Sana Mir: Pakistan’s Best Women Cricket Player

11 months ago / by Team SEEMA
Sana Mir
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Sana Mir was born in 1986 in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Growing up in Pakistan, it is hard to escape cricket. So many Pakistani channels on TV have cricket coverage. And Sana fell in love with the game at a young age.

Cricket is a sport that has more than two billion fans across the globe. The game originated in England, but it has since spread to countries like India, Australia and New Zealand. Cricket is played with a bat and ball by two teams on an oval-shaped field. The game has three periods: the first is the batting team’s turn to strike, the second is for fielding, and the third is for the batting team’s turn to strike.

The sport is played on a rectangular field, which is bordered by two sets of three long wooden stumps on each side of it.

The game is played between two teams of eleven players on a field at the center of which is a rectangular 22-yard long pitch. The game takes place with a single innings of each team batting, and the other team fielding.

Sana Mir became a renown Pakistani women’s cricketer. She has played for Pakistan and Islamabad in the past. Mir was born in Karachi. She has not only been a good all-rounder but also an excellent wicket keeper.

She made her international debut in 2005 when she played for Pakistan in ODI cricket against Sri Lanka. She was one of the first female cricketers from Pakistan to play at the international level.