Shahzada TV | Sports Desk | Pakistan women’s cricket team has been at its lowest in terms of performance due to the absence of frequent and regular cricket. In order to see women performing fantastically, Women’s PSL is a must in upcoming years. It will boost the confidence of the team, hunt new talent, and develop the cricketing skills of the women players. This is what Bisma Maroof – the captain of the Pakistan women’s cricket team thinks as the future of women’s cricket in Pakistan.
Most of the Indian female cricketers including Harmanpreet, Smriti Mandhana, Richa Ghosh, Deepti, Shafali Verma, and Richa Ghosh were part of the Big Bash League 2021-22. Few of them are all set to participate in the upcoming edition also. These events highly enhance their cricketing skills and provide them with efficient training to be ready for every competition.
However, the case of Pakistan is pathetically otherwise. Nida Dar is the only women cricketer from Pakistan to participate in WBBL in 2019-20. Not a single player other than Nida got placed in the list of Hundred.
Bisma Maroof felt this deficiency as she was part of the Fair Break invitational tournament along with her Pakistani mates Diana Baig, Aliya Riaz, Fatima Sana, and Sana Mir. Resultantly, rare participation by only a few players hits the team very hard.
Bisma Maroof was also denied entry into the Women’s World Cup as she did not get accreditation for her toddler daughter. However, PCB fought her case and got Maroof’s mother to travel with her. There, her daughter became the main focus of photographers. In addition to this, she also became a source of widening the gulf of affability of team members with their counterparts.
To sum up, Indian players perform well than others as they are actively playing leagues like BBL. This process helps them to understand weather patterns, requirements of pitches, weaknesses, strengths of opponent teams, and much more. And, eventually, they stand out and keep winning.
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