Pakistan national women's cricket team

Pakistan National Women's Cricket Team

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The Pakistan national women's cricket team is a professional cricket team that represents Pakistan in international women's cricket matches.

History

1990s

The concept of Women's cricket was first introduced in Pakistan by sisters Shaiza and Sharmeen Khan in 1996. They were subsequently met with court cases and even death threats. The government refused them permission to play India in 1997 and ruled that women were forbidden from playing sports in public due to the religious issues.

However, Pakistan first appeared in women's cricket in 1997 and playing against New Zealand and Australia. They lost all three One Day International matches on that tour, but they were still invited to take part in the Women's Cricket World Cup later that year in India. They lost all five matches in the tournament and finished last, out of the eleven teams in the competition. The following year, Pakistan toured Sri Lanka and played three One Day International matches, losing all of their matches and played in their first Test match, which they also lost.

2000s

In 2000, Pakistan toured Ireland for a five match One Day International series against Ireland. They lost the Test match by an innings inside two days and the One Day International series 4-0, with one match interrupted by rain. Their first international win, in their 19th match, came against the......
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