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Pakistan cricketer Bismah Maroof announces retirement from international cricket

By Ravi - April 25, 2024 05:39 PM

Pakistan cricketer Bismah Maroof announced his retirement from international cricket on Thursday, April 25. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) issued a statement confirming this. Bismah Maroof put brakes on his 17 year long cricket career. Maroof played cricket for Pakistan for the first time in 2006.

Bismah Maroof has scored 3369 and 2893 runs in 136 Women's ODIs and 140 Women's T20Is respectively for Pakistan, which includes 33 fifties to her name. During this period, he has also taken 80 wickets, in which his best performance has been taking 4 wickets. Apart from his statement to the PCB, Maroof shared an emotional post for the fans on his social media handle. In it he wrote, Have collected a treasure of beautiful memories.

Bismah Maroof debut against India

Let us tell you that left-handed batsman Bismah Maroof made her ODI cricket debut for Pakistan on December 13, 2006 against India and played her last ODI match against West Indies on April 23, 2024. Maroof debuted in T20 cricket in 2009 and last played in 2023. Bismah is the first female cricketer to score more than three thousand runs in ODIs without scoring a century.


Dil ki baat written on social media

Sharing a post on Instagram, Bismah wrote, I have decided to retire from the sport I love the most. It has been an incredible journey filled with challenges, triumphs and unforgettable memories. I would like to express my gratitude to my family, who have supported me in my cricket journey from the beginning till now. Also thanks to all the fans for supporting me.

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