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Sana Mir, Javeria Khan, Bismah Mahroof and Nahida Khan were retained in the 'A' category.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Monday awarded Central contracts to 17 female cricket players for the first half of 2019, according to the assessment process, in which the achievements in the last six months of the previous year have been taken into account. The assessment procedure was carried out by a Commission of four members from Haroon Rashid (Director of Cricket operations), Jalaluddin (Chairman of the selection Committee), Mark Coles (Head coach of Pakistan women's cricket team) and Asmavia Iqbal (member - Pakistan women's selection committee). According to the Committee, the contracts were awarded after the settlement of all outstanding payments from July-December 2018.

Top bowler Sana Me, and in Pakistan, the highest-ranking pastry (24. - in the ICC rankings) Javeria Khan were retained in the " A " category, along with captain Bismah Mahroof and Nahida Khan.

"It is always a matter of pride, handed a Central contract. I'm sure our players are happy and are looking forward to have done their best, in the coming months. Our goal is to build a good team and a Bank-the strength of these contracts, certainly for this purpose," Maroof said.

Fareeha Mehmood, Ghulam Fatima, Maham Tariq, and Rameen Shamin lost their contracts during the 21-year-old top-order batter Omaima Sohail, the your ODI debut in October 2018, was the only new face in the contract list. Sidra Amin and Aliya Riaz have been promoted from 'D' and 'E' categories, while Muneeba Ali Siddique slipped from 'C' to 'D'.

"I know that the four players who were not awarded contracts will be disappointed, but the new contracts are in connection with performances. I am confident that these players continue to work harder to reclaim their places in the contract list," said Rashid. "The new contracts are competitive, and further incentives the most powerful players. This is a part of the PCB to promote strategy and women's cricket. The PCB will continue to invest in women's cricket, as we aspire to be one of the top and consistent performing pages."

Pakistan ranks seventh in both one-day and T20I Ranking, Windies and Bangladesh at home and South Africa in an away series in the ICC women's championship to 31. July 2019 - the date when the contracts expire.

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