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Hi, I am Sana

From playing in India in 2006 to playing in South Africa in 2019, the beautiful sport that is cricket has taken me around the World to places I couldn’t imagine.

Cricket has allowed me to meet people I wouldn’t have otherwise, and given me opportunities I may otherwise not have received, and therefore I am always indebted to the sport for that.

I have played international cricket for the past 15 or so years, but how did I get here?

I was born in 1986 in Abbottabad, Pakistan.

Growing up in Pakistan, it is hard to escape cricket. Almost every channel on TV had some sort of cricket match being aired. And I fell in love with the sport.

I grew up watching the greats of Sports on television, including the likes of Waqar Younis, Jonty Rhodes, Pete Sampras, Steffi Graf and I always had a special admiration for the Captain Imran Khan.

But I always wondered, why are women not playing?

Cricket was always seen as a ‘mans’ sport, especially in OUR region.

Hi, I am Sana

From playing in India in 2006 to playing in South Africa in 2019, the beautiful sport that is cricket has taken me around the World to places I couldn’t imagine.

Cricket has allowed me to meet people I wouldn’t have otherwise, and given me opportunities I may otherwise not have received, and therefore I am always indebted to the sport for that.

I have played international cricket for the past 15 or so years, but how did I get here?

 

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Timeline

  • 2005

    Debuts for Pakistan in ODI cricket against Sri Lanka
  • 2010

    Won a Gold medal at the Asian Games held in China
  • 2012

    Became the first ever female cricketer from Pakistan to be awarded Tamgha-e-Imtiaz and defeated India for the first time in a World Cup fixture
  • 2013

    Defeated a strong English team in the T20i format and awarded player of the match
  • 2014

    Retained and defended the Asian Games Gold medal
  • 2018

    Became the number 1 bowler in the ICC rankings, and the first female Pakistan to ever do so. Selected in ICC Women’s ODI team of the year
  • 2019

    Awarded the Asian Game Changer and the People’s Choice Award (Female) at the Pakistan Sports Awards. Also named captain of the Wisden team of the decade

Highlights from Mentorship session with Hong Kong women's Cricket team

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