Sri Lankan women Beat Bangladesh women comprehensively

It was a great day for Sri lankan women as they were able to beat latest asian champion team Bangladesh comprehensively .Sri lanka batted first and added on 97 runs in their 20 overs loosing just 7 wickets. But bangladesh was not able to chase that down as they were bundle out for for 72 runs .Player of the match was Former captain Shashikala Siriwardena.Match summary is as follows:

SRI LANAKA                                                                                           97-7(20 overs)

S.Siriwardena                31                                                                   J.Alam        3-21
D.Manodara                  16                                                                   K.T.Kubra   1-15

BANGLADESH                                                                                      72-10(20 overs)

N.Sultana                     20                                                                    C.Athapaththu 3-17
R.Moni                         11                                                                   S.Siriwardena   2-10


Now sri lankan womens team is at  No.3 in group A with  3 points under their name and 2 matches remaining.

Only top 2 teams of  group  A will be selected to semi finals.We will come back again with another Match update of womens worldcup and latest news soon.

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