Humaira Farah, Pakistan’s first female cricket umpire, has completed her duties as an umpire in the Legends Cricket League in Oman and noted that presiding in such a large competition is an accomplishment for her.
Humaira acknowledged her delight with her experience in the league when speaking to the media in Lahore after her homecoming. The Legends Cricket League was a fantastic cricket festival that took place in Oman from January 20 to 29.
Humaira, who also played for the Pakistan Railways Women’s Hockey Team in 1985, went on to say that she will always remember performing her umpiring duties in front of the great.
Humaira Farah also stated that she was really puzzled prior to the event, but that the overwhelming support from legendary cricketers enabled her to officiate the matches.
Humaira expressed her gratitude for the support she received from world-class players, saying that she had not anticipated the kind of respect she received from the finest players in the world.
Humaira, who spent 28 years as a sports administrator at Lahore Garrison University, praised Daren Sammy, Misbah-ul-Haq, Brett Lee, and Mohammad Kaif for their contributions. She went on to say that these legends admired her and helped her along the way.
The inaugural event lasted nine days, with World Giants defeating Asia Lions in the final. A number of cricketing luminaries took part in the tournament.