Chamari Atapattu

Women's Super League: No Lightning spark, but Bates, Farrell shine

Vipers and Stars are the leaders after the first week, Athapaththu shows she's still got it, read more

Women's Super League 2017 gets its big TV break, but can it piggyback on World Cup success?

Double-headers with NatWest T20 Blast games are a leap of faith as the tournament looks to read more

Chamari Athapaththu to play for Yorkshire in Super League

She will become the first Sri Lankan batter to play in England's T20 competition as a read more

Harmanpreet’s 171 – a trailblazing landmark

The batter not only broke several records, but also wowed everyone watching her innings in the semifinal against Australia

Sri Lanka avoid wooden spoon with tense win

Pakistan end World Cup campaign without a win after being bowled out for 206 in chase of 222

Anisa changes angle, and Windies’ fortunes

Skipper Taylor all praise for star offspinner while Athapaththu rues poor shot-selection

Aguilleira’s calm sets up first Windies win

Wicketkeeper-batter holds nerve to make unbeaten 46 and consign Sri Lanka to their fifth defeat in a row

Stats: Tall scores at breakneck speed highlight Women’s World Cup

While England have already put on two totals in excess of 370, batters from other teams have shone too

STATS: Women’s World Cup 2017 – a batters’ game

With seven centuries in seven completed games, this tournament has been a good one for batting so far, and a terrible one for bowlers

Athapaththu says she batted like Sangakkara and Jayasuriya

Already a big name in her home town, Athapaththu wants to help women’s cricket grow in Sri Lanka

Athapaththu, Lanning reap the benefits of enjoying time in the middle

The Sri Lankan says she ‘began like Sanga and ended like Sanath’, the Australian credits better run-scoring conditions for her show

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