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Oshadi Ranasinghe

Team flagSL38 yrs
batting styleright-arm off-break Bowler
#31 Bowler in ODI
#44 All Rounder in ODI
#73 Bowler in T20I
#69 All Rounder in T20I
Career & Stats

Oshadi Ranasinghe Recent Form


SLW vs WIW, ODI0 (0) *
SLW vs SAW, ODI20 (27)
SLW vs INDW, T20I19 (26)
SLW vs ENGW, ODI6 (12)
SLW vs ENGW, ODI12 (24)
SLW vs ENGW, ODI9 (21)
SLW vs NZW, T20I18 (15)
SLW vs NZW, ODI8 (14)
SLW vs BANW, T20I8 (8) *
SLW vs BANW, ODI14 (29) *


SLW vs WIW, ODI2-14
SLW vs SAW, ODI0-43
SLW vs SAW, ODI1-45
SLW vs SAW, ODI2-42
SLW vs INDW, T20I0-11
SLW vs ENGW, ODI0-34
SLW vs ENGW, ODI1-30
SLW vs NZW, T20I0-30
SLW vs NZW, ODI1-22
SLW vs NZW, ODI3-68

Oshadi Ranasinghe Carrer Stats


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WC ODI1115.0030.001-300036.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
WI Women vs SL Women at Fatullah - November 24, 2011
T20I Debut
SL Women vs WI Women at Colombo (RPS) - March 01, 2013

Teams played for

Sri Lanka Women

About Oshadi Ranasinghe

NameOshadi Ranasinghe
Birth16 Mar 1986
Birth PlaceColombo
NationalitySri Lankan

Hailing from Colombo, Oshadi Udeshika Ranasinghe has been the rock of the Sri Lankan bowling attack for almost a decade. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Hailing from Colombo, Oshadi Udeshika Ranasinghe has been the rock of the Sri Lankan bowling attack for almost a decade. 

Oshadi wanted to serve the air force, but was inclined towards cricket and joined the Sri Lankan air force Sports Club Women.

The Lankan lioness' ODI debut was against the West Indies Women at Fatullah, in a high-intensity semi-final match of the 2011 ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier. She dented the Windies' top order with figures of 2/31 but wasn't enough to push the island nation into the final. 

The bowling-all-rounder made her T20I debut in her hometown in 2013, against West Indies. She is the fourth highest wicket-taker for Sri Lanka Women's in T20Is.

In 2019 at Potchefstroom, the Lankan #86 knocked some prominent South African giants in quick succession and ended with her best ODI figures of 3/41, the joy soon turned bittersweet when she got out hit-wicket, as Lanka fell short by 7 runs.

The southpaw is known to tonk the ball neatly lower down the order. England Women were victims of it in 2019 at Hambantota, her unbeaten 51, still stands as the highest ODI score by a female cricketer while batting at 9.

The 36-year-old cricketer featured in the Commonwealth Games at Birmingham and will be in action again during the 2022 Women's T20 Asia Cup.

As of September 2022