PCB gave its players a gift, increased match fees

The Pakistan Cricket Board has made a great gift to its players. The PCB announced a 10 percent increase in match fees across all formats. Along with this, the PCB announced the introduction of separate contracts for Test and Limited Overs. He also said that its 69th Board of Governors also approved an annual budget of Rs 15 billion for the financial year 2022/23, of which 78% was allocated to cricket activities.

In a statement, the PCB said: “As part of its strategy to encourage, reward and encourage good high-performance cricketers, as well as to reduce the pay gap compared to players from other countries, the BoG has decided reduce the wage gap for men Approved the following changes in the structure of the central contract “.

Other sanctions related to male central contracts include an increase in the number of centrally contracted players from 20 to 33, an increase in match fees due to the introduction of Category ‘D’. The captaincy allowance has been introduced to compensate non-playing members for 50 to 70 per cent of the total match fee and the team captain for the additional responsibilities that come with that role.

The list of women’s core contracts will be announced on July 1 alongside the men’s contracts, an increase of 15 percent across all categories. In addition, the pool of centrally contracted players can be increased from 20 to 25 players.

PCB Chairman Rameez Raja said: “The thought process behind splitting the red and white ball contracts is to recognize the development of the game and the importance of cricket. We have four international events, including two World Cups, in the next 16 months This recognition Recruit white ball specialists will help us eventually develop two separate teams that can play white and red ball cricket simultaneously.

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Rameez further announced that the PCB will establish a special fund for existing players, who receive offers to play in various T20 leagues around the world.

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