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Karachi (Pakistan) Oct 11 (ANI): Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Friday introduced 16 gamers for the ladies’s group coaching camp forward of the upcoming residence sequence towards Bangladesh.
The aim of the camp is to arrange the gamers for the essential residence sequence, which is the second residence project for the ladies group following the T20I sequence towards the West Indies held in Karachi earlier within the 12 months.
The camp has been scheduled from October 13 to 23 on the Lahore Nation Membership, Muridke.
Bangladesh will play three T20I matches and two ODIs, the sequence begins with the opening T20I at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium on October 26.
The coaching camp members have been chosen by the ladies’s nationwide choice committee, which is headed by former Pakistan captain Urooj Mumtaz. Former Pakistan gamers Asmavia Iqbal and Marina Iqbal are the opposite two members of the panel.
“Following the sequence in South Africa and the conditioning camp in Abbottabad, we monitored the gamers within the one-day home event in Lahore. We have now recognized some thrilling expertise through the camp and the event. Within the Bangladesh sequence we want to give a possibility to some rising gamers who’ve showcased their expertise and talent and possess the exuberance of youth,” chief selector Urooj Mumtaz mentioned in a press launch.
“We need to establish a pool of gamers that we purpose to take in direction of the ICC Ladies’s T20 World Cup and this sequence together with the sequence towards England and the West Indies might be of utmost significance in giving form to our squad for the mega occasion,” she added.
The next gamers will participate within the coaching camp:
Aliya Riaz, Anam Amin, Ayesha Zafar, Bismah Maroof, Diana Baig, Fareeha Mahmood, Iram Javed, Javeria Khan, Kainat Imtiaz, Nahida Khan, Omaima Sohail, Saba Nazir, Sadia Iqbal, Sana Mir, Sidra Amin, and Sidra Nawaz.
In the meantime, the gamers’ a part of the Pakistan Rising group might be obtainable for choice as soon as they return from Sri Lanka. (ANI)

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