LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) XI will play the Pakistan Super League (PSL) champion Lahore Qalandars in an exhibition T10 match on May 28. This will be a thrilling treat for cricket fans.
The game is intended to be a part of the Narowal Sports City’s multibillion-dollar Narowal Sports Complex’s soft opening. This complex comprises 14 stadiums and gymnasiums for a variety of sports, including cricket, football, hockey, volleyball, squash, table tennis, lawn tennis, badminton, and others, and it has been designed to be a showcase for these and other sports.
Along with cricketers from the team’s Players Development Programme, Fakhar Zaman, Haris Rauf, Mirza Tahir Baig, Jalat Khan, Ahsan Bhatti, and Ahmed Danyal are among the athletes who play for Lahore Qalandars.
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The PCB XI will also include Usman Qadir, Kamran Akmal, Khushdil Shah, Mohammad Ilyas, Mohammad Akhlaq, Abbas Afridi, Abid Ali, Asif Ali, Sajid Khan, and Abid Ali.
The game will also include participants U19.
The Federal Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives, Ahsan Iqbal, presided over the meeting when the decision to organise the T10 competition was made last week.
“The main goal is to give the nation’s kids the greatest environment possible to hone their skills. The complex offers the ideal location and, ideally, will play a significant role in shaping the next generation. The gathering was presided over by Ahsan Iqbal, who noted that the youth of the nation have enormous potential to reform the nation.
The unveiling of the cutting-edge facility that offers the greatest international standard-setting for the athletes’ training is likely to feature Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif as the honorary guest of honour.