KARACHI Wazir Ali Khoja, member board of governors Pakistan Cricket Board, said here the proposed second National Cricket Academy at Karachi will be different from the original one at Lahore because it would have a separate womens cricket wing where training facilities would be available for womens cricketers. He announced this here Friday at the PCB regional Academy ground where the second NCA would be located while witnessing Karachi-Faisalabad match in the national under-19 womens cricket league. Karachi won the match by ten wickets in a low scoring contest. He said in couple of days, pre-qualification notice would be published in the newspapers and soon all required steps would be taken to launch the construction of the academy which will have a residential block of about 25 rooms with five star facilities in which players and officials of the visiting teams could be lodges while playing series at the National stadium. The PCB had already initially earmarked Rs 100 million for the launching of the academy at Karachi but added the final cost of the scheme could be more. The first NCA at Lahore was already adding to the promotion and forming of the young talent and there was a need for another project which would cater to the needs of other regions lying in the south of country. Once completed, the NCA-II would be huge addition to the cricket infrastructure of the country. Besides the residential block planned in the NCA-II, the other important aspect was construction of a museum and a library. Both these facilities would be integrated in the main building which would be placed in the corner of the PCB regional Academy ground. Wazir Khoja was not shy of fielding question about objection raised by a former cricketer on the project. He said the opinion expressed by the former Test cricketer was his own and did not reflect the PCB policy under which the PCB was committed to improve infrastructure. When the media asked him to comment on the poor performance of Pakistan in Australia, he said it would not be proper to comment on the performance when the team was playing on foreign soil. Once the team returns home, there would be full accountability of the players and there would be thorough discussion on the performance of the team, he added.