Bismah Maroof Teaching Her Daughter: During the Fairbreak Invitational women’s cricket event, renowned female cricketer Bismah Maroof was spotted teaching her little daughter Fatima how to play the game.
A brief video uploaded by FairBreak Global to Instagram of the former captain coaching her two-year-old daughter drew a lot of positive feedback.
Bismah Maroof Teaching Her Daughter
🚨 Baby Fatima content alert 🚨
The toddler’s career as a future @TheRealPCBMedia 🇵🇰 and @fairbreakglobal allrounder is being shaped by none other than mommy @maroof_bismah ☺️ 🏏🍼🙌#FBI23 | #CricketTwitter | #Pakistan pic.twitter.com/fo9cbsbssq
— FairBreak (@fairbreakglobal) April 9, 2023
It is noteworthy that Bismah is now playing for Spirit Women in the Fairbreak Invitational Women’s Cricket Tournament, which is taking place in Hong Kong.
The left-handed batter had a strike rate of 98.63, an average of 36 runs scored each game, and a half-century in the 13-day tournament.
Following a disappointing performance in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in South Africa, the 31-year-old player resigned earlier as skipper of the Pakistan women’s cricket team.
At the Pakistan Day celebration last month, Bismah Maroof received the Tamgha-i-Imtiaz award from Pakistani President Arif Alvi in honor of her contributions to the sports industry.
In ODIs, Bismah has taken 44 wickets and amassed 3,110 runs at an average of 30.19. In the shortest format of cricket, she has taken 36 wickets and scored 2,658 runs at an average of 27.12.