Girls in Cricket
The CLF empowers girls in Cricket by equipping them with the skills they need to break down barriers on and off the pitch. In 2016, Mark Coles - Pakistan Girls National Team Coach, implemented the Girls Cricket Programme at CLF. The programme also received generous support by Sally Hansen & David Hansen- from New Zealand. In a country where only a handful of girls schools get the opportunity to play hardball cricket, CLF currently supports young girls from 5 Schools from disadvantaged communities giving them the opportunity to play hardball Cricket.
Chamodi did not know much about Cricket when she joined the Cricket Live Foundation. The decision would change her life & drive her to become the player of the series at the CLF Girls Cricket Tournament in 2020. Her exemplary batting and bowling skills was recently recognised by Shashikala Siriwardana, the Former National Captain of the Sri Lankan Women's Cricket team.
The Rainbow Cricket Team
The CLF supports inclusive sports in many ways. The Rainbow Team at MJF Centre in Moratuwa welcomes children and youth with different disabilities. Every week, they are trained and coached in basic Cricket, enabling them to perform as teams in school-level cricket tournaments to the best of their abilities.