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Bismah Maroof, Nida Dar star in crucial Pakistan win

Bismah Maroof's unbeaten half-century and a career-best 5/21 from Nida Dar helped Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 23 runs in the Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup on Wednesday 6 June in Kuala Lumpur. After being asked to bat by Sri Lanka, Pakistan, spurred by captain Maroof's 41-ball 60* and Nahida Khan's 38 in 34 balls, put up a competitive total of 136/4. In reply, Sri Lanka could only manage 113/9 in their quota of overs as off-spinner Dar led the demolition job. There were two run outs in the Sri Lanka innings, while Maroof…

Bismah Maroof to lead Pakistan women team in Asia Cup 2018

KARACHI: Chief Selector Pakistan Women Cricket Team Jalal-ud-Din on Friday announced 15 members squad for Women’s Asia Cup slated to start from 3rd June in Malaysia. The 15-member squad includes Bismah Maroof (Captain), Muneeba Ali Siddiqui (Batswoman), Bibi Nahida (Batswoman), Jaweria Rauf (Batswoman), Syeda Nain Fatima Abidi (Batswoman), Omaima Sohail (Batswoman/ RAOS), Javeria Wadood (Batswoman), Sidra Nawaz (Wicket-keeper), Nida Rashid (Batswoman/Spin), Kainat Imtiaz (Batswoman/ Medium Fast), Sana Mir…

Bismah Maroof wants PSL for women

By Muzammil Asif KARACHI: Pakistan women's cricket team captain Bismah Maroof on Wednesday demanded from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to organize a women's Twenty20 league similar to the widely popular Pakistan Super League (PSL). Bismah, while talking to the ARY news, said that PSL has played a major role in building the career of many young cricketers so women cricketers too deserve a chance to showcase their talent through a similar event. "PSL provided a platform to the young players to exhibit their talent,…

Pakistan Women beat Sri Lanka in first T20I

COLOMBO: Pakistan kept up their winning run in Sri Lanka, following up their 3-0 win in the ICC Women’s Championship one-day international series with a one-wicket win with one ball left in the first of three Twenty20 Internationals on Wednesday. Asked to bat first, Sri Lanka finished at 124/6, Anushka Sanjeewai, the opener, and Nilakshi de Silva, the No.7, doing most of the scoring. Pakistan’s reply seemed to be on track for the longest time, but they went from 79/2 in the 12th over to 127/9 at the start of the final…

Bismah, Sana seal series win for Pakistan women

DAMBULLA: Skipper Bismah Maroof’s 89 and Sana Mir’s 4-20 guided Pakistan Women to a 94-run victory over Sri Lanka Women in the three-match ODI series of the second ICC World Championship at Dambulla. The victory gave Pakistan an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series, after they had won the first ODI by 69 runs. Opting to bat, Pakistan put up a competitive total of 250/6, Bismah was supported by contributions from Nida Dar (38) and Nahida Khan (29). Sana contributed with the bat as well scoring 25-ball 27 including…

India beat Pakistan to clinch Women’s Twenty20 Asia Cup

BANGKOK: India defeated Pakistan by 17 runs to clinch the Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup on Sunday, ARY News reported. India won the toss and chose to bat in the final between the two arch-rivals. India, led by their skipper Mithali Raj, scored 121/5 in their given 20 overs. She scored an unbeaten knock of 73 runs from 65 balls which included seven boundaries and a six. Jhulan Goswami scored 17 runs for India while Sabbhineni Meghana and Harmanpreet Kaur contributed nine and five runs with the bat respectively. Anam…