India Women took an unassailable 2-0 lead after their comprehensive six wickets win over Sri Lanka Women in the second ODI at the JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi. India had won the first ODI by 89 runs, and like in the first game, they dominated in all departments of the game. Needing a moderate 189, the home team got to the mark with 42 balls to spare. Opener Smriti Mandhana missed out on her fourth consecutive half-century by just four runs. She struck four boundaries and one six before getting out on 46 off as many balls. Captain Mithali Raj remained unbeaten on 53 and stitched a 64-run stand for the third wicket with Harmanpreet Kaur (41). India lost four… Read More →
The Indian women’s team pocketed two crucial points after their convincing 107-run victory against Sri Lanka women in the first match of three-match ODI series. Currently placed fourth on the ICC Women’s Rankings, the Mithali Raj-led side had an easy outing at Ranchi after the tough, yet productive tour of Australia. Asked to bat first, the hosts posted a challenging 245/6 and then skittled out Sri Lanka for just 138. Poonam Yadav picked up 4/22 from just 7.2 overs while Deepti Sharma and Rajeshwari Gayakwad shared two wickets each to bundle out the visitors in 45.2 overs. Earlier, Smriti Mandhana carried on her excellent run with the bat. The elegant left-hander struck her third half-century in a row in 71… Read More →
Sri Lanka Women’s National team led by Shashikala Siriwaradana left SLC head quarters this morning to embark on their tour to India.
Media Release At a Selection Committee meeting held on even date, the following T20 squads were selected for the upcoming India tour and the ICC World T20 2016. SL Women’s team for ICC WT20 India: Shashikala Siriwardena (Captain), Chamari Athapaththu (Vice Captain), Yashoda Mendis, Oshadi Ranasinghe, Dilani Manodara, Prasadani Weerakkody, Ama Kanchana, Eshani Lokusuriya, Udeshika Prabodani, Inoka Ranaweera, Sugandika Kumari, Nilakshi De Silva, Hansima Karunaratne, Nipuni Hansika, Harshitha Madavi Stand by: Sripali Weerakkody, Madhuri Samuddhika, Anushka Sanjeewani, Lasanthi Madushani, Chandima Gunaratne Sri Lanka Women’s team for Tour of India: Shashikala Siriwardena (Captain), Chamari Athapaththu (Vice Captain), Yashoda Mendis, Oshadi Ranasinghe, Dilani Manodara, Prasadani Weerakkody, Eshani Lokusuriya, Ama Kanchana, Nilakshi De Silva, Sugandika Kumari, Inoka Ranaweera, Hansima Karunaratne, Udeshika Prabodani, Nipuni Hansika… Read More →
Date Match Venue 15th Feb 1st ODI – 9:00 am JSCA International Stadium, Ranchi 17th Feb 2nd ODI – 9:00 am JSCA International Stadium, Ranchi 19th Feb 3rd ODI – 9:00 am JSCA International Stadium, Ranchi 22nd Feb 1st T20I – 10:00 am JSCA International Stadium, Ranchi 24th Feb 2nd T20I – 10:00 am JSCA International Stadium, Ranchi 26th Feb 3rd T20I – 10:00 am JSCA International Stadium, Ranchi
Zone A became the champions of Women’s Zonal T20 Tournament 2015/16 after a dominant bowling performance followed by Chamari Athapattu’s unbeaten 59 steered them to a comfortable nine-wicket win. Brief Score Zone B – 97-6 in 20 overs (Hasini Perera 38, Shashikala Siriwaradena 23, Prasadini Weerakkody 17, Chamari Polgampola 3/15, Maduri Samuddika 3/16) v Zone A – 100-1 in 15.4 overs (Chamari Athapattu 59*, Nipuni Hansika 18*)
The New Zealand WHITE FERNS made short work of their Sri Lankan opponents in the final contest after electing to bowl first at a warm, sunny but blustery Saxton Oval as a sou’wester buffeted Nelson. Video Scorecard A strong turnout on the banks was treated to watching composed 20-year-old Thamsyn Newton step up for New Zealand with her first three wickets, in her third game. Newton claimed an impressive 3-9 off four overs in her first player-of-the-day performance. The slight Dilani Manodara, at five, had turned heads with an equally impressive reverse sweep for four as she looked to turn up the volume for Sri Lanka in the final outing. But in the 14th over she would be caught at… Read More →
The New Zealand WHITE FERNS have taken an unbeatable 2-0 lead in their Twenty20 International Series — but not without a fight from Sri Lanka. Scorecard As the maiden bilateral T20 Series moved to Nelson, Sri Lanka adapted quicker to fresh conditions, light rain having swept across Saxton Oval ahead of the game. It wasn’t enough to deter captain Suzie Bates from electing to bat but, at 28/3 in the sixth over it was Sri Lanka who, for the first time in the Series, held the early advantage. Opener Bates played a captain’s knock, falling just one ball short of carrying her bat as she was run out off the final delivery of the innings. By then, the player of… Read More →
Match 2nd Match vs Pakistan A Date 18th November 2015 Toss SL Women won the toss and Elected to Bat Inning – Sri Lanka Women Player Name How Out Runs Balls 4’s 6’s SR Yasoda Mendis LBW 10 7 1 1 142.86 Lasanthi Madushani Caught 64 110 6 0 58.18 Sanduni Abeywickrama Ct WK 19 52 2 0 36.54 Roshini Perera Caught 1 17 0 0 5.88 Imalka Mendis Ct WK 0 2 0 0 0.00 Hansima Karunarathne Run Out 11 26 1 0 42.31 Malsha Shehani Stumped 4 5 0 0 80.00 Chandima Gunarathne LBW 29 43 4 0 67.44 Madushika Meththananda LBW 4 14 0 0 28.57 Sherina Ravikumar Caught 8 17 0 0 47.06 Inoshi Fernando Not… Read More →
The New Zealand WHITE FERNS have made a perfect start in their new magenta T20 uniforms, dominating Sri Lanka by 102 runs at Hagley Oval and posting a record T20 total in the first of their three Twenty20 Internationals. Scorecard Openers Rachel Priest and Suzie Bates got the side off to their customary powerhouse start against the Sri Lankan visitors, the barnstorming Priest slamming three sixes as she put on a WHITE FERNS record with her captain for the first wicket against Sri Lanka, before Priest was trapped just one run short of a half-century. The wicket brought vice captain Devine (54) to the middle in the ninth over. She quickly launched into her work, posting her half century in… Read More →
The New Zealand WHITE FERNS have taken an historic 5-0 ODI sweep against Sri Lanka after another convincing win in the inaugural bilateral Series, winning the fifth encounter by eight wickets at a crisp Hagley Oval. Scorecard Canterbury spinner Erin Bermingham took a career-best 4-16 as the WHITE FERNS turned the heat up on the visitors — stand-in skipper Chamari Attapattu having elected to bat before both teams observed a minute’s silence for Buddhist monk and social activist Maduluwawe Sobitha Thera, whose passing was being mourned by Sri Lanka. The Sri Lankan line-up struggled against the WHITE FERNS attack, but clung on for 47.5 overs in the face of sustained pressure as they ground their way to 99 all out. The… Read More →
PAKISTAN WOMENS “A’ TOUR -MATCH & PRACTICE SCHEDULE 2015 13th Nov Arrive 14th Nov 2 Side Nets – Pakistan “A”Team SSC 9.30-12.30pm 02 Side Nets- SL Development Team SSC 1.30-4.30pm 15th Nov 2 Side Nets – SL Development Team SSC 09.30-12.30pm 02 Side Nets- Pakistan “A” team SSC 1.30-4.30pm 16th Nov One Day Match-50 overs Colts Grounds 09.50am 17th Nov Rest Day 18th Nov One Day Match 50 overs P.Sara 09.50am 19th Nov Rest Day 20th Nov One Day Match-50 overs P.Sara 09.50 am 21st Nov Rest Day 22nd Nov T20 -1 RPICS 10.00am 23rd Nov Practice NCC – SL 10.00-12.00pm Practice NCC – PAK 2.00-4.00pm 24th Nov T202 P.Sara 09.30am T20- 3 2.00pm 25th Nov… Read More →
The New Zealand WHITE FERNS continued their domination of Sri Lanka with the second 10-wicket win of their inaugural ODI Series — helped by a maiden five-wicket bag from leading spinner Morna Nielsen in the fourth One-Day International. The win takes the WHITE FERNS’ lead to 4-0 in the historic contest. Scorecard A fixture in the side since 2010, 25-year-old Nielsen’s previous best was 3-12. That was bettered as she combined with Anna Peterson to take three wickets in the space of 11 balls through the middle, then eclipsed — as teammates nervously held their breath — by the second to last ball of her lean 10 overs. Player of the match as she snuck into the list of top 10 all-time… Read More →
Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to inform that Captain of the Women’s National Team Shashikala Siriwardene was injured while batting in the last match. A delivery crushed her right thumb resulting in a displaced fracture. As advised by the doctor she will be immobilized for 4 weeks. Oshadi Ranasinghe will join the team as a replacement. Chamari Atapattu has been appointed as the Captain and Sripali Weerakkody as the Vice Captain of the team.