The Pakistan Women’s Cricket League has received strong interest from Nobel winner Malala Yousafzai. With the departure of former chairman Ramiz Raja, she reportedly expressed her desire to the board’s management.
According to reports in the media, Yousafzai has actively sought information from the board regarding the processes and procedures required and has expressed her interest to sponsor a women’s league club. Also, it is thought that she plans to take part in the competition for women’s league teams.
Malala Yousafzai met with female cricket players in a special setting while she was in Lahore last year.
As well Sidra Ameen, Diana Baig, and Tuba Hassan from the women’s cricket team, as well as Eman Ali and Shawal Zulfiqar from the under-19 women’s team, she had the chance to interact with some of the team’s top players.
She sent them her best wishes for their future work, especially the 2023 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, and urged them to believe in themselves, continue to practice, and, most importantly, have fun while playing.
Malala stressed the value of overcoming obstacles since they present chances for growth and development. Her words of inspiration and encouragement will surely motivate the athletes to work hard and never give up in the face of difficulties.
She had the chance to talk with some of the team’s best players, including Sidra Ameen, Diana Baig, and Tuba Hassan from the women’s cricket team, as well as Eman Ali and Shawal Zulfiqar from the under-19 women’s team.
She wishes them well in their future endeavors, particularly the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in 2023, and advised them to have confidence in themselves, keep practicing, and most importantly, enjoy themselves while playing.
Malala highlighted the value of overcoming challenges because they offer a chance to advance. Her words of motivation and inspiration will undoubtedly inspire the athletes to put in their best efforts and never give up in the face of obstacles.
Ten foreign players played in the exhibition matches, and the event was rated a success. The Women’s Cricket League is expected to have a substantial increase thanks to Malala Yousafzai’s backing, which will aid in promoting female sports in Pakistan.