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Biography And Interesting Facts About Kainat Imtiaz


Biography And Interesting Facts About Kainat Imtiaz

Kainat Imtiaz was born in 21 June 1992, in Karachi is a cricketer from Pakistan. She is currently playing for the ZTBL women cricket team. Kainat Imtiaz born on 21 June 1992 in Karachi. Her early education started from Aga Khan School. She got admission in Hamdard Public School when she reached class III. She passed her intermediate from Aga Khan Higher Secondary School, Karachi (AKHSS) in 2010.

During 2005 Women’s Asia Cup in Pakistan, Kainat met Indian fast bowler Jhulan Goswami and decided to become a fast bowler. Kainat Imtiaz got engaged to a businessman Arshmaan Ali on 17 July 2020. She is focusing on her career at the moment and her wedding date has not been fixed yet.

In 2007, she represented her school as the captain and fast bowler in the U-17 Cricket tournament organized by Pakistan Cricket Board. She was declared Player of the Tournament; the prize was awarded by Dr. Muhammad Ali Shah. In the same year she took first position in myriad of Athletic activities like 200M, 400M, Shot-put, and Relay Race. She traveled to Hyderabad to play the first ever U-17 Women Cricket Tournament as captain of the Karachi Team. She was later selected for the Pakistan Camp held in Karachi for the World Cup qualifying round. She was the youngest player in the probables of 30 players. In 2008, she played her second U-17 Women Cricket tournament held in Lahore as a captain. In the same year, she played Regional tournaments held in Hyderabad and Lahore organized by Pakistan Cricket Board and her team won the tournament. She was selected for Pakistan Camp for the 2009 Women’s Cricket World Cup which was held in Australia. She was the youngest player in the squad and after a camp of one month she was selected as a reserve player for the World Cup Team. During 2008, she went to China representing Pakistan in the Super Sixes tournament. She played her first 20–20 Quadrangular Women Cricket tournament as a strike fast bowler of the south zone team. Kainat joined the PIA Cricket Academy sharpening her skills under the supervision of coaches including Azeem Hafiz, Zahid, Sajid and Sagheer Abbas (younger brother Zaheer Abbas). She was selected for 16th Asian Games held in GUANGZHOU CHINA.

Allrounder Kainat Imtiaz was recalled in the touring party of 17 for the three ODIs and T20Is each. A 17-women squad was announced for the three ODIs and as many T20Is, as Pakistan prepare for the Women’s World Cup Qualifier in July 2021 for the main event in early 2022 in New Zealand. Twenty-eight-year-old allrounder Kainat Imtiaz, was recalled after an impressive show in the domestic circuit. She averaged 111 from four games with a half-century and also picked up three wickets with her medium pace.

In October 2021, she was named in Pakistan’s team for the 2021 Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament in Zimbabwe.