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Bismah Maroof (Pakistani cricketer) Husband, Age, Records, Photos, Birthday, and More

By Saina Fatima

Bismah Maroof

Pakistani Cricketer, Bismah Maroof,  is an international cricketer and a captain of Pakistan National Women’s Cricket Team. She started her carrier in the team at the age of 15. She took over from Sana Mir as captain of the T20 squad after the Women’s World T20 in 2016. She was named in the 2009 Women’s Cricket World Cup in Australia. At the 2014 Asian Games in South Korea, she was appointed vice-captain of the Pakistan squad who won a second consecutive gold medal against Bangladesh.

On 11 October 2017, ahead of the New Zealand series in the UAE, Bismah was chosen as captain of the Pakistan women’s cricket squad. She was named in Pakistan’s squad for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournament in the West Indies in October 2018.

Name: Bismah Maroof

Nickname: Bismah

Role: Allrounder

Batting style Left-hand bat

Bowling style Legbreak

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5’6.93″ inches(170.00 cm)

Weight (approx.): NA

Eye Colour: NA

Hair Colour: Black

Personal Life

Date of Birth: July 18, 1991

Age (as on July 2019): 28 years

Birth Place: Lahore, Punjab

Zodiac sign: Cancer

Nationality: Pakistani

Educational Qualifications: NA



Religion: Islam

Cricket Career

International Debut

ODI: India Women v Pakistan Women at Jaipur, Dec 13, 2006

T20I: Ireland Women v Pakistan Women at Dublin, May 29, 2009

Jersey Number: 3

Major Teams:  Asia Women XI, Pakistan Women


CAREER SPAN: [ODI, 2006 – 2019], [T20I, 2009 – 2019]


Hobbies: NA

Favourite Cricketers: NA

Boyfriend, Spouse and Children

Marital Status: Married

Husband/Spouse: Abrar Khan

Awards and recognitions

  • Bismah was Pakistan’s leading run-scorer with 143 runs in five games in the 2018 Women’s Twenty20 Asia Cup.
  • She is the first woman from her country to surpass 2000 ODI runs.



Lesser Known Facts

  • In the nineties, she boasts three ODI ratings, with her lowest score an unlucky 99 at Sharjah in 2015 against South Africa.
  • Bismah Maroof is also the first Pakistani batter to cross 1000 runs in T20Is.

Saina Fatima