A young girl pays tribute to Sana Mir – a legend who broke the perceptions of what a girl in Pakistan can and cannot do.
Nida Dar, the self-professed ‘Lady Boom Boom,’ made history by becoming the first Pakistani woman to sign a Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) contract earlier this week. The 32-year old is set to don Sydney Thunder’s lime green and black kit in her maiden appearance in the tournament, which begins on October 18. Dar will
Pakistan is set to host Bangladesh at the Gaddafi Statium in Lahore. The two teams will clash in a three-match T20I series, which will be followed by two ODIs, between 26 October and 4 November. The tourists are scheduled to arrive in Lahore on 23 October. They will have a short amount of time to
Javeria Khan, the experienced Pakistani international, will captain the ICC Women’s Global Development Squad (WGDS) in their upcoming six-match tour of England. The squad features players from eight different countries, all of whom have represented their nation at the international level. The WGDS aims to bridge the gap between the players of the leading nations
As part of Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) CRIC4US initiative, Al-Nisa School, Quetta, Balochistan has joined hands with PCB to promote women’s cricket in the area. Al-Nisa School is set to become the first school in the province of Balochistan to set up an all-girls cricket academy. The CRIC4US program was introduced under the Women’s Cricket
In a must win encounter, Netherlands held their nerve to register a whopping nine wicket win over Germany. The victory led them to earn their place in the Global Qualifiers for the T20 World Cup in 2020, and the ODI World Cup in 2021. Having won the toss, Germany elected to bat first. Contrary to