YCCC vs LQ postponed due to COVID-19

A match between Yorkshire County Cricket Club (YCCC) and Lahore Qalandar was planned for January 16, which now has been deferred inferable due COVID-19.

“For the security and wellbeing, all things considered, it has been concluded that it is suitable to reschedule the match to a later date, which will be affirmed at the appointed time,” the assertion gave by the club read.

It further declared the initial step on its quest for unseen cricketing ability following the as of late concurred association between the two clubs.

It said:

“In summer 2022, aspiring players over 18-years-old will be invited to demonstrate their cricketing potential during trials across the four regions of North, East, South and West Yorkshire in front of a selection panel led by the interim YCCC Managing Director Darren Gough, alongside representatives from the Qalandars coaching team.”

The club referenced that time and dates for the preliminaries are right now being concluded and will be declared at the appointed time.

As per the subtleties, the most gifted players will be partitioned into four groups to play in a last. From these games, the best two females and best two male cricketers will be picked for grants with Yorkshire County Cricket Club, including the potential chance to venture out to Lahore and train at the Qalandars’ first class elite execution place, just as a full pack sack accommodated every one of the champs to keep.

Talking on the event, Yorkshire Cricket Interim Managing Director Darren Gough said:

“I am thrilled to be able to welcome undiscovered talent to Headingly. Across Yorkshire, and the UK, there are so many amateur clubs with fantastic standards of cricket, and I am passionate about making sure talented players from all backgrounds are given the chance to access better facilities, develop their skills, and train with some of the best players in the world.”

In the interim, Lahore Qalandars Chief Operating Officer Sameen Rana said:

“We are delighted to have built a partnership with Yorkshire County Cricket Club (YCCC). Our player development programme has been an essential tool to discovering new talent in Pakistan and opening up the sport to those who previously felt unable to access it, and we are looking forward to sharing our learnings as the partnership develops.”

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