‘No value of players’ woman cricketer complains to PCB chairman

KARACHI: Pakistan’s international woman cricketer Maham Tariq recorded her protest against selection injustice and wrote a letter to Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)’s chairman Ramiz Raja and women cricket head Tania Mallick. 

In her letter to PCB chairman and women cricket head, Maham complaint about the injustice done with her for so long. She also alleged senior players of unacceptable behavior with juniors.

“Fed up of sitting on the bench,” Maham complaint.

According to details, Maham has withdrawn from women’s training camp ahead of ICC Cricket World Cup in March-April this year. It must be noted here that the training camp kicked off here at Hanif Mohammad High Performance Centre (HPC) on Saturday.

As many as 34 players have been divided into two teams who will also play tri-series alongside the boys’ team.

50-over practice matches will be played in NSK and HPC from Monday.

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