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Pakistan Army To Enhance Cricket Players’ Fitness

Pakistan Army To Enhance Cricket Players' Fitness

In Lahore, recognizing the pivotal role fitness plays in cricket, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has taken a proactive approach. With a dedicated focus on enhancing players’ stamina, the PCB is set to implement a comprehensive fitness regimen, closely monitored by the armed forces.

Addressing concerns about the activity levels of Pakistani players, PCB chief Mohsin Naqvi officially announced a 10-day training camp in collaboration with the armed forces, scheduled from March 25 to April 8, immediately following the conclusion of Pakistan Super League season 9.

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Speaking at an event in Islamabad, Naqvi emphasized the urgency of elevating players’ fitness levels in preparation for upcoming series against New Zealand, Ireland, England, and the highly anticipated T20 World Cup. The unique initiative reflects the PCB’s commitment to ensuring that the national cricket team is in peak physical condition, aligning with the demands of international competitions.

This rare exercise signifies a strategic move by the PCB to address and rectify any perceived shortcomings in the players’ fitness levels, underscoring the board’s dedication to preparing a formidable team for the upcoming cricketing challenges.