Pakistani all-rounder Nida Dar made history by becoming the first cricketer from her country to take part in the Women’s Big Bash League. Talking about her experience in Australia’s T20 competition, Nida said the competition helped hone her skills and she feels she is a much improved player now.
"I played some next level cricket there which has helped me learn a lot about how things are in other countries, especially in women's cricket." - Nida.
The veteran all-rounder also shed light on the willingness of several foreign female cricketers to visit Pakistan. She thus requested the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to arrange a T20 league of the highest standards in the country to fulfill this aspiration.
"There were many players in BBL who expressed the desire to visit Pakistan to play cricket. We can have a women's PSL which will also help us improve standards of women cricket."- she added.