LAHORE - Fast track cricket coaching programme is in full swing here at the National cricket academy in which all-rounder, spinners and middle order batsmen are improving their techniques under the able coaching of cricket legends. Former spin master Abdul Qadir, veteran spinner Tauseef Ahmed and pace bowler Aaqib Javed benefited the respective participants by pointing out their weaknesses and giving them useful tips to make amends. He said some of the spinners are full of potentialities and promise and they can be good future prospects for Pakistan cricket provided they keep doing hard work and listen to their mentors to lift the level of their bowling. "There is common problem with our spinners as they try to infuse speed in the ball rather working on variation and fail to turn it (ball) on most of the occasions, they should effort on turning the ball through different tactics to cause difficulty for the batsmen," said Qadir. Tauseef said that due to Twenty20 cricket spinners were concentrating on speed not on variation of the ball. Unfortunately, Pakistan cricket is without a world class spinner today and there is a vacuum at the moment and we are doing our best to fill the void by teaching various varieties of spin bowling to the participants," he added.