Producing World Class Cricketers
Team building is a much more thorough and painstaking process than it seems. Some of the prerequisites in this post modern era are back-ups and systems through which the young talent is groomed and equipped for international challenges over the years.
In the last three years PCB geared up towards enhancing the levels of excellence – in all spheres especially towards the development of infrastructure and establishment of NHPC. The New Domestic Structure too is another step in that direction. We are quite optimistic that these steps would famously serve Pakistan Cricket in years to come.
Under the auspices of the Pakistan Cricket Board, PCB Cricket Coaching Academies are premiere facilities, which welcome gifted player from the regional, national as well as international cricket arenas, aimed directly at cricketers interested in furthering their professional acumen and learning from the best in the world (Pakistan’s own Ex-National Team Stars).
The new complex of National High Performance Centre contains all the modern facilities and reflects the Pakistani Architecture. National High Performance Centre (NHPC) offers its entrants a unique combination of the most refined and effective coaching skill development programs found anywhere in the world today.
National High Performance Centre will also act as a finishing school for Pakistan “A” and various segments like U-15, U-17, U-19 that form part of this academy.
- Nadeem Khan
Director – High Performance
- Grant Bradburn
Head of High Performance Coaching
- Saqlain Mushtaq
Head of International Player Development
- Mohammad Yousuf
- Mushtaq Ahmed
Spin bowling coach
- Mohammad Zahid
Fast bowling coach
Cricket Association coaches (2020-21 domestic season)
First XI – Faisal Iqbal (coach), Wasim Haider (assistant coach)
Second XI – Habib Baloch (coach), Shoaib Khan (assistant coach)
U19 – Hussain Khosa (coach), Mazhar Dinari (assistant coach)
- Central Punjab
First XI – Shahid Anwar (coach), Samiullah Niazi (assistant coach)
Second XI – Akram Raza (coach), Humayun Farhat (assistant coach)
U19 – Tanvir Shaukat (coach), Irfan Fazil (assistant coach)
- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
First XI – Abdul Razzaq (coach), Aftab Khan (assistant coach)
Second XI – Rafatullah Mohmand (coach), Aslam Qureshi (assistant coach)
U19 – Saqib Faqir (coach), Mohammad Sadiq (assistant coach)
First XI – Mohammad Wasim (coach), Mohammad Masroor (assistant coach)
Second XI – Fahad Masood (coach), Saeed Anwar Junior (assistant coach)
U19 – Bilal Ahmed (coach), Fahad Akram (assistant coach)
First XI – Basit Ali (coach), Iqbal Imam (assistant coach)
Second XI – Ghulam Ali (coach), Zafar Iqbal (assistant coach)
U19 – Tahir Mahmood (coach), Hanif Malik (assistant coach)
- Southern Punjab
First XI – Abdul Rehman (coach), Aizaz Cheema (assistant coach)
Second XI – Sajjad Akbar (coach), Zahoor Elahi (assistant coach)
U19 – Kamran Khan (coach), Hafiz Majid Jahangir (assistant coach)
Group photo of Cricket Associations head coaches
National High Performance Centre envisions to act as an educational institution and a nursery to effectively tap and groom the young talent for the future. To have cricketers who right at the starting point of their career are aware of not just delicacy and refinement of the game but have the most modern outlook too.
National High Performance Centre is committed to make them strong, to think and act like leaders and to equip them with self-confidence in the face of adversity, on the field of play and off it.
To produce quality players and meet the current and future challenges of international cricket, National High Performance Centre will act as a state of the art workshop and nursery to enhance performance levels by producing well-talented cricketer’s with well-rounded personalities.
This will be achieved by:
- Enhancing the skill set, consistency and qualities of leadership & team building.
- Using scientific methods and techniques and providing all necessary facilities.
- Careful planning & analysis of systems for continual improvement.
- Efficient and effective utilization of resources.
- To introduce a system that would raise the standard of cricket in the country.
- To continuously produce well-talented and well-rounded cricketers.
- To maintain and provide all the most modern and latest material and human resources at all times.
- To become the leading cricket academy in the world.
- To produce atleast one international player out of every 50 trainees.