The most prestigious domestic tournament of Pakistan, Quad-e-Azam Trophy is likely to see another overhaul as draft system can be used to pick players for regions, ESPNCricinfo reported.
The board’s governing body has not approved the idea yet, but as per some board’s officials, the change will be implemented in the upcoming season.
The proposal is put forward by the Board’s Domestic Affair committee. According to which, regions will pick 12 players each from the draft out of a pool of 140 players. On the other hand, eight players will be selected from the respective regions.
However, the structure of the tournament will remain the same. Top Eight region teams and top eight department teams out of 16 and 12 teams respectively will feature the tournament.
The changes are expected to be formally accepted by the Board of Governors at their upcoming meeting on July 28.