All You Need to know about Women’s U19 Tri-Nation Series between Australia, England and Sri Lanka

The stage is set for an exhilarating showcase of young talent as the Women’s U19 Tri-Nation Series is slated to commence on March 28 at the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium in Hambantota, Sri Lanka. Organized by Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), the tournament will feature powerhouse teams Australia and England alongside the hosts, Sri Lanka, in a thrilling competition that encompasses both T20 and One-Day formats.

All You Need to know about Women's U19 Tri-Nation Series between Australia, England and Sri Lanka
All You Need to know about Women’s U19 Tri-Nation Series between Australia, England and Sri Lanka

Format: Women’s U19 Tri-Nation Series

While the T20 matches are scheduled to take place at the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, the One-Day encounters will unfold at the Galle International Cricket Stadium, adding diversity to the playing venues. With each team set to play four T20 contests and two 50-over encounters, the series promises a dynamic display of cricketing prowess. The tournament will culminate on April 9, with the winner determined by accumulated points based on victories across both formats.

The Women’s U19 Tri-Nation Series not only serves as a platform for intense competition but also offers a valuable opportunity for players from all three nations to hone their skills ahead of the 2025 ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup scheduled in Malaysia next year. As anticipation mounts, Australia has announced a formidable 15-member squad for the series, while Sri Lanka is gearing up with a 16-member squad led by Manudi Nanayakkara, with Rashmika Sewwandi serving as her deputy.

The series schedule is packed with exciting matchups, beginning with Sri Lanka facing off against Australia in the T20 opener on March 28, followed by clashes between Australia and England, and Sri Lanka and England. The competition intensifies as the teams transition to the One-Day format, with each encounter promising gripping cricketing action.

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Match Timings: Women’s U19 Tri-Nation Series

The live match timings, listed as per Indian Standard Time (IST), ensure fans across the globe can tune in to witness the thrilling encounters unfold. With matches scheduled throughout the week, cricket enthusiasts can look forward to an immersive experience as the young talents battle it out on the field.

As the countdown begins, anticipation is high for a riveting display of skill, determination, and sportsmanship in the Women’s U19 Tri-Nation Series. With each team vying for supremacy, the stage is set for an enthralling journey that promises to captivate cricket fans worldwide.

Women’s U19 Tri-Nation Series Squad:

Sri Lanka U19 Women’s Cricket Team

Manudi Nanayakkara, Rashmika Sewwandi , Sanjana Kavindi, Vimoksha Balasuriya, Shashini Gimhani, Rismi Sanjana, Dewmi Vihanga, Sumudu Nisansala, Rashmi Nethranjali, Dahami Sanethma, Vishmi Savindi, Ashani Kaushalya, Yasanthi Nimanthika, Nethmi Senarathna, Hiruni Hansika, Chamodi Praboda

Australia U19 Women’s Cricket Team

Amy Hunter, Amy Smith, Bonnie Berry, Eleanor Larosa, Grace Lyons, Hasrat Gill, Ines McKeon, Juliette Morton, Kate Pelle, Lucy Finn, Lucy Hamilton, Maggie Clark, Samara Dulvin, Sienna Eve, Tegan Williamson

England U19 Women’s Cricket Team

Tilly Corteen-Coleman, Jodi Grewock, Josie Groves, Katie Jones, Charlotte Lambert, Ava Lee, Abi Norgrove, Charis Pavely, Davina Perrin, Sophia Smale, Alexa Stonehouse, Amuruthaa Surenkumar, Mary Taylor, Erin Taylor, Maddie Ward

Schedule:  Women’s U19 Tri-Nation Series



March 28

Sri Lanka vs Australia

March 29

Australia vs England

March 30

Sri Lanka vs England

April 1

Sri Lanka vs Australia

April 2

Australia vs England

April 3

Sri Lanka vs England

April 5

Sri Lanka vs Australia

April 7

Australia vs England

April 9

Sri Lanka vs England

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Live Streaming Details: Women’s U19 Tri-Nation Series

The live broadcast of the Tri-Nation Tournament including Sri Lanka, Australia, and England will be available on Channel Eye of SLRC (Sri Lanka) and the Sri Lanka Cricket Youtube Channel starting tomorrow. (Global)

Entry to Stadium: Women’s U19 Tri-Nation Series

The gates at the MRICS (Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium) in Hambantota will be kept open for the public to enter the grounds and witness the games throughout the tournament. This decision not only promotes inclusivity but also enhances the overall experience for cricket enthusiasts and fans. Providing access to the public fosters a sense of community engagement and support for the sport, which is essential for its growth and popularity. It’s a positive step towards making cricket more accessible and enjoyable for everyone involved.

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