Emerging women's camp starts today.

LAHORE -- A high performance skills camp for emerging women cricketers commences from Saturday at the Inzamam-ul-Haq High Performance Centre, Multan.

In the two-week long camp a total of 27 emerging women cricketers will undergo skills and fitness training. The camp is set up to pick a Pakistan team which will represent the national team in the Asian Women Emerging Cup to be held in June this year.

The camp will be conducted under Academy coaches which includes former cricketers Mohsin Kamal, Mauhtshim Rashid and Kamran Hussain.

'Skill camps provide opportunities for young and emerging players to hone their cricketing skills under the guidance of experienced coaches.' Head of women's cricket Tania Mallick said. 'The camp will help identify and develop talented young players at the grassroots level, and can help in creating a pipeline of players for the national team.

'The objective of this camp is to upskill the players so we are in a position to select a squad for forthcoming ACC Women's Emerging Teams Asia Cup.'

Players named for the camp:

Aleena Shah (Peshawar), Amber Kainaat (Lahore), Anoosha Nasir ( Karachi), Areesha Noor...

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