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Gul Feroza

Team flagPAK25 yrs
batting styleWicketKeeper Batter
Career & Stats

Gul Feroza Recent Form


PAKW vs ENGW, T20I30 (29)
PAKW vs ENGW, T20I3 (7)
PAKW vs ENGW, T20I17 (15)
PAKW vs WIW, T20I4 (6)
PAKW vs WIW, T20I21 (24) *
PAKW vs WIW, T20I14 (29)
PAKW vs WIW, T20I13 (17)
MUL-W vs LHR-W, LIST A50 (51)
MUL-W vs RWP-W, LIST A142 (140)
MUL-W vs KAR-W, LIST A44 (72)

Gul Feroza Carrer Stats





Carrer Debut Information

T20I Debut
Pakistan Women v Sri Lanka Women Southend Club Cricket Stadium, Karachi, 24-5-2022

Teams played for

Higher Education Commission Women

About Gul Feroza

NameGul Feroza
Birth28 Dec 1998
Birth PlaceMultan, Pakistan
Height5 ft 0 in
Born on 28th December 1998, Gull Feroza was born in Multan, a city known for great cricketers.

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Player Bio
Born on 28th December 1998, Gull Feroza was born in Multan, a city known for great cricketers.

Gull's sensational List A debut came in the Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah National Women's Cricket Championship 2016, smashing an unbeaten 98-ball 105 runs for the Multan Womens against the Bahawalpur Women.

In 2018, the wicketkeeper-batter made her T20 debut for Higher Education Commission Women side and had a struggling start to her T20 career. The cricketer failed to get substantial scores while batting in the lower-middle order but covered it up through brilliant wicket-keeping skills.

The young gun had an amazing run with the PCB Blasters in the 2021 Pakistan Women's One Day Cup. She amassed 227 runs at an average of 32.5 opening the batting, including a classy 85 against the PCB Strikers. 

The 23-year-old debuted for Pakistan on 24th May 2022, in the T20I series against Sri Lanka, at Karachi. Her start to international cricket has been very rough, a duck on her T20I debut, followed by a 3 on her next outing. 

The Multan-born cricketer retained her spot for the upcoming Tri-series in Ireland and the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.

(As of July 2022)