|Senior Inter District Cricket trials|
19 May 2012
LAHORE – The cricket trials of all zonal cricket associations’ players of the Lahore Region Cricket Association (LRCA) for upcoming Regional Senior Inter District Cricket Tournament will be held on May 19 here at the LCCA Ground. Acting LRCA secretary Sheikh M Sarwar said this at a press conference on Friday adding that East, North and West Zone Cricket Associations of the LRCA were informed to send 60 players list of the best performers of Lahore League for trials. He further said that only the best performer of Lahore League would be considered for the trials. He said one local selector from each zone and one PCB selector would conduct the trials. West Zone and North Zone trials would be held in the first session at 10am while East Zone trials would be held in the second session at 2pm, he added. The LRCA will monitor the trials and the deserving players will not be disappointed, he concluded.
Source: the nation
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