Past Performances

2009 Group Stage
2010 Group Stage
2012 Group Stage
Pakistan qualified for the tournament with a nine-wicket victory over Ireland in the semi-finals of the ICC World Twenty20 qualifier last July in Dublin. Left-arm spinner Sadia Yousuf took 4 for 9 to restrict Ireland to 65 all out. The final against Sri Lanka was curtailed by rain, so the trophy was shared. Pakistan is bidding to progress from the group stage for the first time at an ICC global event. It has appeared in all three ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournaments and three ICC Women’s World Cup events (1997, 2009 and 2013). Its tournament highlight so far was a thrilling victory over India at Galle in the ICC World Twenty20 2012. Chasing only 99 to win, India was well-placed at 44 for 1 in the tenth over, before off-spinner Nida Dar took three wickets in six balls. It was Pakistan’s first victory in any format over one of the leading four female nations (Australia, England, India and New Zealand). It has since beaten England once as well, last July at Loughborough. In 2010, led by Sana Mir, who is still its captain, Pakistan won gold at the Twenty20 cricket final of the Asian Games at Guangzhou, China, with a ten-wicket victory over Bangladesh.


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