The publication also claimed Prince William made a fantastic hit out of field for six runs.
Kate was said to have applauded him from the other end of the field.
The couple appears to enjoy all sport and physical activity (recently, they participated in the King's Cup Regatta).
Kate wore a white shalwar kameez by Gul Ahmed and a shawl by Maheem Khan and tied her hair up in a ponytail for comfort.
According to People, the mother of three's choice in footwear was inspired by her daughter, Princess Charlotte.
The 4-year-old is reportedly a fan of the laceless shoes and wore them for her birthday this year.
The plain plimsolls are a pair of kid-and-mum-friendly shoes called Hampton Canvas Plum Shoes by Trotters.
Despite looking stylish, the Duchess wasn't successful on the field (she was reportedly caught out twice).
At the conclusion of the game, the royal couple received some gifts - including a cricket bat for Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte.
According to People, an official told them, "You must apologize to Prince Louis because the bat is bigger than he is."
Prince William then joked, "He’ll grow into it!"
The royal couple were visiting Lahore for the fourth day of their Pakistan tour.
Aside from the National Cricket Academy, William and Kate made stops at the Badshahi mosque and the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre while in the city.