Galle emerge champs – SLC Women’s U23 Super Provincial

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SLC WOMEN’S U23 SUPER PROVINCIAL TOURNEY 2019  Galle emerged champions of the Sri Lanka Cricket Women’s Under-23 Super Provincial Tournament 2019. They headed the points table with  28.60 points having chalked up 2 first innings wins of their 3 matches played and drawn one. Runners-up Dambulla totaled 23.90 points with one first innings win and two draws while third placed Colombo had 14.00 points with two draws and one loss. Fourth placed Kandy totaled 12.10 points with a draw having lost two matches. Meanwhile, Kandy’s Lihini Apsara was adjudged the Best Batter having aggregated 193 runs in 5 innings from the three matches. Galle’s Sulesha Sathsarani was adjudged best bowler having claimed 12 wickets conceding 87 runs off 37 overs… Read More →

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ශ්‍රී ලංකා ක්‍රිකට් ආයතනය නොබෝදා සංවිධානය කළ කාන්තා වයස අවුරුදු 23න් පහළ ක්‍රිකට් තරගාවලියේ හොඳම ක්‍රීඩිකාව ලෙස ගාල්ල කණ්ඩායමේ ශිකාරි නුවන්ති තේරිණි. ඇය තරග තුනේදී ඉනිම තුනකදී ලකුණු 70ක් ලබා පන්දු යැවීමේදී කඩුලු අටක් ලබා තුන් ඉරියව්වේම දස්කම් පෙන්වූ දක්ෂම ක්‍රීඩිකාව ලෙස තේරිණි. මීට අමරතව හොදම පිතිකාරිණිය ලෙස මහනුවර කණ්ඩායමේ ළිහිණි අප්සරාත් (තරග තුනයි ඉනිම 5යි ලකුණු 193යි) සහ හොඳම පන්දු යවන්නිය ලෙස ගාල්ල කණ්ඩායමේ සුලේෂා සත්සරණි (තරග තුනයි ඉනිම 4යි ලකුණු 87ට කඩුලු 12යි) තේරිණි. කොළඹ, ගාල්ල, මහනුවර හා දඹුල්ල යන කණ්ඩායම් හතර මේ තරගාවලියට සහභාගි විණි. මහනුවර කණ්ඩායමේ ළිහිණි අප්සරා (ලකුණු 193) සචිනි දයාරත්න (ලකුණු 89යි) හා තරුෂි රාජකරුණා (ලකුණු 41යි) පන්දුවට පහර දීමේදී ද තරුෂි රාජකරුණා සහ ඉරේෂා වත්සලා කඩුලු පහ බැගින් ලබා පන්දු යැවීමේදී ද දක්ෂතා… Read More →

එංගලන්ත ක්‍රීඩිකාවෝ 20 -20 තරගාවලිය 3-0කින් ජය ගනී

The English Womens team after sweeping both the ODI and T20 Series again the Srilankans

ශ්‍රී ලංකා – එංගලන්ත කාන්තා ක්‍රිකට් කණ්ඩායම් අතර වනාතමුල්ල ඕවල් ක්‍රීඩාංගණයේ පැවැති තෙවන 20-20 තරගයෙන් ලකුණු 96ක ජයක් ලැබූ එංගලන්ත කාන්තා කණ්ඩායම 20 -20 තරගාවලිය ද ජය ලැබූවේ තරග 3-0ක් ලෙසිනි. මාර්තු 24වැනිදා පැවැති ප්‍රථම 20-20 තරගයේ දී එංගලන්ත ක්‍රීඩිකාවෝ කඩුලු අටක පහසු ජයක් ලැබීය. එහිදී මුලින් පන්දුවට පහරදුන් ශ්‍රී ලංකා පිල ලකුණු 94ක් ලබා ගත් අතර එංගලන්තය පිළිතුරු ලෙස ඕවර 14.2 කදී කඩුලු 2කට ලකුණු 95ක් ලැබීය. මාර්තු 26 වැනිදා පැවැති දෙවන 20 -20 තරගයේ දී ලංකා ක්‍රීඩිකාවෝ ප්‍රථම තරගයට වඩා දස්කම් දැක්වීමට සමත් වූහ. මුලින් පන්දුවට ලංකා පිල ඕවර 20 අවසානයේ කඩුලු හයකට ලබාගත් ලකුණු 108ට පිළිතුරු ලෙස එවරද එංගලන්ත පිල ඕවර 13.5කදී කඩුලු 2කට ලකුණු 109ක් ලබා නැවත වරක් කඩුලු අටක ජයක් ලැබීය. මාර්තු 28 වැනිදා ඕවල්… Read More →

Women’s Super Provincial Tournament – Squads and Schedule

 SCHEDULE -WOMEN’s UNDER 23 SUPER PROVINCIAL TOURNAMENT Date Match Venue 24/03/2019 GALLE  vs COLOMBO DOMBAGODA  GROUNDS KANDY  vs DAMBULLA BANDARAGAMA  GROUNDS 25/03/2019 GALLE  vs DAMBULLA DOMBAGODA  GROUNDS COLOMBO VS KANDY BANDARAGAMA   GROUNDS 27/03/2019 GALLE vs KANDY DOMBAGODA  GROUNDS DAMBULLA vs COLOMBO BANDARAGAMA  GROUNDS   Women’s Under 23 Squadnew nike air max 2019

Sri Lanka Women’s Squad for the ODIs vs England

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Media Release 08th March, 2019 The following 15 member Sri Lanka women’s squad was given approval by the Honorable Harin Fernando; The Minister of Sports to play the One Day Series vs England Women’s Team. The England Women’s Team will be touring Sri Lanka for a One Day and T20 Series. They will arrive in the country on the 10th March, 2018. The arrival time at the BIA 08.05 P.M. Chamari Atapattu – Captain Prasadani Weerakkody Anushka Sanjeewani Hansima Karunaratne Hasini Perera Sugandika Kumari Harshitha Samarawickrama Shashikala Siriwardena Nilakshi De Silva Inoshi Fernando Kaveesha Dilhari Achini Kulasuriya Udeshika Probadhani Inoka Ranaweera Oshadi Ranasinghe nike air max 1 sale

ICC bids for Women’s Cricket in Commonwealth Games

Cricket and the Commonwealth are inextricably linked and almost perfectly aligned with 910 million of cricket’s one billion plus adult fans, says ICC CEO David Richardson • Video interview of David Richardson available for free download and editorial use on the Online Media Zone The International Cricket Council (ICC) today confirmed it has submitted a bid for the inclusion of T20 women’s cricket into the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham 2022. The bid, which has been made in partnership with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), will see one of the world’s fastest growing women’s team sports apply to become part of the Commonwealth Games family. Cricket has made just one appearance at the Games previously, with men playing in 1998… Read More →

Sri Lanka Women beats Bangladesh Women in the World Cup T20 to stay alive in the tournament

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Bangladesh missed out on their best chance of ensuring automatic qualification for the next edition of the tournament as their batting disintegrated in a chase of 98. Only two batters made it into double figures, as the batters undid some fine work from the bowlers, in particular Jahanara Alam. Shashikala Siriwardene took two wickets for Sri Lanka after top scoring with the bat, and skipper Chamari Athapaththu took three after failing. But the dents in Bangladesh’s chase were made by the left arm swing of Udeshika Prabhodani, who took two wickets in her first over. Then the spinners shared the spoils, bowling 75 dots in the innings as Bangladesh never recovered from those early blows. Earlier, Jahanara Alam’s three wickets… Read More →

Chamari, Shashikala moved up in ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings

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ICC MEDIA RELEASE ·         India, South Africa and the West Indies are within two points of each other while Sri Lanka won their first two points ·         West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor: “Having lost the first game, we had to go back to the drawing board because we know South Africa have evolved and they have been playing well over the last few years” ·         South Africa captain Dane van Niekerk: “We did not take the opportunity to go up the ladder. We need to find ways to win ODI series and a draw is not great but probably better than a loss” ·         Sri Lanka captain Chamari Athapaththu: “Between the two teams, we did not see much of a difference. We won the… Read More →

Sri Lanka women’s suffer narrow loss in the 1st T20 game

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Sri Lanka women’s team lost the 1st T20 played against the visiting Indian Women’s team by 13 runs with 3 balls to spare, as they were all out for 155 runs in 19.3 overs. Chasing a target of 169 to win the game, Lankans started well with Yasodha Mendis and Captain Chamari Atapattu going for a flying start. Mendis in particular was in flying form, as she raced to 32 runs from 12 balls, which included five boundaries and a six. Mendis fell in the third over, when the score was on 39. Atapattu continued, but a quick wicket on the other side saw the Lankan scoreboard reading as 41 for 2. A brief partnership between captain and Rebeca Vandort helped… Read More →

Sri Lanka Women’s T20 Squad to face India

Media Release 18th September, 2018 The 15 member women’s squad who will play the five T20I matches with the visiting Indian Women’s Team. The Minister of Sports Honorable Faiszer Musthapa gave his approval for the squad. Chamari Atapattu – Captain Yasoda Mendis Hasini Perera Shashikala Siriwardena Eshani lokusooriya Nilakshi De Silva Ama Kanchana Rebeca Vandort Kaveesha Dilhari Sripali Weerakkody Sugandika kumari Anushka sanjeewani Udeshika Prabodhini Imalka Mendis Dilani Manodara nike air max 1 sale

Anti Corruption Measures – India Women’s tour of Sri Lanka

Media Release 17th September, 2018 Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to state that five Indian nationals, who were witnessing the 3rd ODI match played between Sri Lanka and India Women’s team, last Sunday (16th September, 2018) was removed from the stadium. The SLC Anti-Corruption Unit; with the help of the police; removed the five individuals from the stadium, when they observed that these individuals were behaving suspiciously (excessive usage of Mobile phones). In the meantime, SLC Anti-Corruption Unit also notified the International Cricket Council of this incident. The match was played at the CMG in katunayake.   cheap nike free run 5.0

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ගාල්ල ජාත්‍යන්තර ක්‍රිකට් ක්‍රීඩාංගණයේ පැවැති ශ්‍රී ලංකා ඉන්දියා කාන්තා දෙවන එක්දින ක්‍රිකට් තරගය ඉතාමත් තියුණු මුහුණුවරකින් පසුව ලකුණු හතකින් ජයගැනීමට ඉන්දීය කාන්තා පිල බ්‍රහස්පතින්දා (13) සමත් විය. ඉන්දීය කාන්තා පිල ඕවර 50අවසානයේ සියලු ක්‍රීඩිකාවන් දැවී ලබා ගත් ලකුණු 219ට පිළිතුරු ලෙස ශ්‍රී ලංකා පිල ඕවර 48.1කදී ලකුණු 212ක් ලබා ජයග්‍රහණය අසළටම පැමිණියත් ජයග්‍රාහී කඩඉම පසුකිරීමට ඔවුනට අවස්ථාවක් නොලැබිණි. ලකුණු 220ක ජයග්‍රාහි ඉලක්කයක් කරායාමට ලංකා පිල පැමිණි අවස්ථාවේ නායිකාව චමරි අතපත්තු නායකත්ව ඉනිමක් ක්‍රීඩා කරමින් හතරේ අටක් හයේ එකක් සමග ලකුණු 57ක් (පන්දු 95) රැස්කළහ. සිව්වන කඩුල්ලට ඇය ශෂිකලා සිරිවර්ධන (ලකුණු 49යි පන්දු91යි හතරේ හයයි) එක්කළ ලකුණු ප්‍රමාණය 89කි, ඊට අමතරව නිලක්ෂි ද සිල්වා හයේ දෙකක් හතරේ දෙකක් සමග පන්දු 19කදී ලකුණු 31ක් ලැබුවාය. ඒ.සංජීවවනි (17) ශ්‍රීපාලි වීරක්කොඩි (17) වැඩි ලකුණු… Read More →

Sri Lanka Women lose by 7 in thriller

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Sri Lanka Women went down bravely by 7 runs to India Women having chased a 219-run victory target in the second ODI at the Galle International Stadium on Thursday.  After India had posted 218 in 50 overs on winning the toss, the Lankan lasses put up a bold run chase. It was spearheaded by skipper Chamari Atapattu who struck 57 off 95 balls inclusive of 8 boundaries and a six. She put on 89 for the fourth wicket with Shashikala Siriwardene who made 49 off 91 balls with 6 boundaries. It was a decisive partnership with the pair taking the total to 129 in 35.1 overs when Siriwardene ran herself out. It put paid to the hosts chances at a… Read More →

India Women romp to 9-wicket win in opening ODI

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India Women romped to a 9-wicket triumph over Sri Lanka Women on Tuesday in the first of the 5-match ODI series played at the Galle International Stadium. Having dismissed the Sri Lankan lasses for 98 in 35.1 overs, the Indian lasses strolled to victory in only 19.5 overs with opening batsman S. Mandhana striking an unbeaten 76 off 73 balls. She struck 11 boundaries and 2 sixes and was associated in a 96-run alliance for the first wicket with P.G. Raut who made 24. Raut was dismissed by Inoka Ranaweera with the visitors within three runs of victory. Sri Lanka Women, having elected to bat on winning the toss, lost wickets at regular intervals and were 6 for 49 in… Read More →