Good news for Pakistani women cricketers, the PCB has increased wages

The good news for Pakistan women cricketers is that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has increased their salaries. The PCB has increased the monthly salary of each class by 10 per cent, and increased the number of women cricketers to three positions in the Central Agreement for Sports for 2021-22. The PCB announced this on Monday. The deal is set to take effect July 1, with 12 players added.

The central contracts of Pakistani women cricketers are divided into A, B and C categories and eight cricketers are placed on the emerging contract list. “The PCB has awarded 2021-22 contracts for Cricket for Tuvu, which is two more than last year,” the PCB said in a statement. Bisma Maroof and Zawaria Khan are included in the A category. Alia Riaz has placed Diana Beg and Nida Dar in the B category.

It added, ‘The monthly salary of cricketers enrolled in all categories, including the emerging players’ division, has been increased by 10 per cent. The National Women’s Selection Committee has left a seat in the central agreement, which is awarded on the basis of one year’s achievement.

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