- Pakistan national women's cricket team 2004 - present
Urooj Mumtaz is a right handed batsman and legbreak bowler. She has played for several teams like Pakistan Women, Asia Women XI and South Zone Women (Pakistan).
Mumtaz debuted in ODIs against West Indies Women at Karachi (National Stadium) on 21st March 2004. In this match, she was the No. 9 batsman. After facing 4 deliveries, she was run out for 3 runs. As a fielder, she took 1 catch. West Indies Women won this match by 7 wickets with 78 deliveries remaining. Mumtaz again played against West Indies Women on 21st March 2009 at Sydney (Drummoyne Oval). She was the captain of the team and batted at the No. 7 batting slot. After facing 37 deliveries, she remained unbeaten on 13. She bowled 5.3 overs, out of which 2 were maiden, conceded 14 runs and picked up 1 wicket. West Indies Women won this match by 3 wickets with 21 deliveries to spare.
Urooj Mumtaz participated in 37 ODIs and scored 484 runs in these at a batting strike rate of 37 and batting average of 14.23. Her highest score was 57 and she smashed 38 fours and 1 half century. She took 13 catches as a fielder.36 dismissals were made in the 1043 balls that she bowled while conceding 860 runs. Her bowling average was 23.88 and bowling strike rate was 28.9.
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