Will Malala buy a team in the Pakistan Women’s Cricket League?
Malala Yousafzai, who won the Nobel Peace Prize, wants to buy a team for Pakistan’s first-ever women’s cricket league.
The 25-year-old activist is known for more than just her work to help girls get an education. She is also a writer and a film director, among other things.
Sources say that Malala has asked about the buying process for women’s league teams, which was supposed to happen in October of this year.
She is interested in the women’s league, so she has talked to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) management committee. It’s also important to remember that Malala’s husband, Asser Malik, stayed involved with the Pakistan Cricket Board. (PCB).
Most likely, the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize will try to buy a team in the women’s league. She told the former head of the PCB, Ramiz Raja, earlier that she was interested in the women’s league.
During his time as chairman, Ramiz started “The Women’s League” at the opening ceremony of the Pakistan Junior League (PJL) in October of last year. This was the first time anything like this had been done. The event was said to be held at the same time as season 8 of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
But the PCB management committee pushed back the women’s league and plans to start it in October.
During PSL 8, three training games for women were played in Rawalpindi.
In three games, the Amazons and the Super Women played each other. Ten foreign cricket players also took part. The Amazons, which was led by Bismah Maroof, won the exhibition game 2-1.
In the training matches, Ireland’s Laura Delany, England’s Lauren Winfield-Hill, Maia Bouchier, Danni Wyatt, and Tammy Beaumont, Australia’s Tess Flintoff, Sri Lanka’s Chamari Athapaththu, Bangladesh’s Jahanara Alam, and New Zealand’s Lea Tahuhu all played.