Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed has lauded the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for their efforts to restructure the domestic cricket system. The new domestic structure introduced by PCB has reduced the number of teams from 16 to 6 while the notion of departmental sides has been eradicated.
The wicket-keeper-batsman claimed the innovation brought by the board would increase the competitiveness and result in ensuring better quality talent emerges in Pakistan cricket.
“Everyone's target is to improve Pakistan's cricket. Earlier, it seemed like a few players will have to sit out [from domestic teams] but from the teams that have been formed, it looks like this will not happen and most of the players are included in [domestic] teams,” Sarfaraz highlighted.
"Competition will increase and boys will work hard and invest their 100 per cent in order to make it to the provincial teams," he added.