at the eve of the ICC women's world Twenty 2018, former Pakistan captain Urooj Mumtaz has stated that girls's cricket has grown leaps and boundaries and is now nearly a replicate image of the guys's recreation.
the 10-team T20 event, set to be held from November nine to 24, will function Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, eire, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and the West Indies.
In an one of a kind piece for the worldwide Cricket Council, Mumtaz recommended that girls cricketers formerly used to keep themselves lower back but have have now realised that they could reflect most matters of the men's sport, including the dilscoop, reverse sweep, coming down the tune to hit the ball over cowl, or another revolutionary shot.
Urooj writes that it's far imperative that Pakistan does nicely inside the global T20 after failing miserably on the ICC women'ss world Cup 2017.
"I feel that we are a better unit for T20s," she opined. "once we shine in the match, the sponsors will are available in and home circuit will become greater professional."
Urooj, who is a member of the Pakistan Cricket Board's cricket committee, feels "increasing the participant base" is the handiest manner to take women's cricket to the following level in Pakistan.
"in my view, the transformation is but to manifest amongst Pakistano cricketers due to the fact we're but to identify and develop specialists for distinctive codecs," she stated.
"international locations like Australia, England and New Zealand have greater aggressive home cricket and that kind of competition is needed to enhance our own participant base."