The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has finalised the February-March window to carry the ninth version of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2024.
The PSL governing council assembly presided by Zaka Ashraf — the chairman of the PCB Administration Committee — on Monday determined that the ninth version of the PSL will likely be held between February Eight to March 24 subsequent 12 months. Nevertheless, the ultimate schedule of the match will likely be confirmed within the subsequent assembly of the governing council.
The huddle that convened at Lahore’s Nationwide Cricket Academy, additionally determined that the PSL 9 will likely be performed with six groups, an announcement issued by the PCB stated.
Moreover, the members — together with franchisees’ representatives — had been additionally briefed on a report pertaining to the PSL 8.
Other than discussing points similar to digital, media rights and different business belongings tender processes, the assembly agreed that the PCB will proceed to discover alternatives for ladies’s league or exhibition matches through the match and that the board will proceed to work intently with the franchises to discover different venues as part of contingency planning.
Individually, the huddle additionally remembered the late Alamgir Tareen — former proprietor of Multan Sultans — acknowledging his contribution in direction of Pakistan cricket was praised.
“He [Alamgir] was known for this dedication, passion, and remarkable contributions to cricket and will be missed,” Zaka Ashraf stated.
Acknowledging the board’s efforts, franchises appreciated the trouble of the PCB, authorities businesses, and all stakeholders who helped within the supply of the occasion at 4 venues.
The eighth season of the PSL culminated in March earlier this 12 months with Shaheen Shah Afridi-led Lahore Qalandars successful the coveted trophy after taking up Multan Sultans within the ultimate.
The PSL Eight noticed a number of younger gamers make their presence felt and steal the limelight by stepping as much as the plate with spectacular performances. Peshawar Zalmi’s Saim Ayub and Mohammad Haris, and Islamabad United’s Azam Khan are some such younger gamers.