The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has invited 12 emerging cricketers from different regions of the country to attend the Emerging Players High Performance Skill and Training Programme. This camp will kick off on August 23 at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore.
The two-week-long camp is third and final phase of the NCA’s high performance programme and will be attended by a dozen of players. A few players, who impressed in their debut stint in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will also be a part of the camp. These include exhilarating pacers Musa Khan and Haris Rauf and wily off-spinner Umer Khan.
“This programme provides us an opportunity to further sharpen the skills of young and talented individuals,” Director Academies Mudassar Nazar said.