PCB set to announce new domestic structure today

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By Web Desk
August 10, 2023
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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is all set to announce the new domestic structure today. 

Early today, PCB Management Committee chairman Zaka Ashraf, alongside Cricket Technical Committee (CTC) head Misbah-ul-Haq and member Mohammad Hafeez, met Domestic Regional Presidents in Lahore. 

"In the meeting, the enhancement of the domestic cricket landscape was discussed. The regional presidents, representing various cricketing regions across Pakistan, expressed their utmost confidence in the proposed changes to the domestic structure that the PCB is set to implement and will announce later today," the PCB press release stated. 

Zaka Ashraf: “I firmly believe that the heart and soul of cricket in Pakistan lies within our regions. These regions serve as the nurturing grounds for our domestic cricket, where young talents blossom and refine their skills.

“For a considerable span of time, there existed a void, a pause in the proper functioning of our regional setups. However, I am pleased to share that these regions are back in action, and it's a significant leap forward for the sport in our nation.

"I express my gratitude for the support and enthusiasm demonstrated by the Domestic Regional Presidents and highlighted their integral role in driving the transformation of Pakistan cricket. Together, we will witness the rise of cricketing stars who will carry the legacy of Pakistan cricket forward with pride and honour."

Misbah-ul-Haq: "I am confident that we can craft a cricketing structure that not only benefits our cricketers but also upholds the interests of all stakeholders involved. Your unwavering support is the foundation upon which this structure will succeed. If we work together, we will build a future that honours the game and the aspirations of countless budding cricketers."

Mohammad Hafeez: "Merit is the cornerstone of our approach, ensuring that cricketers and the support staff are recognised and rewarded based on their skills and dedication. This structure is a testament to our collective commitment to provide opportunities for people associated with the game. With your support, we look forward to a brighter and more competitive future for the players."