Pakistani women cricket player : Sidra Nawaz bio

Personal Profile

Full name:Sidra Nawaz
Born:March 14, 1994, Lahore, Punjab
Current age:28 Years, 6 Months, 19 Days
Major Teams:Pakistan Women, PCB Blasters, Pakistan Women A,
Batting & Fielding

The beginning of Sidra Nawaz’s worldwide career has been peculiar. She has participated in over 100 games for her country. She has not, however, hit even a single half-century. Nawaz’s place in the batting order is the cause of it. Nawaz is given a number of balls by the Pakistani decision-making body that is so low that she scarcely has enough for a significant score. She often serves as a pinch hitter.

Nawaz’s dependable glove work, in addition to her bat, keeps her on the squad for practically every tournament. She has performed well for the green shirts behind the stumps, solidifying her position in the team. Pakistan could have a tremendous asset in her if she can improve her batting, in that case.

Childhood & Major Teams

Nawaz was born in Lahore, Punjab, on March 14, 1994. She has always been a talented cricketer and was selected for the Higher Education Commission and Lahore Under-19s Women teams. She has also appeared for PCB Challengers, PCB Dolphins, Lahore Women, Saif Sports Saga Women, Omar Associates Women, Punjab Women, and Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited Women. She most recently participated in the 2019–2020 National Triangular T20 Women’s Championship while playing for the PCB Blasters.

Residential Career

Nawaz’s List A career began in the 2014 Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah Women Cricket Championship Seniors, according to data on the PCB website. She competed in the competition as Lahore Women. She was never given the opportunity to bat during the first game against Multan Women.

She made her T20 debut while playing for the Lahore U-19s Women in the PCB National Under-19 Women’s Championship in 2010–11. Nawaz scored a useful knock of 18 runs in the first game at the Lahore Country Club, Muridke, versus Islamabad U-19s ladies. It enabled her team to score a respectable 139 points.

The 2019–20 National Triangular T20 Women’s Championship was a blast for Nawaz. In the game against the PCB Dynamites, she scored an astounding unblemished 20 points. Her rapid 20 versus PCB Challengers in the championship helped the Blasters score a respectable total of 128 points. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to win the championship for her.

Worldwide Career

On August 21, 2014, Nawaz made her debut in a match against the Australian Women in Brisbane. She managed to score only 1 run from 11 deliveries in her debut, which wasn’t very remarkable, and Jess Jonassen eventually outran her. Just a few days later, she made her T20I debut against the same opponent at the Gold Coast venue.

For Nawaz, this game was much worse. She was employed considerably later in the batting order than she would have anticipated, to start. She was bowled on the very first ball she encountered, further escalating her injuries. This time, Sarah Coyte was the bowler.

Scores & Stats

Nawaz has only scored 189 runs in the 43 games she has played so far, averaging under 10. In T20Is, she also has a less than ten average. Nawaz has only scored 139 runs overall in the 48 matches in which she has played for her nation. She does not currently own a fifty, although she previously perilously got near. Her highest mark is a 47.

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