PCB appoints talent scouts for six cricket associations

image-l9fpdpnwPCB Chairman Ramiz Raja [Source: Twitter]

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced talent scouts for six of its cricket associations, in a bid to identify hidden talent across the country. The six scouts will be expected to collaborate with the head coaches of the cricket associations. They will follow all age-group cricket played at school, college, club, district and division levels.

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The selected scouts will also be part of the Junior Selection Committee, helmed by former Pakistan cricketer Muhammad Wasim. Notably, Wasim is also the head of the National Selection Committee.

The talent scouts were selected in an attempt to keep the PCB's Development Programme moving. They are slated to hold coaching and training camps in their respective regional academies for emerging talents, the ones to be identified by them.

The six talent scouts are

Abdur Rehman (Central Punjab)

Ahmer Saeed (Sindh)

Aamer Nazir (Southern Punjab)

Mohammad Salman (Northern)

Sanaullah Baloch (Balochistan)

Wajahatullah Wasti (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa).

In addition to the aforementioned scouts, the PCB has also selected Javed Hayat. The former cricketer has been assigned the task of coordinating with the team.

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