Gamachchi Withanage Hasini Madushika PereraOpening Batswoman
National SideSri Lanka
Date of Birth27-06-1995
Place of BirthColombo,Srilanka
Batting StyleLeft-hand Bat
Bowling StyleRight-arm medium-fast
Hasini is an opening batswoman for the Sri Lankan team who plays in both ODI and T20 formats.As she is known for her clean hitting, her brisk scores in both T20Is and ODIs have served the side well by keeping up the ante of runs.
The Left-hander made her T20I debut against Bangladesh in 2014 and just a few months after, emerged on the ODI stage, debuting against South Africa in 2014. Ever since debuting, she’s been a regular member of the 15 member squad in both formats. Unfortunately, not the most well-utilized player, Hasini could do a world of good with the bat if she’s been made to represent the side more consistently.
- March 2, 2020
Sri Lanka bowed out of the T20 World Cup on high as they thrashed Bangladesh by nine wickets at Junction Oval in Melbourne on Monday (March 2). It was a fitting farewell to Sri Lankan legend Shashikala Siriwardene who finished with four wickets in her last match bringing down curtains to a 17-year-old career. The
- February 22, 2020
New Zealand started their T20 World Cup campaign on a winning note defeating Sri Lanka by seven wickets at WACA in Perth on Saturday (February 22). It was yet again Sophie Devine who starred for New Zealand with an unbeaten 75. The big-hitting batter brought her sixth fifty-plus score in the process and was well
Maiden call-up for Sandeepani; Mendis, Ranaweera and Ranasinghe left out of Sri Lanka’s T20 World Cup squadJanuary 27, 2020
Chamari Atapattu has been named skipper of a new-look Sri Lanka squad for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 in Australia beginning on February 21. As many as four senior players, who were part of the squad that recently toured Australia, have been left-out – Inoka Ranaweera, the left-arm spinner, Yasoda Mendis, the top-order
- March 8, 2019
Sri Lanka has announced their squad for the England series which is to be played on their home turf. England has played Sri Lanka in 14 ODIs in Sri Lanka with 12 wins in their kitty. The hosts will look to change the record in their country. Sri Lanka comes on the back off a