Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket is pleased to announce that the following have been appointed to the National Selection Committee – Women’s Cricket with effect from 10th of April 2015. Vinothan John- Chairman Varuna Waragoda Uvais Karanain The above names were proposed by the Interim Committee and have been ratified by Hon. Navin Dissanayake Minister of Tourism & Sports. In addition to the above, former National Captain of the Women’s Team of Sri Lanka, Ms. Vanessa De Silva has been appointed as the Manager of the Women’s National Team for the forthcoming in bound tour of West Indies.
Media Release All Contracted Players for IPL Auction On the recommendation of the National Selectors, the Executive Committee approved the submission of all National Contracted Players for the forthcoming IPL Auction. Women’s National Team Contracts 01st Jan 2015 to 31st Dec 2015 Category A Chamari Athapattu Shashikala Siriwardena Eshani Lokusuriya Category B Yashodha Mendis Prasadini Weerakkody Maduri Samuddika Inoka Ranaweera Hasini Perera Chamari Polgampola Ama Kanchana Udeshika Prabodhini Category C Oshadee Ranasinghe Category D Sripalee Weerakkody Dilani Manodara Lasanthi Madushani Nilakshi Silva Deepika Rasangika Chandima Guneratne Nipuni Hansika Chathurani Gunewardena Development Contracts - Category E Sanduni Abeywickrama Inoshi Fernando Sugandhika Kumari Anushka Sanjeewani Harshitha Madhawi Imalka Mendis Achini Kulasuriya Iresha Shyamali Sandani Thivanka Malsha Shehani Nilangika Sanjeewani Pujani Liyanage Nadi Wickremasinghe Aruni… Read More →
Sri Lanka women comfortably won the third T20 against Pakistan women, chasing down 111 as they made 112-5 off just 17.5 overs in Sharjah to claim the three-match series 2-1. Pakistan struggled right from the start and only three of their batsmen managed to get into double figures, with Bismah Maroof making an impressive 46 off 38 balls. All Sri Lankan bowlers were impressive, especially Udeshika Prabodhani and Inoka Ranaweera who took two wickets apiece and only gave away 12 and 16 runs respectively in their four-over quota. Three run outs also did not help Pakistan’s cause. In reply, Chamari Atapattu’s 44 ensured that the result was never in doubt after Sana Mir dismissed Lasanthi Madushani with the first ball… Read More →
Media Release At a Selection Committee of Women’s Selectors held , the following players were selected for Sri Lanka Women’s tour of Pakistan in UAE, 1. Chamari Athapaththu (Captain) 2. Hasini Perera (Vice-Captain) 3. Lasanthi Madushani 4. PrasadiniWeerakkody 5. Chamari Polgampola 6. Chathurani Gunewardena 7. Dilani Manodara 8. Shashikala Siriwardana 9. Eshani Lokusuriya 10. Ama Kanchana 11. Sripalee Weerakkody 12. Udeshika Prabodhini 13. Maduri Samuddika 14. Inoka Ranaweera 15. Sugandhika Kumari Stand by 1. Nilakshi Silva 2. Sanduni Abeywickrama 3. Nipuni Hansika
Media Release At Selection Committee Meeting held the Women’s National Selectors selected the below players for the pool of the Pakistan Tour 2015 to be played in Doha. Chamari Athapattu Prasadini Weerakkody Hasini Perera Lasanthi Madushani Nipuni Hansika Sanduni Abeywickrama Chamari Polgampola Shashikala Siriwardena Eshani Lokusuriya Chathurani Gunewardena Oshadhi Ranasingha Sripalee Weerakkody Ama Kanchana Nilakshi Silva Inoka Ranaweera Dilani Manodara Inoshi Fernando Rebecca Vandort Sugandhika kumari Udeshika Prabodhini Maduri Sammudhika Dinesha Jayasinghe Malsha Shehani
South Africa Women sealed their T20 series against Sri Lanka Women 2-1 with a nine-wicket win in Colombo. Dane van Niekerk registered an unbeaten 70 runs as South African Ladies chased down their target of 133 with 1 ball to spare. Chasing a target of 133, South Africa openers Van Niekerk and Trisha Chetty put on 94 runs partnership for the first wicket in 15.3 overs and Lizelle Lee blitzed an unbeaten 22 off 12 balls. Sri Lanka after opted to bat first had posted 132 for 6, Prasadani Weerakkody top-scoring with 48 off 45. Shabnim Ismail and Marcia Letsoalo picked up two wickets each for South Africa. South Africa Women 136 for 1 (van Niekerk 70*, Chetty 39) beat Sri Lanka Women 132… Read More →
The visiting South African women’s cricket team registered a comfortable seven wicket win in the second T20I played at the Colts grounds yesterday. An allround performance by Dane van Niekerk helped the tourist to level the three match T20 series against Sri Lanka Women. Brief Score: Sri Lanka Women 76 in 14 overs (Yasoda Mendis 21, Chamari Atapattu 16: Dane van Niekerk 4 for 17, Chloe Tryon 2 for 15) South Africa Women 77 for 3 in 17.3 overs (Dane van Niekerk 22, Lizelle Lee 18: Maduri Samuddika 2 for 18) South Africa women’s will meet host Sri Lanka in the deciding T20 scheduled to be played today at the MCA ground. Full Scorecard
In the rain affected match Sri Lankan Women scored 101/7 in 13 overs and restricted South African Women for 94/6 in 13 overs. Brief Score: Sri Lanka Women 101/7 in 13 overs (Siriwardena 28, Atapattu 20: Kapp 2/16) and beat South Africa Women 94/6 (Lee 41: Kaushalya 2/11,Ranaweera 2/22) by 7 runs. Full Scorecard
Media Release The Women’s National Selection Committee has selected the following players for the 3 T20Is of the South Africa Women’s tour of Sri Lanka. Chamari Athapattu (Captain) Prasadini Weerakkody Yasoda Mendis Shashikala Siriwardena Hasini Perera Eshani Lokusuriya Ama Kanchana Nilakshi Silva Maduri Samuddika Enoka Ranaweera Inoshi Fernando Imalka Mendis Udeshika Prabodhini Anushka Sanjeewani Stand by: 1.Chandima Guneratne 2.Sripalee Weerakkody 3.Chamari Polgampola 4.Sanduni Abeywickrama
South Africa Women beat Sri Lanka Women by five wickets in the fourth and final One-Day International in Colombo to seal a 2-1 series success. South African ladies opted to field first after having won the toss and restricted the Lankan Ladies to just 137 runs in 43.3 overs. Sri Lanka struggled as Shabnim Ismail (2-15), Marizanne Kapp (2-17), Yolani Fourie (2-19) and Marcia Letsoalo (2-30) all took two wickets. For Sri Lanka camp Eshani Kaushalya top scored with 46 after Chamari Atapattu had made 26 at the top of the order. Tourists ensured that the target was reached with easy with Trisha Chetty’s patient 59 runs and Dane van Niekerk ensured her side got over the line making 29 not out. Brief Score: South… Read More →
Sri Lanka Women eked out a four-wicket win over South Africa Women in the third One-Day International at the Sinhalese Sports Club in Colombo on Sunday (October 19), levelling the four-match series at 1-1. After Ama Kanchana’s three-wicket haul restricted South Africa to 139 for 7 in a match truncated to 27-overs-a-side, Chamari Atapattu held her own with a solid 63 as Sri Lanka overcame a few jitters to win with an over to spare. South Africa was on target to post much more than it eventually did, as Lizelle Lee and Trisha Chetty, the openers, put on 42. The good work was carried forward by Mignon du Preez, the captain, who top-scored with 34. Du Preez’s 48-run stand for… Read More →
Media Release The 4th ODI of the South Africa Women’s Tour of Sri Lanka 2014 which was scheduled to be played at NCC on the 21st October 2014 has been changed to SSC Grounds, Colombo.
The Women’s National Selection Committee has selected the following players for the next two ODI’s of the South Africa Women’s tour. 1) Chamari Athapatthu. 2) Udeshika Prasadini. 3) Eshani Lokusooriya. 4) Prasidini Weerakkody. 5) Sanduni Abeywickrama. 6) Chamari Polgampola. 7) Inoka Ranaweera. 8) Yasodamendis. 9) Maduri Samuddika. 10) Ama Kanchana. 11) Sripali Weerkkody. 12) Nilakshi Silva. 13) Shashikala Siriwardana. 14) Hasini Perera This has been approved by the Hon. Minister of Sports.
Media Release The 3rd ODI of the South Africa’s Women’s Tour of Sri Lanka 2014 which was scheduled to be played at NCC tomorrow 19th October 2014 has been changed to SSC.
An adept all-round performance from South Africa Women helped it to a 53-run win over Sri Lanka Women in the tenth match of the ICC Women’s Championship, played at Sinhalese Sports Club Ground in Colombo on Wednesday (October 15). Opting to bat, half-centuries from Lizelle Lee and Marizanne Kapp led South Africa to 225 for 8 in 50 overs. Starting the chase on the wrong note after losing a wicket without a run on the board, Sri Lanka finished on 172 for 9 despite a fighting half-century from Eshani Kaushalya. Lee, the opener, anchored the innings after South Africa lost early wickets. With Mignon du Preez, Lee stitched an important 51-run stand to stabilise the innings after it was reduced… Read More →