OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Pakistan cricket team pace bowler Sohail Tanveer termed PCB Fast Track Coaching Programme as very good step which will improve the skills of the players and enhance their performance in international matches. Talking to media persons during the camp here at NCA, Tanveer said that the players would get the opportunity to learn from the cricket legends and overcome their weaknesses. He said that the board took a great step to keep the players busy in these training camps where they were learning a lot and remove their shortcomings. Commenting about inventor of reverse swing, Sarfaraz Nawaz, Sohail said that Sarfarazs way of guidance to the youngsters was quite impressive and helping them a lot in removing their mistakes. Sarfaraz Nawaz is a legend fast bowler who is also inventor of reserve swing and has a great ability to train youngsters very effectively. The young fast bowlers learning quickly as he is giving very important tips to them and using the new balls efficiently. Asad terms PCB Fast Track plan fruitful for cricketers Pakistan cricket team middle order batsman Asad Shafiq said that the PCB Fast Track Coaching Programme would prove fruitful to the players and improve their skills. Talking to media men here at NCA, Asad Shafiq said that whenever the PCB organised such camps, all of them proved too good for the players and helped them to improve their skills. The programme is very useful for us held under the supervision of the legendry cricketers working hard and improving our prowess and giving us very important tips to cope with new ball in the opening overs of the match. He further said that Mohsin Khan and Ijaz Ahmad were imparting training to the camp attendants and trying their best to train them fully so that they could play big innings and prove their mettle. Both Mohsin Khan and Ijaz Ahmad are very kind to us in giving us batting tips and pointing out and removing our weaknesses. They are trying to remove those mistakes which batsmen often avoid to overcome and keep on doing same mistakes that affect their performance during the big matches and under pressure games, he added. All the work being done during the camp was according to the needs and purely for the betterment of cricket and cricketers, Asad concluded.