LAHORE The Pakistan Cricket Board in collaboration with the Australian Sports Commission (Govt. Of Australia) has announced a development programme for women cricket infrastructure in the under privileged areas of Pakistan. The main focus of Mrs. Shirin Javed, who took over as the chairperson of PCB Womens recently, is to develop the areas where women cricket has not been possible because of the non-availability of basic cricketing infrastructure in those areas. Under his leadership and cooperation of PCB Chairman, Women Wing has not only raised the level of women cricket domestically and internationally, but also has taken the initiative for development of the game all over Pakistan. The programme will be conducted at Multan, Peshawar and Quetta and complete practice facility Practice turf pitch with complete net framing along with the heavy roller (1000KG) each and an auto mowing machine will be provided. It is pertinent to mention that these selected regions have shown a lot of progress and have produced a young upcoming talent in the past one year. The government institutions selected for this program as follows: Ali Garh Degree College for Women - Multan; Frontier Degree College for Women - Peshawar; Govt. College for Women - Quetta. This programme will strengthen the game at grassroots level and will provide an ample opportunity of playing to young talent of Pakistan