Sri Lankan Women’s team is currently touring Australia for a bilateral series. In the first T20I, Australia have batted first and scored 217 runs with the loss of 4 wickets. Beth Mooney has scored a century for Australia. Sri Lanka women’s has failed to chase down the target, and they have scored 176 runs in the 20 overs, and Australia won the match by 41 runs. In this match, Chamari Athapaththu becomes the first Sri Lankan women cricketer to score a T20 century. During this match, Sri Lankan player Udeshika Prabodhani attempts to Mankad.
During the 12th over of Australia’s Inning, Beth Mooney was trying to cross the line before bowler bowled the delivery. So, Udeshika Prabodhani attempts to Mankad Beth Mooney, but she failed to get out him by Mankad.
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Australian Captain Meg Lanning before the start of this series, “We’ve spoken about it as a team, about dominating world cricket and putting a gap between opposition teams,” said Lanning.
“That is not an easy thing to do, because there is some world-class teams out there, but we feel like we’ve got the chance to do that,” she added.
“It was one of my slower hundreds, but that’s what the conditions required, and to be able to bat with Midge [Healy], who was going along a bit quicker, took the pressure off a bit,” she said. “It never felt like you were in, but Midge and I spoke about working through the tough periods.
“I was able to absorb some pressure and then attack when I needed to, so it was a pleasing effort in some hot conditions. I was certainly struggling towards the back end there.”
“It was a bit of luck, more than anything,” she said. “But it was nice that it stuck. It’s nice to be able to dive and not have to worry about the landing. My shoulder is good and has been for a while now, so it’s nice to be able to act on instinct.”