Pak cricketers told to respect military discipline at Abbottabad camp

July 22nd, 2008 - 2:09 pm ICT by ANI  

Islamabad , July 22 (ANI): Pakistani cricketers, who have been selected in a preliminary squad for the ICC Champions Trophy have reached Abbottabad for a week long physical training camp, and have been asked to abide by the camps military discipline.

The commandant of training camp, Colonel Tallat Hussain, delivered the inaugural lecture and made it clear to the players that they would have to abide by the military discipline while staying at the academy.

According to training schedule provided by the academy administration, all the players will wake up at 6:00 a.m. and have a light training session under their trainer David Dayer before breakfast.

After the breakfast, the players will reach the gym where they will be engaged till lunch, the Daily Times reported.

They will have net practice at Abbottabad Stadium from 3:30 p.m. till late evening.

The camp probables reported at the Military Academy Kakool at 4p.m. on Monday.

However, batsman Younis Khan could not make it on time and was likely to reach there late at night. (ANI)

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