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Chamari Athapaththu

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium

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In November 2017, Atapattu was named the Women's Cricketer of the Year at Sri Lanka Cricket's annual awards.

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium

AGE
30
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Gokarella

COUNTRY

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

Bio

Chamari Athapaththu has been a mainstay in Sri Lanka's batting attack for over a decade, consistently contributing in ODIs and T20Is.

She made her T20I debut against India in June 2009, followed by her ODI debut less than a year later.

Her maiden international ton came against Ireland, in just her seventh ODI innings, also making her the first and only Sri Lankan woman to have scored an ODI hundred.

Her spectacular 178 not out against Australia in the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 became the second-highest individual score in Women's World Cup history. Her most recent ton was on Australian soil in October 2019 - a gritty 103 off 124 balls.

'We tried to play positive cricket' Athapaththu

Sri Lanka captain Chamari Athapaththu reflects on the T20I series against Australia and looks ahead to the ODIs in Brisbane


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'I have to lead from the front': Athapaththu

Sri Lanka captain Chamari Athapaththu reflects on her maiden T20I century and vows to continue her aggressive approach against Australia


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Athapaththu stuns with maiden T20I ton

Sri Lanka captain Chamari Athapaththu produced a stunning display of power hitting against Australia at North Sydney Oval


Aussies focused on stopping Sri Lanka's run-machine

With three hundreds in her last seven innings against the defending champs, Chamari Athapaththu is clearly the prized wicket in the Sri Lankan line-up


'Gades call on Sri Lanka star for WBBL finals tilt

She lit up North Sydney Oval in September, now Chamari Athapaththu is back in red for the business end of WBBL|05


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North Sydney braces for second T20 run-fest

Centuries to Beth Mooney and Chamari Athapaththu continued a tradition of high scores at the venue where the sides will meet again on Monday evening


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