Seventeen players reported at the Emerging High Performance Camp
LAHORE The national U-19 cricket team begins at the Emerging High Performance Camp National Cricket Academy Lahore.
The 17 players who were included in the national U-19 cricket team for the tour Sri Lanka and South Africa were summoned.
On the first day of the camp, coaches from the National Cricket Academy gave lectures on preparation for the Asia Cup and the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup, along with coaching domestic tournaments.
Medical screening of the participating players was conducted at the camp. The screening included bio-mechanical and other medical tests. At the end of the first day, the fitness tests of the national U-19 cricketers were gone. During the fitness test, the young players went to the push ups and sprint tests.
The first session also examined the performance of the national U-19 cricket team against Sri Lanka and South Africa.
Pakistan beat Sri Lanka 3-2 and South Africa 7-0 in a one-day cricket series.
The six-week national U-19 cricket team’s high-performance camp will be completed in two phases. High performing players at PCB Regional Academies can also be called to camp.
The players sought for the Emerging High Performance Camp include Rohail Nazir, Haider Ali, Abbas Afridi, Akhtar Shah, Aamir Ali, Basit Ali, Fahad Munir, Irfan Niazi, Mohammad Harris, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Wasim, Nasim Shah, Qasim Akram, Saim Ayub, Shiraz Khan, Niaz Khan and Khayam Khan.
The following is scheduled for practice session coverage on Wednesday, July 24:
2:45 pm: Media talk of Rohail Nazir and Naseem Shah
3 to 5:30 pm: Net practice of players