Coaches of the six Cricket Associations will undergo a three-day review and assessment process that will conclude with a seminar at the National High Performance Centre, Lahore from Monday.

A total of 24 coaches will undergo the review, these include first and second eleven head and assistant coaches.

On the first two days, coaches will be interviewed individually in 30 minute sessions by a committee which includes NHPC coaches Umar Rasheed, Shahid Mahboob and Sajjad Akbar.

During the interviews the committee will review each of the 24 coaches’ 2021-22 domestic cricket season.

The three-hour long seminar on Wednesday will aim to both review the season while also focusing on the targets for the 2022-23 domestic cricket season. The seminar will be attended by the 24 Cricket Association coaches, NHPC coaches and Director High Performance Nadeem Khan.

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