|NAJ George||39y 265d||WI Women||v Neth Women||Deventer||6 Jul 2008||Women's T20I # 15|
|CM Edwards||35y 69d||Eng Women||v NZ Women||Lincoln||24 Feb 2015||Women's T20I # 300|
|BJ Clark||34y 357d||Aus Women||v Eng Women||Taunton||2 Sep 2005||Women's T20I # 2|
|A Chopra||34y 308d||India Women||v Aus Women||Visakhapatnam||23 Mar 2012||Women's T20I # 143|
|KL Rolton||34y 210d||Aus Women||v Eng Women||The Oval||19 Jun 2009||Women's T20I # 41|
|MAM Lewis||34y 46d||NZ Women||v Eng Women||Hove||5 Aug 2004||Women's T20I # 1|
Age is shown as at the end of the player's final match as captain
Records include the following recent matches:
Sri Lanka Women v West Indies Women at Colombo (RPS), 3rd T20I, May 26, 2015 [Women T20I # 306]
Sri Lanka Women v West Indies Women at Colombo (RPS), 2nd T20I, May 25, 2015 [Women T20I # 305]
Sri Lanka Women v West Indies Women at Colombo (RPS), 1st T20I, May 23, 2015 [Women T20I # 304]
Did you know?
When England's Wilfred Rhodes and Bert Strudwick shared a 10th-wicket stand of 14 against Australia at The Oval in 1926, they became the oldest pair (collective age) to bat together in Test history. Rhodes was 48 years old at the time while Strudwick was 46, making their collective age 94 years.
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