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 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 →
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 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 Women 149 (49.5) Prasadani Weerakkody 42, Sripali Weerakkody 24*, Lasanthi Madushani 23, Hayley Matthews 3/19, Anisha Mohammed 2/15 v West Indies Women 153/5 (40.1) Deandra Dottin 84*, Merissa Aguilleira 30, Eshani Lokusuriyage 2/4 West Indies Women won by 5 wickets (with 59 balls remaining) Full Scorecard
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 →
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.
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 →
DATE MATCH Venue Times 13th May ODI 1 -Match SSC 09.50am 15th May ODI 2- IWC RPICS 09.50am 18th May ODI 3 -IWC RPICS 09.50am 20th May ODI 4 – IWC RPICS 09.50am 23rd May T20 1 RPICS 10.00am 25th May T20 2 Colts Grounds 10.00am 26th May T20 3 Colts Grounds 2.00pm
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 →