ACC women coaching course concludes at NCA Lahore.

 
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LAHORE -- The three-day ACC Level 1 Women Coaching Course concluded on Saturday at the National Cricket Academy (NCA), according to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). Served with presentations, practical skills and assessment tests under the NCA instructors, the 16 participants from 11 countries were put to task on different aspects of the game. The participants included four Pakistan women, namely Atika Sabir Khan, Fareeha Mahmood, Shehla Bibi and Tasleem Bano. Other participants in the course, first of its kind, include representatives from Afghanistan, Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, Iran, Kuwait (two),

Malaysia, Maldives, Oman (two) and United Arab Emirates 'The course was designed for the participants to learn the basic skills of the game. After getting the initial knowledge of the game, they will apply the learnings on players in the 12 to 14 years age group, " said Ali Zia, Senior General Manager - National Cricket Academy. 'The course was divided into three segments; the first segment was related to multimedia presentations on the coaching philosophy, planning/preparation and methods of skill development. 'The second part was about the practical aspect where the...

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