Matches (13)
WC Warm-up (3)
County DIV1 (5)
County DIV2 (4)
Marsh Cup (1)

Full Name

Lisa Carprini Sthalekar


August 13, 1979, Poona (now Pune), Maharashtra, India


44y 47d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Offbreak

A flamboyant all-rounder, Sthalekar is a hard hitting batsman and bowls offspin. Born in India, she plays for New South Wales and scored her maiden Test hundred against England in 2003. She also averages under twenty with the ball in Test cricket. Sthalekar has enjoyed a satisfying run of form in recent times, including a half-century against India in the 2006 Test at the Adelaide Oval where she also took her career-best, 5 for 30, in the second innings as Australia won by an innings and four runs. In the 2006-07 season she guided the New South Wales Breakers to their ninth Women's National Cricket League title in 11 years scoring 83 in the final. In February 2007, Sthalekar, now the vice-captain of Australia, won the Women's International Cricketer of the Year for Australia, edging out Karen Rolton, the captain, by one vote. And she was up for a further honour, too, being shortlisted for the ICC Women's Player of the Year in 2007, which was won in its first year, by Rolton.
Cricinfo Staff September 2007

Lisa Sthalekar Career Stats

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Recent Matches of Lisa Sthalekar

Sixers vs Renegades--0/2320-Jan-2017SydneyWT20
Sixers vs Thunder5*2/1914-Jan-2017SydneyWT20
Sixers vs Hurricanes--0/713-Jan-2017SydneyWT20
Sixers vs Scorchers--0/509-Jan-2017SydneyWT20
Sixers vs Strikers--3/1203-Jan-2017AdelaideWT20

Photos of Lisa Sthalekar

FICA president Lisa Sthalekar attends a press conference in Dhaka
Match referee Shandre Fritz hands over the coin to Sophie Devine as Heather Knight, Lisa Sthalekar watch
Lisa Sthalekar interviews Alex Blackwell ahead of a WBBL match
Lisa Sthalekar attempts to take a catch
Lisa Sthalekar talks to the media
James Sutherland, Cricket Australia's CEO, and Ian Narev,  CEO of Commonwealth Bank, pose with Ellyse Perry, Meg Lanning and Lisa Sthalekar and the captains of Australia's three National Disability teams, Gavan Hicks (ID), Lindsay Heaven (Blind) and Kym Daley (Deaf)