Another good news for Pakistan team players from PCB

Another good news for Pakistan team players from PCB

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) committee members unanimously approved a ten percent increase in the Player Welfare Scheme budget.

The committee initiated discussions on organizing international matches at the Abbottabad Stadium. On Sunday, the third meeting of the Pakistan Cricket Board's management committee, chaired by Chairman Zakaa Ashraf, took place at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore. One of the committee members, Mustafa Ramday, participated in the online meeting.

The committee also provided detailed information about the central contracts given to the main cricketers. The committee expressed satisfaction with Zakaa Ashraf's efforts in resolving issues between the board and players in an amicable manner due to his personal interest.

In the meeting, it was decided that since international cricket doesn't take place during the summer season, the Abbottabad Cricket Stadium can be considered as a center where international matches can be organized in the future.

In this context, plans for the construction of new pavilions at Abbottabad Cricket Stadium were presented during the meeting, which were appreciated by all members, and their approval was granted.