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Kavisha Dilhari

Team flagSL23 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
#52 Batter in ODI
#48 Bowler in ODI
#25 All Rounder in ODI
#29 Bowler in T20I
#33 All Rounder in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Kavisha Dilhari Recent Form

Batting

SLW vs SAW, ODI0 (2)
SLW vs SAW, ODI42 (41)
SLW vs SAW, T20I1 (3)
SLW vs SAW, T20I45 (28) *
SLW vs SAW, T20I13 (9)
SLW vs INDW, T20I5 (8)
SLW vs ENGW, ODI1 (2)
SLW vs ENGW, ODI0 (6)
SLW vs ENGW, ODI9 (17)
SLW vs NZW, T20I0 (2)
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Bowling

SLW vs SAW, ODI2-47
SLW vs SAW, ODI0-47
SLW vs SAW, ODI2-47
SLW vs SAW, T20I1-22
SLW vs SAW, T20I1-22
SLW vs SAW, T20I0-28
SLW vs INDW, T20I0-7
SLW vs PAKW, T20I2-15
SLW vs THAW, T20I1-14
SLW vs ENGW, ODI3-42
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Kavisha Dilhari Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI2118375018479.4526.79322----
T20I4733278004794.2411.58270----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI2119154.9141.073/421050.13----
T20I4745316.5526.262/70024.06----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
PAK Women vs SL Women at Dambulla - March 20, 2018
T20I Debut
IND Women vs SL Women at Katunayake - September 19, 2018

Teams played for

Sri Lanka Women

About Kavisha Dilhari

NameKavisha Dilhari
GenderFemale
Birth24 Jan 2001
Birth PlaceRathgama, Sri Lanka
Height6 ft 0 in
NationalitySri Lankan

A teenage prodigy who has done well at domestic cricket, Dilhari is a spin bowling all-rounder who made her international debut in 2018.... continue reading

Player Bio

A teenage prodigy who has done well at domestic cricket, Dilhari is a spin bowling all-rounder who made her international debut in 2018.

A wily off-spinner, Dilhari has been applauded by Chamari Athapaththu as the future of Sri Lankan cricket. 

She first came to prominence in the 2015 SLC Under-19 inter-school tournament. In the semi-finals, the off-spinner grabbed three wickets and helped her team reach the finals.

An admirer of Nathan Lyon, Dilhari finally made her international debut in the ODI series against Pakistan in 2018. In her debut match, Dilhari bowled three overs and went wicketless as Pakistan won the match by 69 runs.

In the same year, she was named in the T20I squad to face India in their own backyard.

Dilhari sustained a stress fracture in March 2019 and was sidelined for the majority of the year. 

She made a strong comeback in the Asian Cricket Council Women’s Emerging Team’s Cup and finished the tournament as Sri Lanka’s leading wicket-taker.

A street smart cricketer, Dilhari is touted by many as the future of Sri Lankan cricket. In the short amount of time, she has cemented her place in the national squad and her calm and composed nature especially during crunch situations has garnered praise from the cricketing fraternities.

(As of April 2021)