The Pakistani Domestic season for 2011-2012 came to an end with the Faysal Bank T20 Super Eights. The players, team management and the coaching staff are not worried about Bangladesh touring Pakistan or not, instead they have better plans. Yes the recently appointed foreign coach Mr. David Whatmore along with another foreigner Julian Fountain who is the fielding coach is working on the physical fitness of the national cricketers. The players undergo several physical tests and prove their fitness levels, and also to impress the foreign coaching think tank. Mr. David Whatmore and his fielding assistant have shown great dedication and sincerity towards coaching Pakistani cricketers, not only they mingled with the Pakistani national team, but they were also present on every single day at the Faysal Bank Super Eight T20 Tournament recently held in Rawalpindi. Their presence and keen observation on the proceedings certainly proved a great motivational factor for some of the Young as well as discarded players that played brilliantly in the tournament and showed that they are still hungry to play for Pakistan or to represent the country at the highest level. Among these players, top of the list was Ex Pakistan Captain and the controversial all rounder Shoaib Malik, who not only led his side Sialkot Stallions to another T20 title but was also influential in his team’s successful campaign. His all round show was a huge factor in Sialkot’s triumphant tournament. Malik scored 101 runs in 3 innings at an average of 50, and played a crucial innings of 62 in the final against Karachi Dolphins that took the game away for the Dolphins at just the half way stage. With the ball in his hand Malik was impressive too as He was the second highest wicket taker of the tournament grabbing 7 wickets at an impressive economy of fewer than 7.