Pakistan women cricket team captain Sana Mir, who helped the team grab two Gold Medals in the 2010 and 2014 Asian Games in Guangzhou and Incheon , has said that the future of their women's cricket is very bright.
Chairperson of the Pakistan Cricket Board women`s wing Bushra Aitzaz said the national team had shown lot of courage by going to play in India in the ICC World Cup and other countries, including India, must now reciprocate by playing in Pakistan.
PCB Chairman Zaka Ashraf might have blamed uncertain security situation in India for the national women`s team flop show in the World Cup but captain Sana Mir returned home all praise for the hospitality showered on the team by the hosts.
Unfazed by the uncertainty prevailing over their participation in the ICC women`s World Cup later this month, the Pakistan cricket team is carrying on with their preparations in full swing and are confident of leaving a mark on the mega-event.
Sana Mir, the captain of the Pakistan women`s team that will take part in the ICC World Cup in Mumbai later this month, is hopeful that they would be able to replicate the performance of their male counterparts in the ongoing series in India.