Some of the young played international cricket is part of the emerging camp along with promising cricketers. Leg-spinners Syeda Aroob Shah, Ghulam Fatima are among the 28 players along with Ayesha Naseem and Kaynat Hafeez.
During the camp, the selected players will undergo intense training under the supervision of Pakistan national team head coach David Hemp. Academy coaches from the performance centre Mohsin Kamal and Muhammad Kamran will assist him during the 18 days.
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The governing body added that the coaches will use the camp as an opportunity to assess the upcoming players as they train on t heir fitness and skill aspects that are of international standards.
“This camp serves an opportunity to the coaches to observe up-and-coming cricketers and provide them awareness about the desired skills and fitness levels to compete at the international level,” PCB added.
All the players will undergo two tests for COVID-19 as part of the PCB’s medical protocols before they enter into the bio-secure environment. The members tested negative on the first test at home on December 7 will take another test on December 10 once they arrive in Multan.
Pakistan emerging training squad: Aleena Iqbal Shah Afridi, Anoosha Nasir, Ayesha Bilal, Ayesha Khan, Ayesha Naseem, Ghulam Fatima, Gul Uswa, Gul Firoza, Hafsa Khalid, Humaira Bibi, Huraina Sajjad, Kaynat Hafeez, Madiha Bibi, Mahnoor Qayyum, Najiha Alvi, Natalia Parvaiz, Neha Shermin, Noor‐ul-Eman, Sadaf Shamas, Saima Malik, Shawal Zulfiqar, Syeda Aroob Shah, Syeda Masooma Zahra Fatima, Tooba Hassan, Umm-e-Hani, Waheeda Akhtar, Warda Yousaf and Yusra Amir
Support Staff: David Hemp (Head coach), Mohsin Kamal (Assistant Coach), Muhammad Kamran Hussain (Assistant Coach), Fizza Abid (Manager), Rabia Siddiq (Physiotherapist), Zubair Ahmed (Performance Analyst) and Saboor Ahmed (Strength and Conditioning Coach)