PCB fails to provide facilities to the players during domestic cricket


The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has been failed to fulfill their promises to provide best possible facilities to the players during the new domestic season consists of six regions.

Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Grade-II’s contest between Northern and Central Punjab is underway at Ittefaq RLCA Ground, a non first-class ground in Lahore, where no proper facilities are available for the players.

There is no proper dressing room for the players and they sat out during the whole day. No proper area was provided to them for eating food. Players, coaching staff and match officials were tend to take lunch in the ground. Moreover, the security for the players is also below par.

According to PCB’s spokesperson, Grade-II match is conducted in a non first-class ground due to ongoing Pakistan women vs Bangladesh women international series.

“Lahore City Cricket Association Ground is not available due to ongoing women’s international series,” he told ARY News.

It is pertinent to mention here that the second phase of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Grade-I and Grade-II has started from Monday [28 October].