The 38-year-old has so far scored 6,974 runs in ODI cricket at an average of 50.53; 2,364 runs in T20Is at 37.52 and 663 runs in Test cricket at 51.00. She has also scored a whopping 75 half centuries and eight centuries.
England women will play the two T20Is as double-headers alongside their men’s team on 14 and 15 October, while the ODIs will be played on 18, 20 and 22 October. The National Stadium will host all five fixtures.
Thousands of fans from the sizeable Birmingham-based Indian and Pakistan communities gathered at Edgbaston to watch the women's teams do battle on Sunday.
After bowling out Pakistan for just 99 in an 18-overs a side affair due to rain, opener Smriti Mandhana slammed an unbeaten 63 and played magnificent shots which oozed class and delight in equal measure to chase down the total...
Chasing a modest target of 108, a measured captain's knock from Bismah Maroof (15 not out) ensured Pakistan's win.
Tuba is the first female player from Pakistan to win the ICC Women's Player of the Month award. The 21-year-old was instrumental in restricting scores set by Sri Lanka and was eventually adjudged as the player of the series, taking five wickets.
In another dominant performance, UAE defeated hosts Malaysia by five wickets in the final of the ACC Women’s T20 Championship on Saturday.
Australia, led by a sublime 170 from Alyssa Healy, rewrote the record books to beat a valiant England by 71 runs in the Women's World Cup final in Christchurch on Sunday.
Australia’s win against England in the Women’s World Cup final shows the level of class Australian women cricketers demonstrated with their skills on the cricket ground throughout the tournament. It’s a huge achievement and honour
Mignon du Preez hit the winning run from the final ball of the final over of the final match to finish 52 not out and lead South Africa to a three-wicket win over India. In doing so, South Africa snuffed out India's semifinal hopes in the cruelest of circumstances.