Nahida KhanMiddle Order Batswoman
Date of Birth03-11-1986
Place of BirthQuetta, Baluchistan
Batting StyleRight-hand Bat
Bowling StyleRight-arm medium
Nahida Khan made her ODI debut on February 7, 2009, against Sri Lanka and made her T20I debut on October 14, 2010, against Sri Lanka.
She was a part of the team at the Women’s Cricket World Cup in Australia later that year and also a part of the team at the 2010 Asian Games in China. She formed part of the squad in ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier last year and scored 222 runs in six matches and was selected in the ICC Women’s World Cup, 2017.
Apart from the national team, she plays for South Zone Women in the domestic circuit.
She was the captain of the Team Blasters in the recently concluded PCB Tri-angular One Day Women’s Cricket Tournament.
- May 25, 2020
Nahida Khan said Pakistan had built up a great deal of momentum and were poised to beat India had the ODI series taken place.
- February 29, 2020
A fracture in her right thumb ruled Bismah Maroof out of the T20 World Cup; Javeria Khan named skipper while Nahida Khan her replacement.
- January 20, 2020
In a shock move, Sana Mir, the former Pakistan captain and the team’s highest wicket-taker in T20Is, has been left out of their squad for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 to be held in Australia beginning on February 21. Mir, who recently announced that she was going to take an indefinite break from
- January 12, 2020
An unbeaten half-century by Omaima Sohail led PCB Dynamites to their first victory against PCB Blasters by seven wickets in the National Triangular T20 Women’s Cricket Championship at the National Stadium, Karachi on Sunday (January 12). Blasters, who opted to bat first, had an inauspicious start when they lost Ayesha Naseem for a four-ball duck.