Captain Misbah ul Haq
Pakistan Cricket Team is scheduled for 2 days Practice at Raby Sporting Complex Campbelltown
15-man Pakistan cricket
team for the ICC World Cup 2015 to be played in Australia/New Zealand from
February 14 to March 29, 2015. The squad contains two openers, four middle
order batsmen, five pace bowlers, one spinner, two all-rounders and a
wicket-keeper/batsman. Chairman PCB Shaharyar Mohammad Khan has approved
Pakistan’s team after consultations with head coach Waqar Younis and skipper
Misbah ul Haq. According to Chief selector Moin Khan:
“This is the best possible squad from the available resources, and the selectors believe it has the requisite talent and skill-set to recapture the World Cup Down Under after 22 years”.
Team Management: Manager: Naveed Akram Cheema; Head Coach: Waqar Younis; Batting Coach: Grant Flower; Spin Bowling Coach: Mushtaq Ahmed; Fielding Coach/Trainer: Grand Luden; Physiotherapist: Brad Robinson; Assistant Manager: Shahid Aslam; Media Manager: Agha Akbar; Security officer: Col. (Retd) Muhammad Azam Khan; Analyst: Talha Butt.
Head Coach Waqar Younis
15-man Pakistan Cricket Team for the ICC World Cup 2015 to be played in Australia/New Zealand from February 14 to March 29. Team Pakistan embark from Lahore on Jan. 21, 2015 for New Zealand via Dubai for the two-match ODI series against the Black Caps before flying over Tasman Sea to Sydney for its warm-up games before moving on to Adelaide for its much-anticipated first World Cup 2015 encounter against India on 15 Feb 2015.
A Group Photo of officials and Pakistan Cricket Team for the ICC World Cup 2015
The Pakistan Cricket Team is heading to Campbelltown in another sporting coup for the Macarthur region. The team, featuring some of the biggest names in cricket, including batsman Younis Khan and all-rounder Shahid Afridi and Captain Misbah ul Haq, will be at Raby Sports Complex to tune up for the ICC World Cup starting on February 14, 2015.Campbelltown Camden Ghosts Cricket Club will host the training days on February 5 and 6 from 2-6pm. Ghosts players will act as net bowlers and batsmen.
Raby Sporting Complex
Raby 1 & 2, Raby Road, Raby NSW 2566.
Campbelltown Mayor Paul Lake and local resident, Chief Editor Sada-e-Watan Syed Zafar Hussain welcome the Pak Cricket team’s visit to the Macarthur region. Campbelltown Camden Ghosts President Mick Shanahan said the Pakistan Cricket Team’s visit showed how far the region had come. “It is amazing to think we can host an international cricket team,” he said.
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