PCB U16 National One-Day Tournament to commence from Saturday
From left to right - Mohammad Tahir, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa captain, Ikram Ullah, Balochistan captain, Saad Masood, Northern captain, Saad Baig, Sindh captain, Azan Awais, Central Punjab captain and Adnan Shahid, Southern Punjab captain pose with the National U16 One-Day Tournament trophy. PCB
PCB U16 National One-Day Tournament, the final event for the High Performance department for 2020-21 season, is all set to take place in Rawalpindi from Saturday.
The six-team tournament will conclude on 23 February when the top two teams will feature in the final at Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi.
A total of 96 players, will feature in the 45-over event, where the winning team will receive PKR350,000, while the runners-up will get PKR250,000.
Ayub Park Cricket Ground, Pindi Cricket Stadium and Rawal Cricket Ground are the three venues that will host the 16 matches.
Last year, Central Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were declared joint winners after the final of the tournament at Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad was washed out without a ball being bowled, due to rain.
The participating teams’ squads are as follows:
Balochistan - Abdul Saboor (Pishin), Adil Ahmed Khan (Quetta), Aimal Khan Davi (Quetta), Anwar Shah (Naushki), Duniya Khan (Loralai), Ehsan Ullah (Loralai), Ikram Ullah (Quetta), Inam Ullah (Quetta), M.Junaid (Khuzdar), M.Qasim (Quetta), Mohsin Ali (Lasbela), Noor Ul Bashar (Zhob), Sajjad Khan (Loralai), Shahid Ali (Jaffarabad), Uzaifa Gul (Quetta) and Zulqarnain (Naushki)
Central Punjab - Abdul Rehman (Faisalabad), Altamash Abbas (Lahore), Arsalan Riaz (Faisalabad), Awais Ali (Sialkot), Azan Awais (Sialkot), Hamza Nawaz (Lahore), Hassan Ali (Lahore), Ibtisam Rehman (Faisalabad), M. Shoban (Sialkot), Momin Qamar (Faisalabad), Moosa Azeem (Sialkot), Obaid Shahid (Lahore), Rafay Rana (Lahore), Raja Balaj (Lahore), Shuban Saeed (Faisalabad) and Ubaid Ullah (Lahore)
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa - Adnan Khan (Khyber), Ahmad Hussain (Peshawar), Ch Shuja (Abbotabad), Khubaib Khalil (Peshawar), M Ayyaz (Mardan), M Irfan (Peshawar), M Jalal (Swabi), M Latif (Khyber), M Salman (Khyber), M Tahir (Peshawar), M Zubair (Peshawar), Raza Ullah (Swabi), Riaz Ullah (Upper Dir), Salman Khan (Swat), Shahzeb Khan (Mansehra) and Uzair Shah (Peshawar)
Northern - Aamir Hassan (Rawalpindi), Arsalan Ali (Islamabad), Asad Ullah (Islamabad), Atif Zafar (Rawalpindi), Azan Kabir (Kotli), Hammad Raffique (Chakwal), Ibrahim Sultan (Jhelum), Iftikhar Ahmed (Muzafrabad), Ihsan Ullah (Attock), Irshad Ahmed (Rawalpindi), Muhammad Arshad (Rawalpindi), Raja Hamza Waheed (Islamabad), Saad Masood (Rawalpindi), Sheraz Khan (Rawalpindi), Shumyil Hussan (Islamabad) and Yazdan Abbas Rizvi (Rawalpindi)
Sindh - Abdul Rehman (Karachi), Arbaz Khan (Karachi), Dawood Abbas (Nawabshah), Hassan Iqbal (Karachi), M.Rizwan (Karachi), M.Shayaan Saad (Karachi), Nasaruddin (Karachi), Noman Ali (Hyderabad), Romail Khan (Karachi), Saad Asif (Karachi), Saad Baig (Karachi), Umar Ijaz (Karachi), Wahaj Raiz (Karachi), Zaid Ahmed (Karachi), Zain-ul-Abdin (Jamshoro) and Zayan Khan (Karachi)
Southern Punjab - Abubakar Azeem (Okara), Adnan Shahid (Dera Ghazi Khan), Alamgir Khan (Multan), Alamzaib Khan (Multan), Ali Shabir (Rahim Yar Khan), Arafat Ahmed (Multan), Fahad Kashif (Multan), Haseeb Gul (Lodhran), M. Danish (Muzafargar), M. Hamid (Bahwalpur), M.Shan (Dera Ghazi Khan), Moheer Saeed (Vehari), Mustaqeem Faisal (Bahawalpur), Rana Adeel (Multan), Sameer Minhas (Multan) and Sarfraz Riyast (Pakpatan)