Southern Ladies clinch U26 Womens title in tense final

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Central province batting first – Toss won Batting – Scored – 84 runs in 37 overs rain effected match all out Janani Kaushalya – 20 runs Madushika Methhananda – 10 runs Bowling Sandali Thiwanka – 08 overs 3 for 13 runs Nilangika Sanjeewani – 06 overs 2 for 13 runs Southern Province batting second Batting Scored 83 runs in 36.2 overs won the match by 01 wicket ( D/L) Malsha Shehani – 20 runs Anushka Sanjeewani – 10 runs Bowling – Ruchini Samarasinghe – 08 overs 3 for 16 runs Mihiri Madushani – 06 overs 2 for 20 runs Best batter- Anushka Sanjeewani Best Bowler – Nilangika sanjeewani Best all-rounder – Ruchini samarasinghe Player of the final – Sadali Thiwanka

Women’s U26 Inter Provincial Limited (Red Ball) Overs Tournament 2015/16

TEAMS 1. North Central Province 2. Western Province 3. Southern Province 4. Central Province DATE MATCH VENUE Time 8-Jun North Cental Province Southern Province MCA 09.50am Central Province Western Province Moors Grounds 09.50am 10-Jun North Cental Province Central Provinve Moors Grounds 09.50am Western Province Southern Province MCA 09.50am 12-Jun North Central Province Western Province Moors Grounds 09.50am Central Province Southern Province MCA 09.50am 15-Jun FINAL Colts Grounds 09.50am

Statement to the media – National Women’s Cricket

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Media Release In response to several inquiries made by the media, Sri Lanka Cricket states that, it has now received the Report which was recently submitted to the Hon. Minister of Tourism and Sports by the Committee of Inquiry appointed on 14th November 2014 by the then Minister of Sports. This Committee of Inquiry consisted of Justice N. E. Dissanayake, Retired Judge of the Supreme Court (Chairman), Ms.Tharangani Keenawinna Dissanaike, Public Trustee and Mr. S. Aloka Bandara, Director of Combined Services of the Ministry of Public Administration. The Committee of Inquiry has investigated and reported on alleged incidents of sexual harassment and improper conduct said to have been committed in 2013 and 2014 by some Officials handling Women’s Cricket. Sri… Read More →

Windies women seal T20I series with nine-wicket win

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The visiting West Indies beat Sri Lanka by nine-wickets in the third and final Women’s Twenty20 International to seal the series 2-1. Stafanie Taylor top-scored with 38 as West Indies chased down their target of 75 with 52 balls to spare. Brief Score: Sri Lanka Women 74/9 (20) Chamari Atapattu 43, Anisa Mohammed 2/7, Hayley Matthews 4/10 Vs West Indies Women 75/1 (11.2) Stafanie Taylor 38, Hayley Matthews 32* West Indies Women won by 9 wickets (with 52 balls remaining) Full Scorecard

Windies Women level T20 series

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The Sri Lanka Women Twenty20 series against the West Indies will be decided on Tuesday, after the visitors leveled the series 1-1 with a eight-wicket-win at the R Premadasa International Cricket Stadium, Colombo today. Sri Lanka Women 124/5 (20) Dilani Manodara 30, Chamari Atapattu 27, Shashikala Siriwardene 26, Stafanie Taylor 2/20 Vs West Indies Women 125/2 (18.5) Stafanie Taylor 59*, Deandra Dottin 51, Udeshika Prabodhani 1/25 West Indies Women won by 8 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)

Sri Lanka women take lead with D/L win

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West Indies Women tour of Sri Lanka, 1st T20I: Sri Lanka Women v West Indies Women Brief Scores: West Indies women – 109/6 in 20 overs: Stafanie Taylor 40, Brittany Cooper 17, Melissa Aguillera 28*, Sripali Weerakkody 3/13. Sri Lanka women – 88/6 in 15.2 overs: Dilani Manodara 28, Shashikala Siriwardene 17*, Chamari Atapattu 17, Eshani Kaushalya 16, Stacy-Ann King 2/16, Anisa Mohammed 2/15.

West Indies Women’s tour of Sri Lanka 2015 – SL T20I Squad

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Media Release At a Selection Committee meeting held of the National Women’s Selectors on the 20th May 2015, the following players were selected for the above series. 1      Chamari Attapattu (Captain) 2      Yasoda Mendis 3      Dilani Manodara 4      Sashikala Siriwardene 5      Eshani Lokusuriya (Vice Captain) 6      Sripali Weerakkody 7      Nipuni Hansika 8      Ama Kanchana 9      Inoka Ranaweera 10    Suganthika Kumari 11    Hasini Perera 12    Udeshika Prabodini 13    Chathurani Gunewardene 14    Maduri Samuddhika This has been approved by the Hon. Minister of Sports.

West Indies women clinch ODI series

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West Indies clinched the four match ODI series with a 31 run win over Sri Lanka Women in the fourth and final match played at the RPremadasa International Cricket Stadium today. The West Indies Women succeeded in defending their score of 156 when they restricted the home side to a score of 125. Brief Score: West Indies Women 156 (47.3) Britney Cooper 46, Hayley Matthews 24, Inoka Ranaweera 3/17, Sripali Weerakkody 3/37 v Sri Lanka Women 125 (45.2) Eshani Kaushalya 30, Nipuni Hansika 21, Hayley Matthews 3/7, Anisa Mohammed 2/23 ICC Women’s Championship points – West Indies Women 2, Sri Lanka Women 0 West Indies Women in Sri Lanka ODI Series – West Indies Women won the 4-match series 3-1… Read More →

Dottin, Taylor Set Up West Indies Win

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Half-centuries from Deandra Dottin and Stafanie Taylor set up an 18-run win on the Duckworth/Lewis method for West Indies Women over Sri Lanka Women in the third One-Day International in Colombo. West Indies Women 215/3 (50) Stafanie Taylor 86*, Deandra Dottin 69*, Kycia A Knight 34, Sugandika Kumari 3/48 Vs Sri Lanka Women 170/8 (40.2) Nipuni Hansika 50*, Chamari Atapattu 25, Afy Fletcher 2/25, Anisa Mohammed 2/30

Sri Lanka Women’s beat Windies by six wickets

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Sri Lanka women’s comprehensively beat the visiting West Indies team by 6 wickets in the 2nd One Day International of the 4 match series at the R Premedasa International Cricket Stadium today. West Indies Women 124 in 42.3 overs (SR Taylor 43, Kycia A Knight 28, Shashikala Siriwardene 4-30, Maduri Samuddika 2-16) Sri Lanka Women 127-4 in 39.2 overs (Shashikala Siriwardene 42*, Yasoda Mendis 27)

Sri Lanka and West Indies lock horns in ICC Women’s Championship

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Sri Lanka and West Indies will aim to boost their standings when they go head to head in round three of the ICC Women’s Championship, which starts in Colombo on Wednesday. The series includes four ODIs but only the final three matches scheduled for 15, 18 and 20 May will count towards the eight-team ICC Women’s Championship. The top four sides from this tournament will qualify automatically for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017, while the bottom four sides will play in the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier. Squads Sri Lanka (from): Chamari Athapaththu (captain), Chathurani Gunewardena, Ama Kanchana, Sugandhika Kumari, Eshani Lokusuriya, Lasanthi Madushani, Dilani Manodara (wk) , Hasini Perera, Chamari Polgampola, Udeshika Prabodhini, Inoka Ranaweera, Maduri Samuddika, H.A.S.D. Siriwardene, Prasadini Weerakkody (wk)… Read More →

Chamari Atapattu injured

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Media Release Sri Lanka National Women’s Captain Chamari Atapattu injured her right 4th and 5th fingers while doing a gym session. She has been given a total of 16 stitches on both fingers. She will be out of the 1st & 2nd ODI to be played against the visiting West Indies National Women’s Team. Yashoda Mendis has been included into the Squad as the cover for Chamari by the Selectors of National Women’s Team.

West Indies Women’s tour of Sri Lanka 2015 – SL ODI Squad

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Media Release At a Selection Committee of the National Women’s Selectors held on 30th April 2015, the following players were selected for the above tour. 1     Chamari Attapattu (Captain) 2     Prasadini Weerakkody 3     Nipuni Hansika 4     Sanduni Abeywickrema 5     Dilani Manodara 6     Sashikala Siriwardene 7     Eshani Lokusuriya (Vice Captain) 8     Sripali Weerakkody 9     Ama Kanchana 10    Inoka Ranaweera 11    Suganthika Kumari 12    Lasanthi Madushani 13    Chathurani Gunewardene 14    Maduri Samuddhika   Standby: 1     Yasoda Mendis 2     Oshadi Ranasinghe 3     Udeshika Prabodini 4     Achini Kulasooriya 5     Hasini Perera 6     Chamari Pologampola 7     Nilakshi Silva This has been approved by the Hon. Minister of Sports.    DATE MATCH Venue Times 13th May ODI 1 -Match SSC 09.50am 15th May ODI 2- IWC… Read More →