PCB forms selection committee for age-group trials
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Veteran wicket-keeper, Kamran Akmal has been named as head of an eight-member selection committee for age-group trials, 24NewsHD TV channel reported on Monday.
According to the Pakistan Cricket Board, Sohail Tanvir, Amir Nazir, Taimoor Khan, Junaid Khan, Faisal Athar, Qaisar Abbas, and Sanaullah Baloch will be members of the committee, which will conduct U13, U16, and U19 trials for the selection of regional and district teams.
Each selector, along with the head coach of the region/district, will conduct trials according to the schedule, which will be announced in due course.
Kamran Akmal played 268 international matches, while Sohail Tanvir represented Pakistan in 121 matches. Amir Nazir played six Tests and nine ODIs from 1993 to 1995, Junaid Khan appeared in 107 international matches for Pakistan, Faisal Athar played in an ODI in 2003 and Qaiser Abbas played in a Test against England in 2000. Sanaullah Baloch and Taimoor Khan are former first-class cricket.