LAHORE - A blind girl from Multan has found a novel way to brighten her life - reporting cricket matches. In an astounding tale of courage and determination, a Multan-based girl Sania Zaidi has traveled with the Pakistan team to Sri Lanka and is currently working as a reporter. In A BBC journalist said he was surprised to see Sri Lankan skipper Sangakkara addressing her by her name in the post-match press conference at Dambulla. Sania reports cricket matches with the help of her brother. She says she takes her notes most of her notes via TV commentary and her brother accompanies who also renders great help. A lecturer in Mass Communication department in Bahauddin Zakeriya University Multan, she says glaucoma is in her family. The disease is associated with blindness and one of her brother has also suffered from it. By the age of two, doctors had declared that she won't ever be able to see. Her father is a businessman and she has two brothers and one sister. One of her brother also lost his eye sight.. Despite the blindness, she participated in Physical Education practical examinations and was successful. She said she started taking interest in cricket when her father brought a model cricket pitch from Britain with players placed in different fielding positions. She liked the game so much that she started keen interest in matches, and finally decided to become a sports reporter. Sania added that she was a big fan of Sanath Jayasuriya and she had interviewed him as well. She had also interviewed Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara, Jacques Kallis, Jonty Rhodes, Muttia Muralitharan and Mohammad Yousuf. She use a software 'Jose' in her laptop that reads out the text and after listening, she finetunes her work. She spires to report international cricket matches and Sri Lankan tour fulfilled one of her big dreams.