The ICC World T20 Trophy displayed at SLC Headquarters (SSC Grounds) today during its global tour. Number of School children were also participated to the event to get pictures with the Trophy.
The ICC World T20 Trophy displayed at the Galle Face Green on January 17th for the general public to view and take pictures with the Trophy.
Sri Lanka Cricket is pleased to announce the arrival of the World Twenty20 Trophy in Colombo. The trophy will be officially received tomorrow, 16th January 2016 at 6.30 pm at the Race Course Ground in Colombo 7. Mr. Raymond Palmer, of the International Cricket Council (ICC) will present the Trophy to the Minister of Sports, Hon. Dayasiri Jayasekara and President of SLC, Hon. Thilanga Sumathipala. Cricket fans are invited to the Race Course Ground to be a part of the celebration that has been organised by Sri Lanka Cricket. The current World Tewnty20 Champions Sri Lanka Team member too will be present at this occasion. On January 17th the Trophy will be displayed at the Galle Face Green for the… Read More →
The Sri Lanka Under-19 team led by Charith Asalanka left the island for the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup to be held in Bangladesh in the early hours of Friday (15). The tournament will begin on January 27 and will come to an end on February 14 with the fina
Media Release The ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 trophy will touch down on Sri Lankan shores on 16th January for a three-day stop en route to its global journey spanning 12 countries. The trophy travels through all T20 playing nations, before it returns to India, where the tournament gets underway from 8th March to 3rd April 2016. Sponsored by Nissan, the trophy tour of Sri Lanka will provide ample opportunities for local cricket fans to glimpse the coveted prize, especially significant since defending champions Sri Lanka are without doubt strong contenders at No. 3 in the current T20 team rankings. President of the Sri Lanka Cricket, Hon. Thilanga Sumathipala said “Sri Lanka is privileged to play host to the ICC… Read More →
Media Release A Dinner hosted by Sri Lanka Cricket President Hon. Thilanga Sumathipala for the Sri Lanka Under 19 World Cup team and their parents was held yesterday at Hilton Colombo Residences. This was the 1st time that a junior team was hosted prior to a tour. Minister of Sports Hon. Dayasiri Jayasekara too was present to speak to the team and wish them well for a successful tour in the forthcoming Under19 World Cup. Legendary Cricketer Aravinda de Silva who was invited by Hon. Thilanga Sumathipala to speak to the youngsters on his experience in his cricketing career, advised the boys how to handle pressure, on the importance of fitness and mental attitudes on the field. He shared with the… Read More →
Sri Lanka Cricket Under 19 Team for the World Cup 2016 was introduced to the Hon Sports Minister Dayasiri Jayasekara today at the Sports Ministry. President of Sri Lanka Cricket Hon. Thilanga Sumathipala, Jayantha Dharmadasa Vice President and Ashley De Silva CEO of Sri Lanka Cricket too were present at this occasion.
President of Sri Lanka Cricket Hon. Thilanga Sumathipala was present at the Airport to welcome the SL National Cricket Team returning from New Zealand.
Sri Lanka Under 19 World Cup team given a training in playing conditions and how to face the media during the ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup 2016 tournament
New Zealand sped to a nine-wicket victory in the second Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka in Auckland on Sunday (January 10) after a whirlwind batting display from Martin Guptill and Colin Munro. Munro brought up the winning runs with a six to remain unbeaten on 50 from 14 balls, the second fastest T20I half-century behind Yuvraj Singh’s 12-ball spree against England in 2007. Munro’s blitz also meant that the New Zealand record for the fastest T20I fifty, set by Guptill, who took 19 balls to get there at the top of the innings, lasted only 20 minutes. Guptill was the only wicket to fall, out for 63 off 25 balls with six fours and five sixes, while Munro clouted seven sixes… Read More →
Sri Lanka has to win the second and last Twenty20 International against New Zealand at Eden Park in Auckland on Sunday (January 10) to not only level the series, but also ensure that it holds on to the No.1 ranking in the format, failing which it will slip to third behind West Indies and Australia. That Sri Lanka lost the first game was largely because of a superb bowling display by Matt Henry and Trent Boult, both of whom picked up three wickets each. Chasing 183, Sri Lanka needed 35 runs in the last four overs with four wickets in hand. Milinda Siriwardana was hitting the ball well and had raced off to 42 in 29 balls. That is when… Read More →