Pakistani women cricket player : Iram Javed bio

CHENNAI, INDIA – MARCH 13: Iram Javed during the photocall of the Pakistan team ahead of the Women’s ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 on March 13, 2016 in Chennai, India. (Photo by Ritam Banerjee-IDI/Getty Images)

Personal Profile

Full name:Iram Javed
Born:December 16, 1991, Lahore, Punjab
Current age:30 Years, 9 Months, 15 Days
Major Teams:Pakistan Women, PCB Challengers, PCB Dynamites, Pakistan Women A,
Batting & Fielding

Iram Javed’s upbringing was completely unrepresentative of that of a conventional girl, according to her biography. She didn’t like dolls like the rest of her friends did, and she enjoyed doing things that males liked to do. Javed believes it was destiny’s purpose to make her more attracted toward the things that guys loved doing since she only had one brother and four sisters. Every one of her father’s children was constantly encouraged to go outside and play.

Javed first played on her patio, but quickly felt the need to advance the game. Without telling her brother, she used to play with their pals. His buddies made fun of him when he ultimately learned about it, telling him that his sister is a far better cricket player than he is. Javed’s father has always been there for him.

Javed was never bored of confronting the deliveries that her father used to throw, and as she developed, he became into a “human bowling machine.” She spent the most of her day at the cricket field, which gradually turned into her home.

She made the decision at the time that she only had the choice of becoming a cricket player. To get to where she is now, Javed gave her whole attention to cricket.

Childhood & Major Teams

On December 16, 1991, Javed was born in Lahore, Punjab. She was a member of the Lahore Under-19s Women’s squad when she was younger. Additionally, she has participated in matches for the Higher Education Commission Women, the Punjab Women, the State Bank of Pakistan Women, the Lahore Women, the PCB Challengers, the PCB Falcons, the PCB Blasters, and the Strikers Women.

Residential Career

At the PCB National Under-19 Women’s Championship in 2010–11, Javed made her T20 debut. She made her debut for the Lahore Under-19s Women’s team against the Quetta Under-19s Women’s team. She did not, however, get the opportunity to try her hand at bowling or batting in that game. 2014’s Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah Women Cricket Championship Seniors marked the beginning of her List A career. She bowled 9 overs while representing Lahore Women and gave up 36 runs. Additionally, she secured crucial dismissals from tailender Asma Bano and opener Komal Feroz.

Worldwide Career

When Javed made her debut in July 2013 against Ireland, she had her first opportunity to don the green jersey. Similar to her T20 debut, her T20I debut saw no use of her services. She was not given the opportunity to bowl since Nida Dar and Javeria Rauf handled the most of the work, nor was she given the opportunity to bat because Javeria Rauf and Javeria Khan put up an outstanding opening pair combination. He did get the opportunity to bowl in her subsequent One Day International debut, and he was outstanding. She bowled seven overs, allowing only 16 runs while also dismissing Clare Shillington and Eimear Richardson.

Figures and Statistic

Javed has participated in 35 T20 Internationals so far, totaling 267 runs. Her average is a respectable bit over 10. In the shortest version of the game, she only has one wicket. Javed has participated in 16 ODIs for her nation, scoring 125 runs with an average under 10. She has taken three ODI wickets and allowed just an average of under six runs per over. In international cricket, she has scored one half-century.

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