Preparations are in full swing for Pakistan's cricket teams as they gear up for upcoming series against New Zealand and West Indies. While the men's team is undergoing rigorous training at Kakul, the national women's team is set to commence their training camp in Karachi ahead of the series against West Indies.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has organized a training camp for the national women's cricket team, which is scheduled to kick off tomorrow. A total of 20 cricketers have been invited to participate in the camp. During the training sessions, the women cricketers will also engage in two intra-squad matches to fine-tune their skills and strategies.

Meanwhile, the Pakistan West Indies Series Schedule has been announced, featuring three One Day Internationals (ODIs) and five Twenty20 (T20) matches between Pakistan Women's National Cricket Team and West Indies Women's Cricket Team. The series is slated to commence from April 18.

The three ODIs are particularly significant as they form part of the ICC ODI Championship. These matches are scheduled to take place on April 18, 21, and 23, setting the stage for an intense competition between the two sides.


Written By Zeeshan Ahmed

Zeeshan Ahmed is a Communication graduate from the University of Karachi. He has been associated with electronic, print, and digital media for the past ten years. He has worked on multiple beats but his major expertise lies in sports reporting. He is an accredited sports journalist by PCB and has been active in sports reporting.