Lahore (Staff Report): The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced that former captain Urooj Mumtaz will head women's selection committee.
The immediate task of the new three-member selection committee comprising former players Marina Iqbal and Asmavia Iqbal will be to select a side for the upcoming ICC Women’s Championship fixture in South Africa this May.
The new selection committee has been installed after the panel headed by former men’s Test player Jalaluddin and Akhtar Sarfraz completed their respective terms last month.
The PCB has appointed @uroojmumtazkhan as the new head of selection committee. Asmavia Iqbal has been retained and @MarinaMI_24 has been added to the team of selectors. Excellent decision to include these girls - a step forward for sure!— zainab abbas (@ZAbbasOfficial) March 20, 2019
Moreover, the PCB has elevated Aisha Jalil to the position of team manager, while Ayesha Ashhar has been assigned the responsibility of planning and coordinating international cricket.