Pakistan's elite women cricketers to undergo online fitness tests; PCB assure players won't be penalised for failing to meet benchmarks
Pakistan's 38 elite women cricketers will undergo online fitness tests from Monday with an aim to maintain the required fitness standards during the lockdown.
Qasim, who played 50 Tests and has also remained chief selector in the past, will head a revamped committee which includes former captain Wasim Akram, former Test players Umar Gul, Ali Naqvi and ex-women's team captain and presently chief selector Urooj Mumtaz.
The women's selection committee didn't include Sana in the squad, citing performances in the international and domestic events as well as the team combination considering conditions Down Under.
Pakistan has announced its women's squad for the upcoming T20I series against Bangladesh.
Pakistan Cricket Board invites applications for national team head coach, asks incumbent Mickey Arthur to file fresh application
The PCB's Cricket Committee will also be reviewing the team's World Cup debacle while it decides on the new coach and support staff positions
South Africa vs Pakistan: PCB to set inquiry into team's dismal outing in Test series, says chairman Ehsan Mani
PCB chairman Ehsan Mani said that after the tour to South Africa is over, the PCB would have an inquiry into the Pakistan's poor Test performances.
Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur demands unconditional apology from PCB's Mohsin Khan for making unsavoury remarks in media
Mickey Arthur has also had issues with chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq in recent months when both had a heated argument over the selection of some players and their role in the Pakistan team.
Ex-Pakistan batsman Mohsin Khan to head PCB's Cricket Committee which includes Wasim Akram and Misbah-ul-Haq
PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani told the media in Lahore that the committee would be overseeing the appointment of the national selection committees and the national team coaches besides formulating playing conditions for domestic matches.