ICC Women's Cricket World Cup: Round Two Wrap - dailytelegraph.com.au

THE heatwave that hit the UK in the lead in to the World Cup is well and truly over as rain and cold took a toll on the second round of matches. England earned their first win in a rain-reduced match while the South v New Zealand match was abandoned.

Sri Lanka's Chamari Athapaththu warns England: 'I batted like Sangakkara' - Telegraph.co.uk

Sri Lanka's Chamari Athapaththu has warned England she feels right at home here following her magnificent, though ultimately futile, 178 against Australia on Thursday. England are heavy favourites for their group stage game against Sri Lanka at Taunton ...

Aussies win again, despite brilliant Atapattu - Taipei Times

Sri Lanka's Chamari Atapattu, left, plays a shot against Australia in their ICC Women's World Cup match in Bristol, England, on Thursday. Photo: Reuters. Australia captain Meg Lanning made a superb century as the reigning champions made it two wins out ...

Atapattu says she batted like Sangakkara and Jayasuriya - Khaleej Times

Sri Lanka batter Chamari Atapattu has hogged the limelight in the early part of the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 like no one had imagined. A dazzling 178 not out against defending champions Australia has overshadowed several fine performances and the ...

Lanning: Bowling and fielding not yet up to standard - Cricket365.com

Australia women's captain Meg Lanning says her team still have work to do in the bowling and fielding department after their eight-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the Women's World Cup on Thursday. Lanning struck a majestic unbeaten 152 as Australia ...

Starting like Sanga, ending like Sanath - International Cricket Council

Athapaththu imbibes the best traits of her favourite players to make it a day to remember for Sri Lanka even in defeat. Chamari Athapaththu. Belinda Vakawera's debut for Australia at the age of 19, Meg Lanning's highest score of 152 not out during the ...

Women's World Cup 2017 Wrap: Week 1 - Cricbuzz

Few expected the inaugural week of ICC Women's World Cup 2017 to pan out the way it did. That Australia would be challenged by the lowest-ranked and, probably, the weakest of all sides. That England, who started as overwhelming favourites, would be ...

STATS: Women's World Cup 2017 – a batters' game - Wisden India

All the teams have played two matches apiece in the Women's World Cup 2017 so far, and we have witnessed some dominant performances by the usual suspects – Australia, England, New Zealand and India. It was also heartening to see Pakistan giving a ...

ICC Women's World Cup 2017, Sri Lanka vs Australia: 5 Talking Points - Yahoo Cricket

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 22: Meg Lanning of Australia leads her team onto the field during the Women's Twenty20 International match between the Australia Southern Stars and the New Zealand White Ferns at Adelaide Oval on February 22, ...

Athapaththu's stunning assault goes in vain - DailySports (press release)

Chamari Athapaththu's individual brilliance failed to stop Australia from completing an easy win in the 8th match of the ongoing ICC Women's World Cup played at the County Ground, Bristol last evening. by. Farhan Uvais; June 30, 2017. 17Shares; Share ...

Chamari Atapattu at ICC Women's World Cup 2017 - The Sunday Times Sri Lanka

Chamari Atapattu's score - has put her in the third-highest position in the history of Women's ODIs. Captured here is footage from the award ceremony at the ICC Women's World Cup 2017. Video courtesy ICC ...

Athapaththu, Lanning reap the benefits of enjoying time in the middle - International Cricket Council

The Sri Lankan says she 'began like Sanga and ended like Sanath', the Australian credits better run-scoring conditions for her show. Meg Lanning batting. Mountaineering is one of Chamari Athapaththu's favourite ways to unwind. On Thursday at the County ...

Video : Chamari Atapattu earns player of the match award - The Sunday Times Sri Lanka

Chamari Atapattu's score - has put her in the third-highest postion in the history of Women's ODIs. Australia's Belinda Clark occupies the top spot with unbeaten 229 against Denmark Women in the 1997 Women's World Cup. Last month India's Deepti Sharma ...

Lanning's 152 overshadows Atapattu's 178 as Australia Women continue winning ways - Cricket World

A marathon knock of unbeaten 178 from Chamari Atapattu went in vain as Australia led by a 152-run knock from Meg Lanning chased down 258 runs in 43.5 overs with eight wickets in hand against Sri Lanka in the eighth match of ICC Women's World Cup in ...

Find footage of that Chamari Atapattu innings and watch immediately - Cricket Country

People were compelled to opt for ball-by-ball text commentary or live blogs or illegal streaming; and Chamari Atapattu hit a significant spike on Google trends. By Abhishek Mukherjee. | Updated : June 30, 2017 4:04 PM IST. 0 Shares. Facebook share ...

SL hero eyes WBBL after 'special' knock - cricket.com.au

If any of the Rebel Women's Big Bash League teams are on the hunt for a big-hitting batter, Sri Lanka's Chamari Athapaththu might just be their woman. The 27-year-old struck six maximums in her unbeaten 143-ball, 178-run blitz on Thursday, dispatching ...

Australia v Sri Lanka: Women's Cricket World Cup second round match - POST-COURIER

13:16 PM - Australia and Sri Lanka have played out one of the most incredible matches of cricket as the Aussies chased down a record score to secure their second win at the World Cup and move back to the top of the standings. June 30, 2017 ...

Women's World Cup: Australia beat Sri Lanka by 8 wickets - Yahoo Cricket

June 30 (CRICKETNMOROE) - Australia beat Sri Lanka by eight wickets despite Chamari Athapaththu scoring the second highest ICC Women's World Cup score on Thursday at County Ground in Bristol. June 30 (CRICKETNMOROE) - Australia beat Sri ...

Women's World Cup: Chamari Atapattu secures third-highest ODI score in women's cricket - The Sunday Times Sri Lanka

Australia maintained an eight-wicket victory over Sri Lanka, in a game highlighted by two brilliant centuries at the Women's World Cup. Chamari Atapattu entertained the crowd at Bristol with the third-highest ODI score in women's cricket, flaying 22 ...

Women's World Cup: Australia gets the win, but Chamari Atapattu leaves indelible memory - ABC Online

In the end, one was the most surprising innings imaginable, and the other was the least surprising. Both came within the space of a day. If you see the numbers, there's not much separating them. Chamari Atapattu, 178 not out. Meghann Lanning, 152 not out.