Sukhan Faiz (Sports Man)

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Sukhan Faiz is a Pakistani Right arm batsman who play on both national and International level and making us feel proud by her Cricket skills.
  • Personal
  • Name:

    Sukhan Faiz

  • In Urdu:

    سُکھاں فیض

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  • Profession:

    She is a Female Pakistani Crickter

  • Batting:

    Right Handed

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  • Last ODI:

    12 March 2009 v England

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  • Awards :

    Woman of the match aeard

  • Born
  • Date:

    9 March 1988

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Sukhan Faiz  was born on 9th March 1988 in Multan, Pakistan, she is a female Pakistani Cricketer and is playing Domestic level as well as on international level. She has played only 2 matches on international level up til now. She has played only 2 matches in international level. She has also played in the ICC Women's World Cup 2009 2 matches. She is playing mostly from Central zone Cricket team and played 2 matches from Pakistan National women's cricket team. [1] Biography Biography

Batting and Fielding Average




Recent Matches

 Bat and Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
 7 PAK Women v ENG Women Sydney 12 March 2009 WODI # 692
 10 PAK Women v SL Women Canberra 9 March 2009 WODI # 687
 9 PAK Women v SA Women Sydney 4 March 2009 Other OD
 10 Greens Women v South Zone Karachi 25 July 2008 Other T20
 6 Greens Women v Blues Women Karachi 24 July 2008 Other T20
 26 Greens Women v North Zone Karachi 22 July 2008 Other T20
 2 Greens Women v South Zone  Karachi 21 July 2008 Other T20
 10 Greens Women v Blues Women Karachi 19 July 2008 Other T20
 12 Greens Women v North Zone Karachi 18 July 2008 Other T20
[2] Recent Matches


Sukhan Faiz of Multan received the Woman of the Match award from Fazal Mahmood after she top scored with 62 in a big win over Faisalabad, National Women's Cricket Championship, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, 2nd March 2005. [3] Award Award

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