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  • Sania Iqbal Khan (Urdu: سانیہ اقبال خان‎; born 23 March 1985) is a female Pakistani cricketer from Multan. She is a right-handed bats woman and right-arm medium bowler. She played international level as well as domestic level. She also played two matches at the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup. Sania khan(born 23 March 1985) is an international cricket player of pakistan( pcb link.) She is member of pioneer squad team which is playing cricket from 2003 under pcb women wing to date . In 2014 world cup ,she was the bowler who took most wickets for Pakistan. Personal life Academic She is level 1 coach (en)
  • Sania Iqbal Khan (Urdu: سانیہ اقبال خان‎; born 23 March 1985) is a female Pakistani cricketer from Multan. She is a right-handed bats woman and right-arm medium bowler. She played international level as well as domestic level. She also played two matches at the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup. Sania khan(born 23 March 1985) is an international cricket player of pakistan( pcb link.) She is member of pioneer squad team which is playing cricket from 2003 under pcb women wing to date . In 2014 world cup ,she was the bowler who took most wickets for Pakistan. (en)
  • Sania Iqbal Khan (Urdu: سانیہ اقبال خان‎; born 23 March 1985) is a female Pakistani cricketer from Multan. She is a right-handed bats woman and right-arm medium bowler. She played international level as well as domestic level. She also played two matches at the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup. Sania khan(born 23 March 1985) is an international cricket player of pakistan( pcb link.) (en)
  • Sania Iqbal Khan (Urdu: سانیہ اقبال خان‎; born 23 March 1985) is a female Pakistani cricketer from Multan. She is a right-handed bats woman and right-arm medium bowler. She played international level as well as domestic level. She also played two matches at the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup. Sania khan(born 23 March 1985) is an international cricket player of Pakistan( PCB link.) (en)
  • Sania Iqbal Khan (Urdu: سانیہ اقبال خان‎; born 23 March 1985) is a female Pakistani cricketer from Multan. She is a right-handed bats woman and right-arm medium bowler. She played international level as well as domestic level. She also played two matches at the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup. Sania khan(born 23 March 1985) is an international cricket player of Pakistan ( PCB link ). (en)
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  • Sania Iqbal Khan (Urdu: سانیہ اقبال خان‎; born 23 March 1985) is a female Pakistani cricketer from Multan. She is a right-handed bats woman and right-arm medium bowler. She played international level as well as domestic level. She also played two matches at the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup. Sania khan(born 23 March 1985) is an international cricket player of pakistan( pcb link.) She is member of pioneer squad team which is playing cricket from 2003 under pcb women wing to date . She played in 42 international matches,including ODI WORLD CUP 2009, WORLDCUP QUALIFYING ROUND 2010 T20 WORLD CUP 2010, 2014 ASIAN GAMES 2010, 2014 ICC CHAMPIONSHIPS 2014, 2015, 2016 . In 2014 world cup ,she was the bowler who took most wickets for Pakistan. In 2014 in Tri Nation series at(Doha) Qatar, she also got most wickets for Pakistan in T20 world Cup 2014(Sylhet). 2015 She became #1 bowler in domestic season in all format. She got thumb injury before T20 world cup 2016 India. She played her last international against England in 2016 . After that she took break and started looking for other cricketing career as official. Along with this she continued to play domestic tournament. 2018 she participated in domestic match and remained second highest wicket taker bowler of tournament. 2019 she got appointed as senior development officer for women and girls cricket in grand Cayman Island. She started her career as coach,fitness trainer and development officer in the grand Cayman island and cricket was started after three years. She ran ICCA Mom and Daughter cricket program, school cricket ,and academy cricket for women and girls. After 7 month ,she take rest from that job because she wanted to serve Pakistan with her services. Personal life She is born in city Multan, province Punjab. she belong to Baloch family which are famous for their strict traditions and their bravery. Academic She has done master in physical education from Punjab University. She is level 1 coach She has got certificate as fitness trainer from PCB. She has got certification in child protection in sport and 1st aid. She is doing psychology diploma she has done sport coaching diploma . (en)
  • Sania Iqbal Khan (Urdu: سانیہ اقبال خان‎; born 23 March 1985) is a female Pakistani cricketer from Multan. She is a right-handed bats woman and right-arm medium bowler. She played international level as well as domestic level. She also played two matches at the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup. Sania khan(born 23 March 1985) is an international cricket player of pakistan( pcb link.) She is member of pioneer squad team which is playing cricket from 2003 under pcb women wing to date . She played in 42 international matches,including ODI WORLD CUP 2009, WORLDCUP QUALIFYING ROUND 2010 T20 WORLD CUP 2010, 2014 ASIAN GAMES 2010, 2014 ICC CHAMPIONSHIPS 2014, 2015, 2016 . In 2014 world cup ,she was the bowler who took most wickets for Pakistan. In 2014 in Tri Nation series at(Doha) Qatar, she also got most wickets for Pakistan in T20 world Cup 2014(Sylhet). 2015 She became #1 bowler in domestic season in all format. She got thumb injury before T20 world cup 2016 India. She played her last international against England in 2016 . After that she took break and started looking for other cricketing career as official. Along with this she continued to play domestic tournament. 2018 she participated in domestic match and remained second highest wicket taker bowler of tournament. 2019 she got appointed as senior development officer for women and girls cricket in grand Cayman Island. She started her career as coach,fitness trainer and development officer in the grand Cayman island and cricket was started after three years. She ran ICCA Mom and Daughter cricket program, school cricket ,and academy cricket for women and girls. After 7 month ,she take rest from that job because she wanted to serve Pakistan with her services. (en)
  • Sania Iqbal Khan (Urdu: سانیہ اقبال خان‎; born 23 March 1985) is a female Pakistani cricketer from Multan. She is a right-handed bats woman and right-arm medium bowler. She played international level as well as domestic level. She also played two matches at the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup. Sania khan(born 23 March 1985) is an international cricket player of pakistan( pcb link.) (en)
  • Sania Iqbal Khan (Urdu: سانیہ اقبال خان‎; born 23 March 1985) is a female Pakistani cricketer from Multan. She is a right-handed bats woman and right-arm medium bowler. She played international level as well as domestic level. She also played two matches at the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup. Sania khan(born 23 March 1985) is an international cricket player of Pakistan( PCB link.) (en)
  • Sania Iqbal Khan (Urdu: سانیہ اقبال خان‎; born 23 March 1985) is a female Pakistani cricketer from Multan. She is a right-handed bats woman and right-arm medium bowler. She played international level as well as domestic level. She also played two matches at the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup. Sania khan(born 23 March 1985) is an international cricket player of Pakistan ( PCB link ). (en)
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