged by this, this was a good chance for players to get some practise before the Bangladesh tour.
    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaibbtt View Post
    Guys like Imran Butt and Abid should’ve been playing this given their poor form.

    The test players are free, next test tour is in November/December. Could’ve played a handful of games.
    They will play.


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    Lots of Players are missing like Sadaf Hussain, the left arm chinaman Faisal Akram, Haider Ali Khan (karachi guy) , syed tauseek shah, Shahzaib Ahmed Khan and many more

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    PCB have clarified that: All centrally contracted players will be made part of the final squads


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    Quote Originally Posted by b.lesner View Post
    Lots of Players are missing like Sadaf Hussain, the left arm chinaman Faisal Akram, Haider Ali Khan (karachi guy) , syed tauseek shah, Shahzaib Ahmed Khan and many more
    How many players will they include!

    Six sides only so this was bound to happen


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    Can't see Shahnawaz Dahani anywhere, is he picked or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kazc View Post
    Can't see Shahnawaz Dahani anywhere, is he picked or not?
    http://www.pakpassion.net/ppforum/sh...3#post11284673

    PCB have stated that all those with central contracts will be part of the final squads - Dahani is one of them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    PCB have clarified that: All centrally contracted players will be made part of the final squads
    Are we to assume that these players will be part of their regular respective sides or is change likely?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaibbtt View Post
    Same absolutely outraged by this, this was a good chance for players to get some practise before the Bangladesh tour.
    I find it a bit mystifying that they have not named the international test players as part of any squad, it's probably a ruse to save some money but I can't see why the international players would cede to that proposition.

    It sends a wrong signal also to suggest that test players can somehow opt in and out of first-class matches. There are no international commitments for a while, these players should be regular members of their regional teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Last Monetarist View Post
    I find it a bit mystifying that they have not named the international test players as part of any squad, it's probably a ruse to save some money but I can't see why the international players would cede to that proposition.

    It sends a wrong signal also to suggest that test players can somehow opt in and out of first-class matches. There are no international commitments for a while, these players should be regular members of their regional teams.
    Absolutely.

    Imran Butt and Abid Ali with their poor form can use the practise plus it gives others the chance to continue their good form and to add to boot it gives time to get used to the kookaburra ball.

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    Thirteen Balochistan CCA U19 squads for 50-over tournament named

    • Balochistan-leg to commence from 9 September; squads and tournament schedule available here

    • As per the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2022 age criteria, players born on or after 1 September 2002 have been selected

    Lahore, 6 September 2021:

    Thirteen City Cricket Association sides of the Balochistan Cricket Association were announced today for the U19 City Cricket Association 50-over Tournament 2021-22, which will be held in the Balochistan province from 9 to 23 September.

    The tournaments in Central Punjab, Northern, Sindh and Southern Punjab are underway from 5 September, while the event in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will get underway from 7 September.

    The Balochistan event is commencing after the conclusion of the age verification process of the players. As per the ICC’s eligibility criteria for the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup West Indies 2022, players born on or after 1 September 2002 will be eligible for selection.

    The 50-over tournament has been designed to provide budding youngsters with an opportunity to not only impress the selectors for next year’s ICC U19 Cricket World Cup West Indies 2022, but also earn their nod for the National U19 Championship (three-day event) and National U19 Cup (one-day tournament). The two domestic events will be played from 3 October to 12 November.

    The sides have been selected through a robust and merit-based open trials system, which were conducted by the national junior selection committee, national selectors and second XI head coaches. All the trials were filmed by the team analysts and took place in the presence of independent Cricket Association observers.

    The U19 50-over tournament is a continuation of the CCA two-day tournament, which were held across the country with an aim to provide the talented youngsters with a chance to shine in the pre-season events. These events were organised by the PCB, taking into consideration that limited cricket activity at grassroots and CCA-level was held due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Like the CCA two-day tournament, the U19 50-over competition matches are covered digitally.


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    Squads for Cricket Associations T20 Cup announced

    • Event schedule available below

    • PCB to provide match reports

    • Urdu version of the media release is attached

    Lahore, 8 September 2021:

    The head coaches of the six Cricket Associations in consultation with second XI coaches have finalised the Second XI teams for the Cricket Associations T20 Cup, which begins on 15 September at the Bugti Stadium in Quetta.

    Defending champions Central Punjab, led by Saif Badar, will begin their campaign against Faraz Ali’s Sindh on the opening day of the tournament.

    Jalat Khan will lead Balochistan, while Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Northern will be led by Zohaib Khan and Umar Masood, respectively. Southern Punjab will be captained by Umar Siddique.

    Fifteen matches will be played across eight days in the single-league competition and the team which tops the table will be declared winners.

    The six teams will undergo Covid-19 rapid antigen test upon arrival on 11 September at a local hotel in Quetta.

    The squads and event schedule:

    Balochistan 2nd XI – Jalat Khan (captain), Awais Zia, Abdul Hanan, Abdul Nasir, Aftab Ahmed, Fahad Hussain, Fahad Iqbal, Gohar Faiz, Gulraiz Sadaf (WK), Hidayat Ullah (WK), M. Ibrahim Snr, M.Junaid, Mohammad Shahid, Najeeb Ullah Achakzai, Syed Zainullah and Taj Wali

    Central Punjab 2nd XI - Saif Badar (captain), Ahmed Abdullah Safi, Ali Shan, Asad Ali Jnr, Gohar Hafeez, Haseeb Ur Rehman, Junaid Ali, Kamran Afzal, M Faizan, M Irfan Jnr, Mudassar Riaz, Muhammad Imran Dogar, Muhammad Tabriaz Butt, Nisar Ahmed, Sohaib Ullah and Umar Akmal

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 2nd XI - Zohaib Khan (captain), Abbas Afridi, Ahmed Jamal, Aitizaz Habib, Amir Azmat, Maaz Khan, Mishal Khan, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Irfan Khan, Nabi Gul, Niaz Khan, Sajjad Ali, Saqib Jamil, Syed Arif Shah, Tahir Khan and Yasir Khan

    Northern 2nd XI - Umair Masood (captain), Aamir Jamal, Ali Imran, Aqib Liaqat, Asad Raza, Ather Mehmood, Mubasir Khan, Munir Riaz, Nasir Nawaz, Raza Hassan, Sadaqat Ali, Salman Irshad, Sarmad Bhatti, Taimoor Sultan, Zaman Khan and Zeeshan Malik

    Sindh 2nd XI - Faraz Ali (captain), Ammad Alam, Arish Ali Khan, Asif Mehmood, Ghulam Mudassir, Imtiaz Laghari, Jahanzaib Sultan, Mohammad Afzal (WK), Mohammad Asghar, Mohammad Umar, Rameez Aziz, Saad Khan, Saim Ayub, Shahid Meerani, Umair bin Yousuf (VC) and Usman Khan

    Southern Punjab 2nd XI - Umar Siddique (captain), Ahsan Baig, Ali Majid, Ali Shafique, Dilbar Hussain, Hassan Khan, Humayun Altaf, Kaleem Ullah, M Shahryar, M Sudais, Moinuddin, Mukhtar Ahmed, Shahroon Siraj, Tayyab Tahir, Umar Khan and Yousuf Babar

    Cricket Associations T20 schedule (all matches at Bugti Stadium in Quetta):

    15 Sep - Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; Central Punjab v Sindh

    16 Sep – Northern v Southern Punjab; Balochistan v Sindh

    17 Sep – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab; Balochistan v Central Punjab

    18 Sep – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh; Central Punjab v Southern Punjab

    19 Sep – Northern v Sindh; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Central Punjab

    20 Sep – Balochistan v Northern; Sindh v Southern Punjab

    21 Sep – Northern v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; Balochistan v Southern Punjab

    22 Sep – Northern v Central Punjab

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    The Pakistan Cricket Board today announced the schedule of six senior events, which will be played in the Pakistan Domestic Season 2021-22.

    Quetta’s Bugti Stadium will host the season opening Cricket Associations T20 from 15 September, while curtains will fall at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore with the final of the Pakistan Cup on 30 March 2022.

    Apart from these two senior tournaments, the PCB will stage the National T20, Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, Cricket Associations Championship and Cricket Associations Challenge. This means there will be 157 matches in the period from 15 September and 30 March, making 2021-22 a mouth-watering, exciting and competitive season of domestic cricket.

    The details and schedule of the pathways cricket, including the U13, U16 and U19 tournaments, will be announced in due course.

    The participants who are either fully vaccinated or have received their first jabs will be eligible to participate in the season. Each participant will undergo first PCR test at his place of residence three days prior to travel and will confine themselves to their homes until their scheduled travel.

    The PCB will conduct the second PCR test at the central station, subject to first negative test.

    During the tournament, Rapid Antigen tests will be carried out after every five days or when a team travels to a different destination, while random RT-PCR tests will be conducted at select events.

    Any participant, who tests positive in Antigen test will be isolated immediately and undergo a RT-PCR. If the test result is positive, then he will be quarantined for 10 days.

    At team hotels, the players will be allowed to visit designated areas with mask wearing and social distancing mandatory.

    Detailed PCB Covid-19 Protocols have been shared with the team managers who, with the support of the team physiotherapist, will be responsible for the implementation.

    Meanwhile, the PCB has also confirmed umpire and match referee panels for the senior events. The Elite match officials will be involved in the National T20, Quaid-e-Azam Trophy and Pakistan Cup, while the match officials in the Supplementary Panel will officiate Cricket Associations T20, Cricket Associations Championship and Cricket Associations Challenge matches.

    The Elite Match Referees for the 2021-22 season include Ali Naqvi, Iftikhar Ahmed, Mohammad Anees, Mohammad Iqbal Sheikh, Mohammad Javed Malik and Nadeem Arshad, while the Elite Umpires are: Aftab Hussain Gillani, Ahsan Raza, Asif Yaqoob, Faisal Khan Afridi, Ghaffar Kazmi, Imran Jawed, Nasir Hussain Snr, Qaiser Waheed, Rashid Riaz Waqar, Saqib Khan, Shozab Raza, Syed Imtiaz Iqbal, Waleed Yaqub and Zameer Haider.

    Match referees in the Supplementary Panel are Ahmer Saeed, Aleem Khan Moosa, Ali Gohar, Aziz ur Rehman, Kamran Chaudhry, Khalid Jamshed, Mohammad Aslam and Tanveer Afzal, while the Supplementary Umpires Panel comprise Abdul Moqeet, Ahmed Shahab, Alay Haider, Aslam Bareach, Farooq Ali Khan, Ghulam Sarwar, Kashif Sohail, Khalid Mehmood Snr, Majid Hussain, Mir Dad, Mohammad Asif, Mohammad Imran, Mohammad Sajid, Tariq Rasheed and Zulfiqar Jan.

    SCHEDULE OF SENIOR EVENTS 2021-22 (subject to any late changes)

    Cricket Associations T20 (all matches at Bugti Stadium, Quetta)

    15 Sep - Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; Central Punjab v Sindh
    16 Sep - Northern v Southern Punjab; Balochistan v Sindh
    17 Sep - Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab; Balochistan v Central Punjab
    18 Sep - Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh; Central Punjab v Southern Punjab
    19 Sep - Northern v Sindh; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Central Punjab
    20 Sep - Balochistan v Northern; Sindh v Southern Punjab
    21 Sep - Northern v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; Balochistan v Southern Punjab
    22 Sep - Northern v Central Punjab

    National T20 (Matches from 25 Sep-3 Oct at the Multan Cricket Stadium; matches from 6-13 Oct at the Gaddafi Stadium)

    25 Sep - Balochistan v Northern; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Central Punjab
    26 Sep - Balochistan v Southern Punjab; Northern v Sindh
    27 Sep - Balochistan v Central Punjab; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh
    28 Sep - Northern v Central Punjab; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab
    29 Sep - Sindh v Southern Punjab; Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
    30 Sep - Balochistan v Sindh; Northern v Southern Punjab
    1 Oct - Northern v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; Central Punjab v Southern Punjab
    2 Oct - Central Punjab v Sindh; Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
    3 Oct - Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Central Punjab; Balochistan v Northern
    6 Oct - Balochistan v Central Punjab; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh
    7 Oct - Northern v Sindh; Balochistan v Southern Punjab
    8 Oct - Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab; Northern v Central Punjab
    9 Oct - Sindh v Southern Punjab; Northern v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
    10 Oct - Northern v Southern Punjab; Central Punjab v Sindh
    11 Oct - Central Punjab v Southern Punjab; Balochistan v Sindh
    12 Oct - 1st semifinal (1 v 4); 2nd semi-final (2 v 3)
    13 Oct - Final

    Cricket Associations Championship (three-day)

    28-30 Sep - Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad; Central Punjab v Sindh, LCCA Ground, Lahore; Southern Punjab v Northern, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura
    3-5 Oct - Northern v Balochistan, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad; Sindh v Southern Punjab, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Central Punjab, LCCA Ground, Lahore
    8-10 Oct - Balochistan v Central Punjab, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura; Northern v Sindh, LCCA Ground, Lahore; Southern Punjab v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad
    13-15 Oct - Balochistan v Southern Punjab, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura; Sindh v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, LCCA Ground, Lahore; Central Punjab v Northern, Saeed Ajmal Academy, Faisalabad
    18-20 Oct - Sindh v Balochistan, Saeed Ajmal Academy, Faisalabad; Central Punjab v Southern Punjab, LCCA Ground, Lahore; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Northern, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura
    23-25 Oct - Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Balochistan, LCCA Ground, Lahore; Sindh v Central Punjab, Saeed Ajmal Academy, Faisalabad; Northern v Southern Punjab, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura
    28-30 Oct - Southern Punjab v Balochistan, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh, Saeed Ajmal Academy, Faisalabad; Northern v Central Punjab, LCCA Ground, Lahore
    2-4 Nov - Central Punjab v Balochistan, LCCA Ground, Lahore; Sindh v Northern, Saeed Ajmal Academy, Faisalabad; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura
    7-9 Nov - Balochistan v Northern, Saeed Ajmal Academy, Faisalabad; Southern Punjab v Sindh, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura; Central Punjab v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, LCCA Ground, Lahore
    12-14 Nov - Balochistan v Sindh, Saeed Ajmal Academy, Faisalabad; Southern Punjab v Central Punjab, LCCA Ground, Lahore; Northern v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura

    Quaid-e-Azam Trophy

    20-23 Oct - Balochistan v Sindh, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad; Central Punjab v Southern Punjab, Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Northern, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
    27-30 Oct - Balochistan v Southern Punjab, Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad; Central Punjab v Northern, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
    3-6 Nov - Balochistan v Central Punjab, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore; Northern v Sindhm Multan Cricket Stadium; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad
    10-13 Nov - Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore; Central Punjab v Sindh, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad; Northern v Southern Punjab, Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan
    17-20 Nov - Northern v Balochistan, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad; Southern Punjab v Sindh, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore; Central Punjab v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan
    24-27 Nov - Sindh v Balochistan, UBL Sports Complex, Karachi; Southern Punjab v Central Punjab, SBP Sports Complex, Karachi; Northern v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi
    30Nov 3 Dec - Southern Punjab v Balochistan, UBL Sports Complex; Sindh v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, SBP Sports Complex; Northern v Central Punjab, NBP Sports Complex
    6-9 Dec - Central Punjab v Balochistan, NBP Sports Complex; Sindh v Northern, UBL Sports Complex; Southern Punjab v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, SBP Sports Complex
    12-15 Dec - Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Balochistan, UBL Sports Complex; Sindh v Central Punjab, SBP Sports Complex; Southern Punjab v Northern, NBP Sports Complex
    18-21 Dec - Balochistan v Northern, SBP Sports Complex; Sindh v Southern Punjab, NBP Sports Complex; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Central Punjab, UBL Sports Complex
    25-29 Dec - Final National Stadium Karachi

    Cricket Associations Challenge (50-over)

    19 Nov - Balochistan v Northern, Saeed Ajmal Academy, Faisalabad; Southern Punjab v Sindh, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Central Punjab, LCCA Ground, Lahore
    21 Nov - Balochistan v Southern Punjab, Saeed Ajmal Academy, Faisalabad; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura; Northern v Central Punjab, LCCA Ground, Lahore
    23 Nov - Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura; Central Punjab v Sindh, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad; Northern v Southern Punjab, LCCA Ground, Lahore
    25 Nov - Balochistan v Sindh, LCCA Ground, Lahore; Central Punjab v Southern Punjab, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Northern, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad
    27 Nov - Balochistan v Central Punjab, LCCA Ground, Lahore; Northern v Sindh, Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Pakistan Cup

    25 Feb - Balochistan v Northern, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore; Southern Punjab v Sindh, Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Central Punjab, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad
    28 Feb - Balochistan v Southern Punjab, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh, Multan Cricket Stadium, Northern v Central Punjab, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad
    3 Mar - Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Multan Cricket Stadium, Central Punjab v Sindh, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore; Northern v Southern Punjab, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad
    6 Mar - Balochistan v Sindh, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad; Central Punjab v Southern Punjab, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Northern, Multan Cricket Stadium
    9 Mar - Balochistan v Central Punjab, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad; Northern v Sindh, Multan Cricket Stadium; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
    12 Mar Balochistan v Sindh, Multan Cricket Stadium; Central Punjab v Southern Punjab, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Northern, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
    15 Mar - Balochistan v Southern Punjab, Multan Cricket Stadium; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore; Northern v Central Punjab, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad
    18 Mar - Balochistan v Central Punjab, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad; Northern v Sindh, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab, Multan Cricket Stadium
    21 Mar - Balochistan v Northern, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad; Southern Punjab v Sindh. Multan Cricket Stadium; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Central Punjab, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
    24 Mar - Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore; Central Punjab v Sindh, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad; Northern v Southern Punjab, Multan Cricket Stadium
    27 Mar - 1st semi-final, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
    28 Mar - 2nd semi-final, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
    30 Mar - Final , Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore


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    The six Cricket Association Second XI sides will feature in the opening event of the 2021-22 domestic season with the Cricket Associations T20 Tournament beginning on Wednesday.

    The single-league tournament will be played at the Bugti Stadium in Quetta from 15 to 22 September. Two matches will be played on each day other than the final day of the tournament. The first match will start at 0930 while the second match will begin at 1330.

    The eight-day tournament will provide a perfect opportunity to budding youngsters to showcase their talent and get a chance to feature in the forthcoming National T20 Cup (First XI) to be played in Multan and Lahore from 25 September to 13 October.

    Another incentive for cricketers who have domestic contracts is the increase of PKR 100,000 in monthly retainers. The announcement was made by recently elected Chairman PCB Ramiz Raja in a press conference in Lahore on Monday.

    Central Punjab who won the Cricket Associations T20 last year will be looking to defend the title under Saif Badar when they take on Faraz Ali’s Sindh on the opening day.

    The captains of the participating teams expressed their delight over Chairman PCB’s monthly retainer increase announcement and talked about their preparations and combinations ahead of the tournament.

    Jalat Khan, Balochistan 2nd XI: “We had good practice sessions before the tournament. Our squad is balanced with good utility players in the side, but we will rely on our bowlers to restrict the opposing teams to help us do well in the tournament.

    “Chairman PCB’s announcement for increase in monthly-retainers for cricketers with domestic contracts will create a good healthy competition among the players to do well.”

    Saif Badar, Central Punjab 2nd XI: “The incentive announced by the Chairman PCB is really great for us, this will help us stay motivated and become more focused towards the game. The preparations for the tournament is really good, the players have worked really hard in the practice sessions and we are looking to play fearless game and defend our title.

    “Our combination is good, covering all bases of batting and bowling departments. We have three all-rounders in our team which are very vital for us in the T20 format.”

    Zohaib Khan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 2nd XI: “The increase in monthly-retainers announced for cricketers with domestic contracts will help players to work more on their fitness to compete at the international level.

    “The players at our region play attacking cricket so we are looking forward to play our brand of cricket and win this tournament.

    “Our combination for the tournament is good with mixture of senior and young players in the squad. We have some young players who will be playing for the first time in this tournament and they have showed some great skill work in the camp.”

    Umair Masood, Northern 2nd XI: “The players had good practice sessions in the camp organised before the start of the season. We have a young squad as compared to other teams in the tournament and the players are really excited to perform to their best.”

    Faraz Ali, Sindh 2nd XI: “The increase in retainership is a pleasant surprise for us before the start of the season. It will motivate the players to do well and they will grab this opportunity with both hands.

    “We have been working hard in the pre-season camp especially in the T20 format to get ourselves ready in time for the T20 tournament.”

    Umar Siddique, Southern Punjab 2nd XI: “The increase in monthly-retainers is quite satisfying for the players to go out and express themselves in the ground. The preparation for the tournament is good, we had played some practice games in our pre-season camp and the players are eager to perform when the tournament resumes.”

    The squads and event schedule:

    Balochistan 2nd XI – Jalat Khan (captain), Awais Zia, Abdul Hanan, Abdul Nasir, Aftab Ahmed, Fahad Hussain, Fahad Iqbal, Gohar Faiz, Gulraiz Sadaf (WK), Hidayat Ullah (WK), M. Ibrahim Snr, M.Junaid, Mohammad Shahid, Najeeb Ullah Achakzai, Syed Zainullah and Taj Wali

    Central Punjab 2nd XI - Saif Badar (captain), Ahmed Abdullah Safi, Ali Shan, Asad Ali Jnr, Gohar Hafeez, Haseeb Ur Rehman, Junaid Ali, Kamran Afzal, M Faizan, M Irfan Jnr, Mudassar Riaz, Muhammad Imran Dogar, Muhammad Tabriaz Butt, Nisar Ahmed, Sohaib Ullah and Umar Akmal

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 2nd XI - Zohaib Khan (captain), Abbas Afridi, Ahmed Jamal, Aitizaz Habib, Amir Azmat, Maaz Khan, Mishal Khan, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Irfan Khan, Nabi Gul, Niaz Khan, Sajjad Ali, Saqib Jamil, Syed Arif Shah, Tahir Khan and Yasir Khan

    Northern 2nd XI - Umair Masood (captain), Aamir Jamal, Ali Imran, Aqib Liaqat, Asad Raza, Ather Mehmood, Mubasir Khan, Munir Riaz, Nasir Nawaz, Raza Hassan, Sadaqat Ali, Salman Irshad, Sarmad Bhatti, Taimoor Sultan, Zaman Khan and Zeeshan Malik

    Sindh 2nd XI - Faraz Ali (captain), Ammad Alam, Arish Ali Khan, Asif Mehmood, Ghulam Mudassir, Imtiaz Laghari, Jahanzaib Sultan, Mohammad Afzal (WK), Mohammad Asghar, Mohammad Umar, Rameez Aziz, Saad Khan, Saim Ayub, Shahid Meerani, Umair bin Yousuf (VC) and Usman Khan

    Southern Punjab 2nd XI - Umar Siddique (captain), Ahsan Baig, Ali Majid, Ali Shafique, Dilbar Hussain, Hassan Khan, Humayun Altaf, Kaleem Ullah, M Shahryar, M Sudais, Moinuddin, Mukhtar Ahmed, Shahroon Siraj, Tayyab Tahir, Umar Khan and Yousuf Babar

    Cricket Associations T20 schedule (all matches at Bugti Stadium in Quetta):

    15 Sep - Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; Central Punjab v Sindh

    16 Sep – Northern v Southern Punjab; Balochistan v Sindh

    17 Sep – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab; Balochistan v Central Punjab

    18 Sep – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh; Central Punjab v Southern Punjab

    19 Sep – Northern v Sindh; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Central Punjab

    20 Sep – Balochistan v Northern; Sindh v Southern Punjab

    21 Sep – Northern v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; Balochistan v Southern Punjab

    22 Sep – Northern v Central Punjab


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