Dubai: UAE’s women’s cricket team off-spinner, Humaira Tasneem produced a five-wicket haul in the Asian Cricket Council Women’s tournament in Thailand against Hong Kong, last fortnight. UAE lost the match by four wickets, but Tasneem was adjudged the player of the match for her spell of 5 for 18. Tasneem is a Grade 12 student of the Delhi Private School, Sharjah. “I was born in Al Ain, but went to Hyderabad and returned to UAE in 2004. I started playing cricket five years ago and want to be an all-rounder,” said Tasneem who is also the captain of her school. Her father, M.M. Hamid, is a civil engineer.
Humaira Tasneem receives Player of the Match Award
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