KARACHI: When Pakistan Super League (PSL) team Lahore Qalandars launched its player development programme (PDP) in 2016, not too many rated it highly and some even questioned it as the Qalandars were unable to produce desired results in all three editions of the league.
Few months back, Maaz Khan was playing on the streets of Bajaur district in war-torn province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. And on Saturday, he starred in Lahore Qalandars' victory as the Pakistan side lifted the inaugural Abu Dhabi T20 Trophy.
The Player Development Program by Pakistan Super League franchise Lahore Qalandars on Tuesday reached Lahore with another batch of thousands aspiring Qalandars appearing in open trials at Qadaffi Stadium throughout the day.
Pakistan Super League team Lahore Qalandars arrived in Jamrud in Khyber District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Tuesday to blend cricket with the festivities of Independence Day as part of their player development programme.
The player development programme by Pakistan Super League franchise Lahore Qalandars has become a multipurpose initiative. It is not only unearthing raw talent but also promoting tourism and bridging the gap between farfetched areas and the country’s main cities.
Continuing with their mission of unearthing new talent from every corner of the country, the PSL team Lahore Qalandars shortlisted 23 aspiring Qalandars from Abbottabad, the first stop in KP for their players' development programme.
Continuing with their mission of unearthing amazing talent for Pakistan Cricket, the coaches at Pakistan Super League team Lahore Qalandars have spotted a unique talent, a 13-year old ambidextrous bowler.
Pakistan Super League team Lahore Qalandars kicked off the third edition of their widely acclaimed players development programme with open trials in the picturesque valley of Gilgit-Baltistan on Monday.
In acknowledgement of Lahore Qalandars’ developmental efforts, Fawad Rana – the chairman of the franchise – has been conferred with the ‘Pride of Lahore Achievement’ award by the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industries.
Lahore Qalandars’ promising find Salman Irshad, who was spotted by the scouts during the player development program, has been on fire in Australia’s domestic circuit. Salman, 22, was spotted during the open trails conducted by Qalandars in Asad Kashmir for the Jazz Rising Stars. He was tagged as one
In another first of its kind initiative, the PSL franchise Lahore Qalandars arranged players’ personality development sessions for its Rising Stars squad ahead of their tour of Australia later this month.
Following open trials at different venues and an action-packed tournament, Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Lahore Qalandars have announced a team of 16 Rising Stars who would play a quadrangular tournament in Australia this month.
The legendary batsman and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief selector, Inzamam-ul-Haq, has joined Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Lahore Qalandars as an adviser, read a statement issued on Sunday.
Former fast bowler Aqib Javed has been appointed head coach of Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Lahore Qalandars for the upcoming season, while opener Fakhar Zaman has been appointed vice captain of the team.
Amid uncertainty, fear and cross-border terror, a young fast bowler has surfaced on the cricketing radar in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) who bowls at 90 miles per hour speed and is aspiring to represent Pakistan at the national level.
Azad Kashmir Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider has lauded the efforts of Lahore Qalandars in discovering young talent in the region – “an unprecedented initiative” that brought young pacer Salman Irshad to the forefront.
SHARJAH - Lahore Qalandars clinched victory in a nail-biting thriller against Islamabad United and won by one wicket. Umar Akmal\\\'s stand at the crease made the victory possible after Qalandars lost early wickets in the 14th fixture of the Pakistan Super League.
SHARJAH - Brilliant batting by Fakhar Zaman and disciplined bowling by the bowlers helped Lahore Qalandars’ defeat Karachi Kings by 7 runs in the 8th Pakistan Super League (PSL) thrilling match at Sharjah Cricket Stadium on Thursday.
Lahore Qalandars are all set to dazzle in the second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2017 when its rolls into action next month in the United Arab Emirates. Qalandars represents Lahore in the league. The PSL is an annual city-based T20 franchise tournament organised by the Pakistan Cricke
The Lahore Qalandars Player’s Development Program was up and running on the 26th of August 2016; we covered 8 different cities of Punjab over a span of 23 days, successfully conducting the trials of over 113,000 applicants (which is nothing short of a record). It was truly an enormous effort and it
Our aim at Lahore Qalandars was to select the finest 15 from our Player Development Program and take them to Australia for a trip of a lifetime. A platform where these emerging Qalandars would be able to hone their skills at a young age playing against cricketers from one of the finest, if not the f
Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Lahore Qalandars’ Jazz Rising Stars team defeated Sydney Sixers Academy in a nail-biting finish at Sydney’s Waverley Oval on Wednesday to get through to the Academy tri-series final.
A five-wicket haul from Zia-ul-Haq led National Bank of Pakistan into the final of the National One-Day Cup with a six-wicket win over United Bank Limited at the Gaddafi Stadium. Having sent them in to bat, National Bank quickly had United Bank in trouble at 10 for 2, with both openers departing in
In one of its kind, the Biggest Launch Night of 2016, Lahore Qalandars officially launched its logo and team anthem.
The event featured live performances of Nabeel Shaukat, Pappu Saaen, Ali Sethi, Asrar Ali and many more.
The struggling Lahore Qalandars team, yet to register their first win, took on the unbeaten Quetta Gladiators who had brushed aside every other team in the league through some great performances. Mohammad Nawaz has been a revelation with the ball, while Luke Wright, Kevin Pietersen and Ahmad Shehzad
The Lahore Qalandars Players Development Program brought to light the immensely talented youth of the nation from all over the country. We saw several cricketers who were a site for sore eyes, but never did we imagine that we would find the rarest of gems during the trials.