Manage Don Nipuni HansikaOpening Batswoman
National SideSri Lanka
Date of Birth03-08-1994
Place of BirthSri Lanka
Batting StyleLeft-hand Bat
Bowling StyleRight-arm medium-fast
Left-handers bring grace to the game but some can hoist meaty hits as well, quite like Sri Lanka’s Hansika, who has been competing ever since she was 19. She made her ODI debut against the West Indies on February 24, 2013. Just after a month, she broke through in T20s.
She is named amongst the most talented batters in the Sri Lankan side and one of her strengths is clean-striking of the white ball. Even though her game can be plagued by inconsistency on a few occasions, one can contend that Hansika is a top-notch player at the highest echelon of the modern game. At the same time, working on her temperament- it is believed- can take her places.
- September 24, 2018
If you watch women’s cricket closely, you’ll very quickly spot some players who are a cut above the others, purely in the athletic sense: They will be a split second faster while chasing a ball. They are quicker to develop the ability to hit sixes. And their throws make wicketkeepers reach for the ice-bags. That’s
- September 19, 2018
A few more details have emerged about the five Indian nationals who were asked to leave the BOI ground at Katunayake during the third ODI between India and Sri Lanka women, although no concrete links have been made with bettors. Sri Lankan Anti Corruption Unit officials confirmed that around 2:30 PM on Sunday (September 16),
- September 17, 2018
The ground is shifting below Chamari Athapaththu’s feet. Now she’s at Headingley, facing up to Katherine Brunt in the nets, laughing off the angry stares she gets when the ball meets the middle of the bat. Now she is in Melbourne, sweating it out in the indoor Docklands stadium, egging on her teammate, Lea Tahuhu,
- September 13, 2018
In their second match against Sri Lanka, India emerged on top in an absolute nail-biter to win by six runs. They now lead 2-0 in a three-match series. India won the toss and opted to bat first. However, they soon found themselves in trouble having been reduced to 18-2, with both openers- the in-form SmritiMandhana