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Siriwardena shines on Sri Lanka swansong

Shashikala Siriwardena produced the perfect swansong to her international career by taking four wickets in Sri Lanka’s ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 victory over Bangladesh. Shashikala Siriwardena took four for 16 in her final international appearance for Sri Lanka Achini Kulasuriya took two scalps to help steer Sri Lanka to victory in their final

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England beaten in final T20 World Cup warm up game

England Women’s final preparations for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup were dealt a surprising blow in Adelaide with a 10-wicket defeat to Sri Lanka. Heather Knight won the toss and batted first but her team – with a slightly rejigged order – never got going, losing regular wickets to Sri Lanka’s spinners and reaching just

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England sign off with a perfect ten

England Women signed off from their tour of Sri Lanka with another win to make it 10 victories in a row in all formats. It’s now their fifth-best run of consecutive victories. Half-centuries from Amy Jones and Danni Wyatt – plus a pair of rapid 40s from Nat Sciver and Tammy Beaumont – saw England

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England beat Sri Lanka to claim ODI series 3-0

Half-centuries from Amy Jones and Tammy Beaumont took England to a comprehensive eight-wicket win over Sri Lanka in Colombo and saw them claim the series 3-0. On another baking hot day England’s bowlers gave nothing away and the tone was set after two early wickets with the new ball for Kate Cross. Anya Shrubsole and

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England win first ODI In Sri Lanka

England powered their way to a comprehensive victory in the first ODI of their three-match series in Sri Lanka. A brilliant 93 from Nat Sciver – alongside 79 from Amy Jones and 61 from captain Heather Knight – saw England amass 331-7 from their 50 overs, the highest women’s ODI total ever scored in Sri

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England power to win over Sri Lanka

Laura Marsh returned to the side and took four wickets as England completed a comfortable seven-wicket victory over Sri Lanka at Taunton in their third ICC Women’s World Cup fixture. Marsh, who was Player of the Match, and the rest of England’s bowlers restricted Sri Lanka to 204-8 before captain Heather Knight (82) and Sarah

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