In a significant move to enhance cricket development, the Government of Punjab has handed over two modern High-Performance Centres to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in the cities of Sialkot and Faisalabad.

Each High-Performance Centre boasts state-of-the-art facilities meticulously designed to amplify the skills and performance of budding cricketers.

From pristine cricket grounds to top-tier equipment, these centres provide the perfect setting for players to train rigorously and showcase their talents on the field.

Source: PCB

The High-Performance Centres are inclusive spaces, welcoming players of all ages and genders. With the addition of these two new hubs, the PCB now oversees a total of five High-Performance Centres across the country.

These include the renowned National Cricket Academy in Lahore, the Hanif Mohammad High-Performance Centre in Karachi, and the Inzamam-ul-Haq High-Performance Centre in Multan.

With the groundwork laid, the PCB is set to roll out a series of events and coaching programs at the newly established High-Performance Centres.

Source: PCB

Nadeem Khan, Director of Domestic Cricket, expressed his gratitude to the Government of Punjab for entrusting the PCB with these state-of-the-art facilities.

“I would like to express my gratitude towards the Government of Punjab for entrusting the PCB with two High-Performance centres,” said Khan.

He emphasized that these centres will significantly elevate the standard of cricket training in Pakistan, providing players with unparalleled infrastructure and resources to realize their full potential.

With access to top-notch facilities and expert coaching, aspiring cricketers can now embark on their journey to greatness, honing their skills and carving out a path towards cricketing excellence.

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