- Pakistan national women's cricket team 2009 - present
Sania Khan is a right handed batsman and right arm medium bowler. She has represented teams like Pakistan Women and Central Zone Greens Women.
Khan debuted in ODIs on 12th February 2009 at Khulna (Khulna Divisional Stadium) and the opponent was Sri Lanka Women. She bowled 2 overs in which 11 runs were scored and no dismissal took place. The No. 11 batting slot was allocated to her and she faced 7 balls and scored 3 runs. Sri Lanka Women won this match by 115 runs. Khan played another ODI against New Zealand Women at Sydney (Drummoyne Oval) on 19th March 2009. She bowled 4 overs, during which she was hit for 38 runs and she could not pick up any wicket. She was promoted to the No. 9 batting slot where she faced 11 deliveries and scored 4 runs. New Zealand Women won this match by 223 runs.
Sania Khan has played in 3 matches in which she has bowled 42 deliveries and has conceded 53 runs without taking any wicket. Her economy rate was 7.57. She has scored 7 runs at a batting strike rate of 36.84 and batting average of 3.50. Her highest score was 4.
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