An overview of Round 1 of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy in the newly revamped domestic cricket system.
Previews for the newly formed provincial teams for the domestic cricket season for 2019/20.
In his exclusive blog for PakPassion.net, Pakistan fast-bowler Sohail Tanvir writes in detail about his impressions of the domestic cricket reforms announced by the PCB, why he feels the appointments of Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis are beneficial for Pakistan Cricket and puts forward the idea that age should not be considered a factor for selection in the national side.
We take a detailed look at Abdul Qadir's legacy and how he played a major role in popularising cricket across the world.
Writing for FirstPost, Saj explains why despite doubts over the rationale behind appointment of Misbah-ul Haq and Waqar Younis as Head Coach-Chief Selector and Bowling Coach respectively, the former legends could well pave the way for Pakistan cricket's resurgence.
“We are number 7 in ICC’s Test rankings and 6th in ODI rankings – are you happy with that?” asked the PCB Chief Executive as he began his presentation to unveil significant reforms to Pakistan cricket for many years.
In a sense, given the hoopla around the appointment of Wasim Khan who was brought in from England by Chairman Ehsan Mani, anything less earth-shattering in terms of reforms would have been a huge let-down for the millions of supporters of Pakistan cricket.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Yasir Arafat writes about PCB's decision to not renew contracts for Mickey Arthur, Azhar Mahmood and Grant Flower, what he expects from the next Head Coach of Pakistan, the flawed logic behind award of central contracts by the PCB, his views on the proposed new domestic system in Pakistan and Mohammad Amir's decision to retire from Test cricket.
A respected member of our forums reviews Mickey Arthur's tenure with the Pakistan team and the highs and lows over the three-year period.
In his latest exclusive blog for PakPassion.net, Azhar Mahmood writes in detail about the challenges and achievements during his recently concluded tenure as Bowling Coach for Pakistan and explains why he feels that Pakistan bowling attack has an excellent core for the foreseeable future.
In his latest blog, Aamir Sohail writes about the wider implications of Mohammad Amir's retirement from Test cricket, the need for some strong decisions to be taken by Mr. Ehsan Mani in interest of Pakistan cricket, Mickey Arthur's failure to achieve any concrete results during his tenure and why it would be wrong to replace Sarfaraz Ahmed as captain without carefully grooming his replacement.
A respected member of PakPassion writes about the BCCI and what the board has done to get Indian cricket on the right path.