July 18, 1991, Lahore, Punjab
Left hand Bat
Bismah Maroof broke into the Pakistan team as a 15-year-old and didn't take long to establish herself as a regular. Over the years, she has evolved into a dependable batsman who can hold an innings together. After the Women's World T20 in 2016, she took over from Sana Mir as captain of the T20 team.
As a teenager, Maroof's exploits helped Pakistan secure a berth in the 2009 World Cup, their first since 1997. Her form jumped from good to prolific in 2015-16 when she made 92 and 91 not out against Bangaldesh and New Zealand, but her most memorable knock was the 99 she made in Pakistan's 57-run win over South Africa in March 2015.
Maroof has also been a regular contributor with her legbreaks.
Batting & Fielding