During the Pakistan Super League 8 (PSL 8), exhibition matches are also being organized for the first time between two women’s teams, for which the PCB has announced the names of 10 foreign cricketers.
The Pakistan Cricket Board today released the list of women’s squads for the 3 exhibition matches of the Women’s League, which will be played on March 8, 10 and 11 in Rawalpindi.
In a Twitter message issued by the Pakistan Cricket Board, it was stated that 10 female cricketers from 7 countries of the world will represent both teams in the exhibition matches.
During PSL 8 in Rawalpindi, women’s matches will start at 2 PM followed by men’s matches at 7 PM.
According to the PCB, Bisma will captain the well-known Amazons, which include Ireland’s Laura Delaney, England’s Lauren Winfield Hill, Maya Bouchier and Tammy Beaumont, while Australia’s Tess Flintoff will be there.
Nida Dar, on the other hand, will lead the Super Women, which will also feature Sri Lanka’s Chamari Athapathu, England’s Danny White, Bangladesh’s Jahan Ara Alam, South Africa’s Laura Wilwardt and New Zealand’s Lee Tahoeho.
Bisma Maruf says that I am happy to lead the Amazon team in the three exhibition matches of the women’s league. And will give our players the best opportunity to learn from them.
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Superwomen captain Nida Dar said, “I am excited to lead an exciting group of Superwomen players. The exhibition matches will provide an excellent platform for emerging players to showcase their talents.”
He said that the participation of foreign players in these matches and their experience will help the local players to improve their skills.
List of teams
Amazon: Basma Maruf (captain), Alia Riaz, Anam Amin, Arisha Noor, Ayman Fatima, Fatima Khan, Fatima Sana, Ghulam Fatima, Gul Feroza, Kainat Imtiaz, Laura Delaney (Ireland), Lauren Winfield Hill (England), Maya Boucher (England) ), Nasherah Sindhu, Sadaf Shams, Tammy Beaumont (England), Tess Flintoff (Australia) and Umm Hani.
Super Women: Nida Dar (captain), Ayman Anwar, Chamari Athapatthu (Sri Lanka), Danny Wyatt (England), Iram Javed, Jahan Ara Alam (Bangladesh), Laura Wollwardt (South Africa), Lee Tahoe (New Zealand), Muniba Ali, Natalia Parvez, Umaima Sohail, Sadia Iqbal, Shawal Zulfiqar, Sudra Amin, Sudra Nawaz, Syeda Aroob Shah, Syeda Masooma Zahra, Touba Hasan.
It should be noted that T20 matches are being organized for the first time between women’s teams during the Pakistan Super League.