Emerging Cricket Players Invited at National Cricket Academy, NCA
Emerging cricketers from across the country invited to the Emerging Players High-Performance Skill and Training Program, which begin on August 23, 2019, at the National Cricket Academy (NCA), Lahore.
According to reports and stats issued by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), the two-week camp lasts as the third and final phase of the NCA’s high-performance program and will be attended by 12 players, who will meet at the academy on August 22.
Over the course of the first and second phases, which lasted over the past two months, players under the age of 16 and the age of 19 invited to the NCA.
Fast pace bowler Mohammad Hasnain called up for the camp, but due to his commitments in the Caribbean Premier League CPL, he will not join.
Mudassar Nazar, Director of Academies said that:
This program allows us to further improve the skills of young and talented people. The purpose of organizing such camps is to prepare players who are on the periphery of the national squads. Players invited to this two-week program have impressed all fans of the game with their brilliant skill execution. I hope that at the end of this camp, these players have expanded their skill level and understood their game better.
The names of the Emerging Cricket Players include:
Haris Rauf (Rawalpindi)
Muhammad Amir Hussain (Swat)
Mohammad Asad (Abbottabad)
Mohammad Jalal (FATA)
Musa Khan (Islamabad)
Umer Khan (Rawalpindi)
Zahid Mehmood (Larkana)
Ahsan Jameel Mirza (Karachi)
Akif Javed (Kohat)
Arshad Iqbal (Abbottabad)
Arshid Ullah (FATA)
Faisal Akram (Multan)