LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board women wing as expected has dumped all-rounder Urooj Mumtaz as captain and replaced her with Sana Mir to lead the team in the forthcoming Twenty20 World Cup to be held in England in June. The PCB took the decision after a disappointing show in the World Cup in Australia where Pakistan fared poorly despite reaching the super six stage. The PCB also brought in a new coach in Mansoor Rana. Besides, Ayesha Ashar (team manager), and Mansoor Rana (Coach), the other officials included Yasir Malik (trainer) and Sunaina Munir (physiotherapist). Other than the 14 players, the PCB has also named four reserve players for the World Cup. However, Ayesha Ashar is retained as team manager although the Board is yet to make pubic any inquiry into the serious allegations made by a senior official of the PCB women's wing against Ashar in a recorded audio tape. Parveen who has now been sacked also claimed that Ayesha was barred from the Kinnaird College. Parveen denied to have said anything against the PCB official. The selectors have, however, retained Urooj in the World Cup squad which contains no major surprises. It is the first time that ICC is organising the Women's T20 World Cup which would be held alongside the men's event in England in June. Meanwhile, reports in the Board said that chief operating officer Saleem Altaf had conducted an inquiry into Azra Parveen's allegations and would submit his report to the board Chairman on his return from Abu Dhabi. The Pakistan squad: Sana Mir (C), Nain Abidi (VC), Almas Akram, Naila Nazir, Armaan Khan, Batool Fatima, Nazir Sadiq, Asmavia Iqbal, Bismah Maroof, Qanita Jalil, Urooj Mumtaz, Javeria Wadood, Marina Iqbal, Sajida Shah. Reserves: Kainat Imtiaz, Sania Iqbal, Rabia Batool, Sadia Yousuf.