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Sidra Nawaz top-scored with 47

Women's cricket

Uncapped Akhtar in Pakistan Women's World Cup squad

Pakistan women have recalled Marina Iqbal and Kainat Imtiaz and included uncapped Waheeda Akhtar in their 15-member squad for the ICC Women's World Cup, which begins in June in England.

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Suzie Bates plays a cut shot

NZ v Pakistan, 1st Women's ODI, Lincoln

Bates, Curtis star in dominant NZ win

Suzie Bates made a 46-ball 64 and put on 100 quick runs for the first wicket with Sam Curtis (55*) as New Zealand women beat Pakistan women by eight wickets in the first ODI

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Asmavia Iqbal receives the Player-of-the-Match award

Pakistan v South Africa, 2nd women's T20I, Sharjah

Bowlers fire Pakistan Women to series win

Sumaiya Siddiqi, Asmavia Iqbal and Anam Amin all delivered incisive spells to suffocate South Africa Women and set up Pakistan's six-wicket win in Sharjah

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Marina Iqbal scored 38 off 31 balls

Pakistan v South Africa, 1st women's T20I, Sharjah

Marina and Asmavia sink SA Women

A three-wicket haul from Asmavia Iqbal, followed by a 42 from the opener Marina Iqbal powered Pakistan Women's five-wicket win against South Africa Women in Sharjah

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Asmavia Iqbal appeals

Ireland v Pakistan, Women's World T20, Sylhet

Maroof, Asmavia lead Pakistan to consolation win

Pakistan Women took their first points of the tournament, successfully defending their total of 119 for 6 against Ireland Women to win by 14 runs

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Nain Abidi belts the ball through the leg side

Bangladesh v Pakistan, 2nd Women's T20I, Cox's Bazar

All-round Pakistan sweep series

A quick half-century from the opener Nain Abidi, followed by a four-wicket haul from the seamer Asmavia Iqbal, helped Pakistan Women ease to a 34-run win against Bangladesh Women in Cox's Bazar

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Pakistan v SA, PCB Qatar Women's 20-over Tri-Series, final

All-round Pakistan Women claim T20 title

Pakistan Women capitalised on a poor batting display by South Africa Women to win the final of the PCB Qatar Women's 20-Over Tri-series by seven wickets in Doha on Friday