Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) management committee chairman, Najam Sethi, recently extended an invitation to foreign and local women cricketers participating in women’s exhibition matches for a Hi-Tea at a local restaurant in Islamabad. This gesture highlights the PCB’s commitment to promoting women’s cricket in Pakistan and providing equal opportunities to female cricketers.
The Hi-Tea was a delightful event for the women cricketers, who appreciated the PCB’s efforts to recognize their talent and hard work. The event also provided a platform for female cricketers from different parts of the world to interact and learn from each other’s experiences.
This is first time, three important exhibition matches are being held for female cricketers. The first match, which was played on March 8 at Pindi Cricket Stadium, was between the teams called Amazons and Super Women. In that match, Super Women won by eight wickets.
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) March 9, 2023
The presence of Najam Sethi at the Hi-Tea was an acknowledgment of the significance of women’s cricket and a demonstration of the PCB’s commitment to promoting it. Mr. Sethi expressed his appreciation for the women cricketers’ participation in the exhibition matches and encouraged them to continue pursuing their passion for cricket.
The PCB’s efforts to promote women’s cricket are commendable, and this Hi-Tea was a small but significant step in that direction. It is important to note that women’s cricket has gained significant momentum globally, and Pakistan should not lag behind in promoting and developing female cricketing talent.
The Hi-Tea organized by Najam Sethi for the foreign and local women cricketers participating in the women’s exhibition matches is a positive step towards promoting women’s cricket in Pakistan. It is a reminder that female cricketers in Pakistan deserve recognition, support, and equal opportunities to pursue their passion for cricket.