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Multan Sultans owner questions PCB reforms for women’s cricket
Pakistan

Multan Sultans owner questions PCB reforms for women’s cricket

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has introduced a revamped structure for cricket in the country as it aims to better the quality of players being produced by the system. The board has abolished the trivial departmental system and has introduced regional cricket associations.

The PCB has devised an elaborate structure in order to make cricket a genuine profession in Pakistan and that too from an early age. The organization of school and college level cricket is another step that is being appreciated by the people as such a system never existed before.

Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Multan Sultans co-owner, Ali Tareen was also present in the media briefing in which he raised a legitimate question regarding women’s cricket in the country under associations.

He advised the PCB to make it compulsory for every regional association to have at least one women’s team which would eventually help in promoting a new culture for the females in Pakistan cricket.