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Sana Mir Height, Weight, Age, Boyfriend, Husband, Biography & More

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Sana Mir

Bio
Real NameSana Mir
ProfessionPakistani Women Cricketer (All-rounder)
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 173 cm
in meters- 1.73 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 8”
Weight (approx.)in Kilograms- 65 kg
in Pounds- 143 lbs
Figure Measurements (approx.)34-28-36
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Cricket
International DebutTest- N/A
ODI- 28 December 2005 vs Sri Lanka Women in Karachi
T20- 25 May 2009 vs Ireland Women in Dublin
Coach/MentorNot Known
Jersey Number #5 (Pakistan Women)
Domestic/State TeamsZarai Taraqiati Bank Limited Women, Pakistan Cricket Board Women Greens, South Zone (Pakistan) Women, Karachi
Bowling StyleRight-arm offspin
Batting StyleRight-hand bat
Records/Achievements (main ones)• She led Pakistan to its first ever tournament win in both ODI and T20I formats when they played in Sri Lanka in 2011.
• In February 2017, she became the first Pakistani woman cricketer to take 100 One Day International wickets.
Career Turning PointLooking at her performances at the domestic level cricket, selectors named her to the Pakistan Women Cricket team in 2005.
Personal Life
Date of Birth5 January 1986
Age (as in 2017)31 Years
Birth PlaceAbbottabad, Pakistan
Zodiac sign/Sun signCapricorn
NationalityPakistani
HometownAbbottabad, Pakistan
SchoolNot Known
CollegeNot Known
Educational QualificationBachelors in Statistics and Economics
FamilyNot Known
ReligionIslam
HobbiesListening to Music
Favourite Things
Favourite CricketersWaqar Younis, Imran Khan, Jonty Rhodes, M.S. Dhoni, Jhulan Goswami
Boys, Affair & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Affairs/BoyfriendsNot Known
HusbandN/A

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Sana Mir

  • Does Sana Mir smoke: Not Known
  • Does Sana Mir drink alcohol: Not Known
  • Sana hails from a family of Kashmiris who got settled in Abbottabad in Pakistan.
  • She led her team to two gold medals victory in Asian Games; with first one in 2010 and the other one in 2014.
  • She became the first Pakistani woman player to be honoured with the PCB Woman Cricketer of the year in 2013.
  • As of June 2017, she ranks 8th in the Women’s ODI Bowlers in the ICC player rankings.
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