Lahore Qalandars return to play PCB XI in T10.
In the T10 encounter versus PCB XI, the Lahore Qalandars will make their return to the pitch. The Lahore Qalandars will feature players such as Fakhar Zaman, Haris Rauf, Mirza Tahir Baig, and Jalat Khan, amongst others.The reigning champions of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), the Lahore Qalandars, will play an exhibition T10 match against the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) XI on the 28th of May. This announcement comes earlier than was originally anticipated.In addition to cricketers who are products of the franchise’s Players Development Programme, players such as Fakhar Zaman, Haris Rauf, Mirza Tahir Baig, Jalat Khan, Ahsan Bhatti, and Ahmed Danyal will be participating in the Lahore Qalandars tournament as team representatives.
2. the PCB XI
In the meanwhile, the PCB XI will consist of Kamran Akmal, Khushdil Shah, Mohammad Ilyas, Mohammad Akhlaq, Abbas Afridi, Abid Ali, Asif Ali, Sajid Khan, Ali Imran, and Usman Qadir.Players competing at the U19 level will also take part in the match.The event is intended to be a part of a soft opening of the multi-billion dollar Narowal Sports Complex in the Narowal Sports City. The complex features 14 stadiums and gymnasiums for diverse activities like cricket, football, hockey, volleyball, squash, table tennis, lawn tennis, and badminton, amongst other sports.The decision to organise the T10 match was made during a meeting that took place the week before last, which was presided over by Ahsan Iqbal, the Federal Minister for Planning Development and Special Initiatives.
“The primary goal is to offer the most beneficial environment possible for the young people of the country to hone their abilities. The complex offers the ideal environment and, one would hope, would be of significant assistance in fostering the development of future generations. While Ahsan Iqbal was serving as the meeting’s chair, he made the statement that “youth of the country has huge potential to transform the country.”In a same vein, it was agreed that the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting will move its headquarters toIt will begin its advertising campaign one week before the match, and all of the necessary procedures will be done to make things easier for both the players and the fans. It is anticipated that a massive number of spectators would make their way to the venue in order to witness the top national and international cricketers currently available compete.
4. Lahore Qalandars
It is anticipated that Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif would be the guest of honour at the inauguration ceremony of the state-of-the-art Complex that will provide the athletes with the finest possible international standard-setting for their training.The Lahore Qalandars are a franchise cricket team that competes in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). They are headquartered in Lahore, Pakistan. In 2016, the PSL had its first season of competition, and this team was one of the five original teams who participated in the league.The Lahore Qalandars have amassed a sizeable fan base and have become well-known for the ardour and enthusiasm with which their followers cheer for the team. On the other hand, during the first few seasons of the PSL, they had a difficult time achieving success on the pitch and finished in positions that were frequently towards the bottom of the standings.
5.PSL’s fifth season
The Lahore Qalandars have demonstrated a marked increase in their level of play over the course of the last few years. They made it to the playoffs for the first time in the PSL’s fifth season, which took place in 2020, and in the league’s sixth season, which took place in 2021, they ended in second place after losing to the Multan Sultans in the championship game.The team has a strong reputation for fostering the development of new talent and has placed a strong emphasis on the growth of local players through their player development programme. They have also brought prominent players from other countries to join their roster, which has added both depth and experience to their team.