An all-round performance from 19-year-old Fatima Sana helped Pakistan national women’s team record their second consecutive win as they defeated the hosts by 22 runs (DLS method) in the fifth and final One-Day International
The national women’s ‘A’ team finished off their tour of the West Indies with a 100 per cent win record when they defeated their West Indian counterparts by seven wickets in the third and final One-Day at the Coolidge Cricket Ground
Off-spinner Rameen Shamim has been ruled out of the next game of the Pakistan women’s tour of the West Indies, which is the national side’s fourth One-Day International against West Indies Women on 15 July
The Cricket West Indies Women’s Selection Panel today named a 14-member West Indies Women squad for the remaining three matches of the five-match CG Insurance One Day International (ODI) Series against Pakistan at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium (SVRS) in Antigua.
The highlight of the innings was the 42-run partnership between Nida Dar (29 off 36) and Sidra Nawaz (17 off 25) that rescued Pakistan from 25 for three. Aliya Riaz and Fatima Sana were not out on 17 and eight.
A stellar bowling performance sealed the three-T20 series for Pakistan Women ‘A’ as they successfully defended 108 to beat West Indies Women ‘A’ in the second match at Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua on Friday.
An unbeaten 40 runs from Ayesha Zafar and two wickets apiece from Aimen Anwar and Rameen Shamim guided Pakistan Women ‘A’ to a seven-wicket win over West Indies ‘A’ in the first of three T20 match series on Wednesday