- Pakistan national women's cricket team 2005 - present
Qanita Jalil bats right handedly and bowls right arm medium fast in teams like Pakistan Women and North Zone Women (Pakistan).
Qanita Jalil debuted in ODI against Sri Lanka Women at Karachi (National Stadium) on 28th December 2005. She bowled 6 overs, out of which 1 was maiden, gave away 12 runs and failed to take a wicket. The No. 9 batting position was allotted to her and she scored 1 run in 3 balls. Sri Lanka Women won this encounter by 14 runs. On 21st March 2009 at Sydney (Drummoyne Oval), Jalil participated in a match between Pakistan Women and West Indies Women. She scored 5 runs in 4 deliveries as the No. 9 batsman. In the 5 overs that she bowled, 2 were maiden and 1 dismissal was made while conceding 20 runs. West Indies Women won this match by 3 wickets with 21 deliveries to spare.
Qanita Jalil has played in 29 matches in which she has bowled 1032 deliveries and has conceded 803 runs while taking 21 wickets. Her bowling strike rate was 49.1, economy rate was 4.66 and bowling average was 38.23. She has scored 146 runs at a batting strike rate of 49.65 and batting average of 6.63.
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