Javeria Rauf Announces Retirement from International Cricket

Javeria Rauf Announces Retirement from International Cricket
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Javeria Rauf, after her tenure spanning from 2013 to 2021, announced her retirement from international cricket. In her international career, she played four ODIs and 13 T20Is, stepping into the T20I arena against South Africa in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in 2012. Her ODI debut came a year later against Ireland.


Starting her competitive journey back in 2011, Javeria Rauf dedicated over 12 years to various domestic cricket competitions. Today, she reflects on this extensive period with a mix of fond memories and appreciation for the experiences.

Expressing her sentiments, Javeria Rauf stated, “With a mix of nostalgia and gratitude, I announce my retirement from international cricket. It’s been an incredible journey, filled with its highs and lows. Representing my country at the highest level has been an honor and a privilege. I am deeply thankful to the Pakistan Cricket Board for all the opportunities bestowed upon me.”

Throughout her career, Javeria Rauf contributed her skills and passion to the sport, marking her presence in both the ODI and T20I formats. Her dedication to cricket extended beyond the international stage, thriving within the competitive atmosphere of domestic cricket tournaments.

For Javeria Rauf, this retirement signifies the closing of a chapter marked by dedication and commitment. Her journey leaves behind a legacy, showcasing the determination and talent she brought to the field.

As she steps away from the international spotlight, her contributions to Pakistan’s cricket legacy remain etched in the sport’s history.



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