LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced on Saturday it won’t discharge its halfway contracted players from Nov 7 to 17 for the T20 associations in South Africa and Bangladesh to guarantee their essence in the National T20 Cup, being held in Multan and Faisalabad from Nov 7 to 23.
The Global T20 League is set to be held in South Africa from Nov 3 to Dec 16 with the Bangladesh Premier League likewise booked to run simultaneously, from Nov 3 to Dec 12.
The National T20 was conceded in September after the voyage through the World XI in September for three Twenty20 Internationals of the Independence Cup in Lahore.
National T20 participation is mandatory for contracted players
Resigned players like Shahid Afridi, Misbah-ul-Haq, Younis Khan and the individuals who are not midway contracted like Mohammad Sami and Sohail Tanvir, be that as it may, will be given NOCs from the begin of the classes.
“So as to encourage our players and furthermore keeping in see great association with Bangladesh and South Africa cricket sheets, NOCs would be issued to all midway contracted players to play in the BPL and Global T20 League, subject to the condition that they should play PCB’s T20 competition,” a PCB official statement states here on Saturday.
“The PCB has chosen that all the halfway contracted players, who are not confronting some other confinement should likewise take part in PCB’s T20 competition to fortify our household cricket, according to best global practices.”