Sports Board Punjab’s 6-day winter vacations coaching/training programme for under-16 players has started across the province. The winter vacations coaching/training programme is being conducted under the directives of Director General Sports Punjab Nadeem Sarwar. Director General Sports Punjab Nadeem Sarwar, in a statement on Monday, said the 6-day winter vacations coaching/training programme is a healthy activity and the best way to keep young players active and fit during winter vacations. “It’s great opportunity for young players to sharpen their games skills under the qualified SBP coaches,” he added. The 6-day winter vacations coaching/training programme will remain continue till Dec 29, 2018 in all the 36 districts of the province. All the DSOs of the province have also been advised to prepare a thorough report of the winter vacations camp along with relevant photographs and send it to the SBP office by January 1, 2019. On the opening day, Lahore hosted bodybuilding, weightlifting, swimming, volleyball, physical fitness training camps under the supervision of expert coaches. Similarly, Kasur organized hockey and football camps, Sheikhupura hosted hockey, wrestling, Nankana Sahib hockey, boxing, Gujranwala football, squash, Hafizabad taekwondo, cricket, Sialkot lawn tennis, bodybuilding, Narowal football, boxing, Mandi Bahauddin volleyball, Gujrat athletics, lawn tennis, Rawalpindi athletics, squash, Chakwal baseball, hockey, Attock baseball, Jhelum table tennis, boxing, Sargodha hockey, football, Khushab hockey, Mianwali athletics, Bhakkar handball, Faisalabad lawn tennis, athletics, Jhang swimming, athletics, Chiniot badminton, hockey, TT Singh hockey, touch ball, pentathlon, Multan hockey, football, Lodhran hockey, table tennis, Vehari, Pakpattan and Khanewal hockey, DG Khan and Layyah badminton, Rajanpur football, Muzaffargarh basketball, Bahawalpur swimming, squash, Bahawalnagar badminton, table tennis, Rahimyar Khan athletics, basketball, Sahiwal table tennis, karate and badminton and football camps got under way at Okara.