PCB Chairman Applauds Army’s Role in Cricket Team’s Fitness Camp in Kakul

Abbottabad, The Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Mohsin Naqvi, made a significant visit to Kakul, Abbottabad, to witness the ongoing fitness camp organized for Pakistan’s T20 cricket team. This initiative, conducted with the support of the Pakistan Army, is aimed at boosting the athletes’ physical fitness in preparation for the ICC T20 World Cup scheduled for June this year and other cricketing engagements.

According to Pakistan Cricket Board, the camp has played a pivotal role in elevating the players’ physical conditions, ensuring they are well-prepared for the challenges ahead. During his visit, Chairman Naqvi expressed his gratitude to the Pakistan Army for their crucial role in organizing the camp, highlighting the positive impact such collaboration has on the players’ discipline and overall fitness.

In his interactions with the team, Naqvi lauded the players for their dedication and active participation in the fitness regime. He also held discussions with the selection committee and captain Babar Azam regarding team selections for the upcoming New Zealand T20I series and briefed them on the board’s efforts in appointing a new head coach.

“I want to extend my heartfelt gratitude to the Pakistan Army for their support to our cricketers,” Naqvi remarked. “Their collaboration will not only enhance the fitness levels of our players but will also make them more disciplined in future. This camp will surely put the players in good stead before undertaking a challenging journey leading to a global tournament in the USA and West Indies.”

The PCB’s commitment to providing its players with comprehensive support and resources underscores its dedication to nurturing a team capable of excelling on the international stage. This fitness camp in Kakul is just one of the many efforts undertaken by the PCB to ensure the Pakistan cricket team remains competitive and ready to face the rigors of international cricket.

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