- Pakistan national women's cricket team 2008 - present
Almas Akram is a left handed batsman and left arm medium fast bowler. She plays for Pakistan Women team.
Akram played her first ODI on 2nd May 2008 at Dambulla (Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium) and the opponent team was Sri Lanka Women. She bowled 9 overs, out of which 1 was maiden, conceded 33 runs and picked up 1 wicket. While claiming the wicket, she also took 1 catch. Along with Sajjida Shah, she was instrumental in the run out of 1 batsman. She did not get an opportunity to bat. Sri Lanka Women won this match by 96 runs. Akram played against Australia Women at Sydney (Bankstown Oval) on 16th March 2009. She made 1 dismissal in 9 overs, while giving away 35 runs. She was the No. 8 batsman and faced 14 deliveries while scoring 2 runs. This match was won by Australia Women by 107 runs.
Almas Akram has appeared in 11 ODIs and has bowled in all 11 innings. In the 312 balls that she has bowled, 206 runs were scored and 9 wickets were claimed. Her economy rate was 3.96, bowling average was 22.88 and bowling strike rate was 34.6. She scored 52 runs with 19 as her highest score. While fielding, she took 2 catches.
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