Pakistan's Sana Mir Tops ICC ODI Women's Bowlers Rankings
Sana Mir, a right-arm off-break bowler, is the former ODI and T20I captain of the Pakistan women's cricket team.
- Mir is a former Pakistan limited-overs captain.
- She has over 200 limited-overs wickets to her name.
- The ICC Rankings were released on Tuesday.
Sana Mir, former captain of Pakistan's T20I and ODI teams, has now topped the International Cricket Council's ODI Women's bowlers rankings, which were released on Tuesday. Mir, a right-arm off-break bowler, tops the charts with 663 points, with Australia's Megan Schutt (660 points) and South Africa's Marizzane Kapp (643) trailing her. The Pakistan off-spinnertook to Twitter to express her joy at this momentous achievement. She wrote, "This is a team effort of support staff and players who have helped me excel." In another tweet, she further added, "I would also like to thank ICC for providing us regular opportunities to play with the big teams through ICC women Championship and to coach Mark Coles, who chose to look at my skill rather than my age."