LAHORE – Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has congratulated Pakistan ladies’s cricket star Sana Mir for her inclusion within the ICC Girls’s Committee as one of many three present participant representatives.
Former England participant Clare Connor has been retained because the chair of the ICC Girls’s Committee, which additionally consists of PCB Managing Director Wasim Khan as one of many full member representatives. Former Pakistan captain and main wicket-taking spinner in ladies’s ODIs, Sana is joined by Australia’s Lisa Sthalekar and Mithali Raj of India as present gamers’ representatives on the committee that met for the primary time in London on Thursday through the ICC Annual Convention week.
PCB chairman Ehsan Mani stated: “On behalf of the PCB, I wish to congratulate Sana Mir on her inclusion within the ICC Girls’s Committee. I’m assured that Sana will deliver nice perception and information to the group, which is able to solely assist ladies’s worldwide cricket get stronger. “Sana’s newest achievement will appeal to and encourage our younger ladies, which, in flip integrates with our technique on the expansion and improvement of girls’s cricket in Pakistan.”
Sana thanked the ICC for the chance saying, “It’s an absolute honour to symbolize the present gamers at this elite discussion board and grow to be their voice. Girls cricket is rising around the globe and I really feel it is a very brave and inclusive step by the ICC to have present gamers concerned within the promotion and improvement of the sport.”
“We would be the voice of the gamers, we will take the notes from the committee and get the gamers on-board on how the ICC plans to advertise the sport. It’s nice to be part of this committee and I stay up for giving my views and making a constructive influence for the reason for ladies’s cricket around the globe.”