ISLAMABAD - The governing board of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will meet today (Tuesday) at a local hotel in Islamabad to talk about a number of issues. Chairman PCB Dr. Nasim Ashraf will preside over the meeting. A source inside the PCB told The Nation that a 13-point agenda would be discussed in the meeting. Development plans, financial matters and ongoing project of Pindi Cricket Stadium, which had to be completed before August 1 this year, will also be discussed. "Rawalpindi is the third venue of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Champions Trophy that will be played in Pakistan in September this year 2008," he said. "The governing board will also take presentation on women cricket and domestic activities. The board will also discuss the latest developments regarding the Australian tour to Pakistan and on the infrastructure development. The budget of 2008-09 will also be part of meeting agenda," the source said. All the board members including Farooq Rehmat Ullah, Lt. Gen (r) Munir Hafiz, Muhammad Aslam Sanjrani, Justice Chaudhry Ejaz Yousaf, Moeen Afzal, Intikhab Alam, Ijaz Butt, Dr. Muhammad Ali Shah, Wisal Durrani, Shakeel Sheikh, Mian Muhammad Munir and Abdul Raquib will attend the meeting. PSF increases prize money for CAS C'ship OUR STAFF REPORTER ISLAMABAD - The Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) has increased the prize money of Chief of Air Staff (CAS) International Squash Championship, which will be held d from June 6-9 this year 2008 at Mushaf Squash Complex, Islamabad. Secretary PSF, Shamsul Haq told The Nation Monday here that originally it was an annual fixture of the federation, which had US$ 25, 000 prize money. "PSF has enhanced the prize money up to US$ 30,000. This act of the federation will support the national outfits to gain important points to move up in the international ranking. However, this incentive will also attract to international players to join this event at four-glass wall court of the Mushaf Squash Complex, "he added. Responding to a question he said that the final entry would be acceptable till the May 20. "However, we are expecting a good number of entries from overseas. The qualifying round of the international squash fixture will start from June 3 at the same venue, "he replied. Shamsul Haq further said that three national players had jumped up in the most up-to-dated international ranking of Professional Squash Association (PSA) and it was a good mark for the game of squash in the country. "Federation is providing enough opportunities to top national squash players to chip in the highest international competitions to promote their grace in the international ranking. We are also focusing on the second slot and juniors to achieve the goal, "he maintained.