LAHORE Jamal Anwar, wicket-keeper of Rawalpindi Rams, played a superb role in his teams victory during the Faysal Bank National Twenty20 Cricket Cup played at Faisalabad and done fine work behind the wickets and has the ability to become Pakistan new wicketkeeper. He played superb innings at crucial stages of matches for Rawalpindi Rams could turn out to be the ideal contender for Pakistan wicket-keeping job in the national squad. He scored runs at the crucial stage for his team in the recently-concluded tournament while batting at different places, as required. In a bid to find a wicket-keeper of the International standard, Pakistan Cricket Board has given wicket-keeping opportunities to M Salman, Adnan Akmal, Zulqarnain Haider and Sarfraz Ahmed in past and none of them have been able to cement their place in the national side. Anwar appears to be an exciting prospect and someone who has the temperament to deliver the goods when the going gets tough. PCBs selection committee should definitely keep a close watch on wicketkeeper Anwar Jamal , hails from Rawalpindi, as he could prove to be an asset in future. Another player, Awais Zia opened the innings for the same team, a left-handed opener just managed 127 runs in five matches in the tournament. However, he is very stylish and resembles Pakistans former opener, Saeed Anwar. Awais has all the shots under his belt and has the ability to take on the best of the bowlers. He played a crucial cameo in the final of the tournament, which turned out to be extremely important in the run-chase. He took on Sohail Khan in the Super over and struck some meaty blows to clinch the title for his region. The left-handed batsman has the temperament play a big innings needs some attention of the board. He should be given opportunity and PCB should conduct him in Pakistans 'A squad to get experience and the selectors should closely monitor his performances in first-class cricket as well. He can also prove a good opener for Pakistan team along opener Zain Abbas, who represented Multan Tigers in the tournament, is an impressive left-handed batsman. After joining domestic cricket in Pakistan last year, Abbas impressed one and all with his amazing ability to perform in crucial stages of the tournament matches. The left-hander is not very tall but is absolutely brilliant at the back foot and likes to have an aggressive approach towards the fast bowlers. He did play some good knocks for Multan Tigers in the tournament but could not find any support from the other end. Another fast bowler, Umaid Asif, a tall fast bowler had a wonderful first-class season last year, while playing for the Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda), belongs from Lahore but represented Sialkot Stallions in this tournament as a guest player. He has a nice and smooth bowling action, which is brilliantly complimented by his height, which helps him extract bounce from fairly dead tracks even. Although he did not take a lot of wickets in the event and was expensive on occasions, Umaid does have the potential to make it big for Pakistan .