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Sana Mir calls for changes in structure of country’s women’s cricket

Veteran all-rounder says the sport is undergoing evolution

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Sana Mir named in ICC women’s ODI team of 2018

Veteran cricketer took 19 wickets in seven ODIs last year

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Cricketers praise Sana Mir for becoming top ODI bowler

She took seven wickets in three matches against Australia

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Sana Mir tops ODI bowling rankings

Her performance against Australia lifted her three spots on the table

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Schutt stars as Australia Women defeat Pakistan in first ODI

Megan Schutt picked up three wickets and bowled four maiden overs

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ICC to implement laws against harassment ahead of Women’s World Twenty20

The need to implement the laws comes after nine cases of harassment were reported

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PCB awards: Sarfraz Ahmed receives Imtiaz Ahmed Spirit of Cricket Trophy

Pakistan cricket captain Sarfraz Ahmed was awarded the Imtiaz Ahmed Spirit of Cricket Trophy at the annual PCB awards ceremony held in Karachi on Wednesday night. “The captaincy is not an easy task,” Pakistan’s captain said. “The boys’ hard work paid off.” Sarfraz Ahmed receiving the Imtiaz Ahmed Spirit of Cricket trophy. #PCBAwards #TitansGala pic.twitter.com/lvQY3sHA8R…

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Sana Mir criticizes advertisements promoting body shaming

Former Pakistan women’s cricket team captain Sana Mir has criticized advertisements promoting “body shaming and objectification”. “The worst thing is that instead of sending a message to young girls that the colour or texture of their skin does not matter, we are promoting body shaming and objectification,” the cricketer posted on her Facebook profile. “We…

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Sana Mir makes it to top five in ODI bowling rankings

DUBAI: Sana Mir made it to the top five spots in the ICC Women’s ODI Bowling Rankings. The Pakistani spinner was placed at No.4 in the rankings. Jess Jonassen of Australia was at top followed by Megan Schutt (Australia) and Marizanne Kapp (South Africa) at No.2 and No.3 respectively. Jhulan Goswami (India) was at fifth…

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Maroof, Mir seal ODI series for Pakistan in Women’s Championship

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 at Colombo’s Sinhalese Sports Club on Wednesday 28 March. Asked to bat first, Sri Lanka finished at…

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Pakistan seal 94-win over Sri Lanka, win series

Captain Bismah Maroof’s 89 and Sana Mir’s 4/20 helped Pakistan Women to a 94-run victory over Sri Lanka Women in the second ICC World Championship one-day international of the three-match series in Dambulla. The victory gave Pakistan an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series, after they had won the first ODI by 69 runs. Opting…

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Major changes rock women’s cricket team, Bismah Maroof appointed new skipper

LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Saturday made major changes in the women’s national cricket team, which also included former captain Sana Mir’s sacking and the appointment of Bismah Maroof in her place as the new skipper.  The aftershocks of the women’s cricket team’s dismal performance in the recent world cup included the sacking…

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Sana Mir refuses to attend training camp

LAHORE: Pakistan’s senior cricketer Sana Mir has refused to attend the training camp or travel with the team unless the problems relating to women’s cricket are addressed. Mir – in an email to her teammates – stated, “I won’t be coming to the camp or travel with the team unless some crucial issues regarding women’s…

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Pakistani cricketer Sana Mir named ‘Asia 21 Young Leader’

NEW YORK: Sana Mir, captain of the Pakistan women’s cricket team, is among 30 remarkable professionals recently named “Asia 21 Young Leaders” by Asia Society, a non-profit organization that focuses on educating the world about Asia. Mir was selected for the 2017 class of Asia 21, Asia-Pacific’s foremost network of young leaders, with Asia Society…

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Basit backs women cricket team captain Sana Mir

Former coach of Pakistan Women’s Cricket team, Basit Ali said that captain Sana Mir gave a lot of sacrifices for the country and her struggle were admirable for the national team. If Sana Mir wants to quit herself from the captaincy, then she should be allowed to go. Watch what he said about her.

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New Zealand eliminate Pakistan from ICC Women’s World Cup

TAUNTON: Pakistan made their exit from Women’s World Cup after they suffered their fifth consecutive loss in the tournament on Saturday, Samaa reported. Pakistan suffered an eight-wicket defeat at the hands of New Zealand at Taunton. Pakistan, electing to bat first, were bowled out after scoring 144 runs. Captain Sana Mir scored 50 runs from…

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Women’s World Cup: Pakistan suffer fourth straight loss

LEICESTER: Pakistan suffered their fourth straight loss in the Women’s World Cup as they suffered a 159 run defeat at the hands of Australia in their last game of the tournament at Leicester on Wednesday, Samaa reported. Australia won the toss and chose to bat first in the match. Australia scored 290/8 in their 50…

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Video: Indian wickets in Women’s WC clash vs Pakistan

Pakistan’s Nashra Sandhu secured her ODI best 4/26 to help Pakistan restrict India to 169/9 in Derby in the Women’s World Cup fixture Sunday. Watch this video of Indian wickets…

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Pakistan restrict India to 169 in Women’s World Cup fixture

DERBY: In the Women’s World Cup fixture against Pakistan, India set Pakistan 170-run target to win the match at Derby on Sunday. Batting first after winning the toss, India could not cope with tight bowling of Pakistan and scored paltry 169 runs for nine in allotted fifty over. Nashra Sandhu was pick of the Pakistani…

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