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Inoka Ranaweera

Team flagSL38 yrs
batting styleleft-arm orthodox spin Bowler
#17 Bowler in ODI
#35 All Rounder in ODI
#21 Bowler in T20I
#93 All Rounder in T20I
Career & Stats

Inoka Ranaweera Recent Form


SLW vs SAW, ODI0 (0) *
SLW vs SAW, T20I1 (6)
SLW vs ENGW, ODI8 (17) *
SLW vs ENGW, ODI1 (9) *
SLW vs NZW, ODI5 (24)
SLW vs NZW, T20I5 (12) *
SLW vs INDW, T20I18 (22) *
SLW vs PAKW, T20I3 (9)
SLW vs UAEW, T20I6 (3)
SLW vs INDW, T20I1 (3) *


SLW vs WIW, ODI0-45
SLW vs USAW, T20I1-20
SLW vs UGNW, T20I2-10
SLW vs SAW, ODI0-60
SLW vs SAW, ODI1-41
SLW vs SAW, T20I0-25
SLW vs SAW, T20I0-39
SLW vs INDW, T20I2-21
SLW vs PAKW, T20I1-11
SLW vs THAW, T20I0-15

Inoka Ranaweera Carrer Stats


WC ODI42200112.502.0000----


WC ODI4434.7633.332-270042.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
WI Women vs SL Women at Bridgetown - April 25, 2012
T20I Debut
SL Women vs SA Women at Galle - September 26, 2012

Teams played for

Sri Lanka Women

About Inoka Ranaweera

NameInoka Ranaweera
Birth18 Feb 1986
Birth PlaceBalapitiya, Sri Lanka
Height5 ft 4 in
NationalitySri Lankan

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Player Bio

Inoka Ranaweera

Born on February 18, 1986, in Balapitiya, Sri Lanka, Inoka Ranaweera is a Sri Lankan cricketer representing her country in both ODI and T20I formats. She is a slow left-arm orthodox bowler and earlier captained the Sri Lankan team in One Day International (ODI). 

Inoka made her ODI debut on April 25, 2012, against West Indies, where she bowled with an economy of 5.83. 

In 2016 and 2017, the Balapitiya-born cricketer won the Sri Lanka Cricket award for the Women's ODI Bowler of the Year. 

Later in October 2021, the 36-year-old was chosen for Sri Lanka's team for the 2021 Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament in Zimbabwe. In addition, she was named to Sri Lanka's squad for the 2022 Commonwealth Games Cricket Qualifier tournament in Malaysia in January 2022.

Inoka is the first Sri Lankan woman to take an ODI hat-trick. In an ODI against New Zealand in November 2015, she took three wickets from the last three balls of the innings and set a record. 

As of May 2022