Rasanjali Silva

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Sendapperuma Archchige Rasanjali Chandima de Alwis[1] (née Silva; born 26 November 1971) is a Sri Lankan cricketer who played one women's test match and 22 women's one-day internationals including the 1997 Women's Cricket World Cup in India and the 2000 Women's Cricket World Cup in New Zealand.[2] Silva later married Sri Lankan Wicket Keeper Guy de Alwis.[3] They are one of only three married couples along with and the English Roger Prideaux and Ruth Prideaux (née Westbrook) and the Australians Mitchell Starc and Alyssa Starc (née Healy)[4] to have both played Test cricket.