Humera Azam for Pakistan’s Female Cricket Under 16 Team

Humera Azam for Pakistan's Female Cricket Under 16 TeamHumera Azam is an Ismaili from the Hussaini village of Gojal Valley, District Hunza, who has made the region proud by getting selected for the national Under-16 cricket team. Daughter of Muhammad Azam, a renowned cricket player of the Shah Talib Sports Club, Humera is fourteen years old. She has studied at Aga Khan Diamond Jubilee School (Hussaini), and Al Amyn Model School (Gulmit), till grade 10th.

Humera Azam for Pakistan's Female Cricket Under 16 TeamHumera has been active in different sports, including cricket at the local level. She was declared Best Player of Shah Talib Sports Club at a Gojal level Women Cricket Tournament held at Hussaini cricket ground in July this year.

Humera Azam will be part of the national squad of Pakistan Women Cricket under 19 team to represent Pakistan in a tournament to be held in England this December.

Source: Pamir Times & Ismailimail

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, its achievements and humanitarian works.

2 thoughts

  1. Why our Ismaili students/players are seen in Olympic Games? Our Imam has been well known player of Sauccer,Skiing etc. Our leaders are also not seen IN International Organization/ UNO . Whereas Prince ALI KHAN, PRINCE SADRUDDIN & SULTAN MD. AGA KHAN HAD BEEN REMAIN ACTIVE IN WORLD LORGANIZATIONS.


  2. Congratulation to Humera Azam for her successful struggle to get a space in sports. We are proud of her. Wish her best of luck.

    Babar Khan
    KPK (Pakistan)

    present at jazan saudi arabia


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