Sri Lanka Cricket is pleased to announce the following selection for the 3-day Warm up game against Australia at the P. Sara Stadium on the 18th – 20th of July. Selected Team for Practice 3 Day game against Australia Madawa Warnapura, Osanda Fernando, Manoj Sarathchandra (Wk), Asela Gunarathna, Shehan Jayasuriya, Milinda Siriwardana (C). Dasun Shanaka, Chathuranga Silva, Nisala Tharaka, Vimukthi Perera, Dilhara Fernando. STAND BYS: Lasith Embuldeniya, Chamika Karunarathna
Sri Lanka Youth Under 19 leaves for UK on a high after winning the inaugural Gamini Dissanayaka Challenge Trophy. President SLC advises the junior players on the country’s expectations, urges them to not forget their duty to their parents, their schools and the Nation. Sri Lanka’s youth Under 19 team departed for their tour of UK in the early hours of the morning, a few days after the victorious culmination of the inaugural Gamini Dissanayaka Challenge Trophy bilateral tournament between Sri Lana and South Africa. The Team was addressed by the President SLC, Hon. Thilanga Sumathipala, who advised them on the expectations that the nation has in them, urging them to develop a disciplined and professional approach in their game…. Read More →
Sri Lanka Vs. South Africa Youth tournament triumphants to carry away the Gamini Dissanayaka Challenge Trophy.LIVE Coverage on Chanel EYE and SLBC. Sri Lanka Cricket is pleased to announce that the Final Youth One Day game between Sri Lanka and South Africa to be played at the SSC tomorrow (13) will be telecast LIVE on Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporations Channel Eye. Furthermore, there will be ball-by-ball coverage of the match on SLBC. The bilateral tournament, which has been named in honour of the late Hon. Gamini Dissanayaka, is played between the two youth teams, carrying forward the vision and legacy of the great leader and proponent of youth focus in the development of cricket.
Disciplinary Committee find him guilty of misconduct per the SLC constitution and ICC CoC. SLC Issues an immediate suspension from playing all forms of cricket for 1 year. At a Disciplinary Inquiry conducted by the Disciplinary Committee of Sri Lanka Cricket on 16th June 2016 at SLC Headquarters, the Disciplinary Committee has found Kithuruwan Vithanage guilty of misconduct and in breach of ICC Code of Conduct clause(s) 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 The Disciplinary Committee was presented with written and oral evidence from witnesses to the incident in question and Vithanage was invited to present similar evidence in his defense. After a closed hearing, and in consideration of the evaluation of the evidence presented, the Disciplinary Committee has recommended an immediate suspension,… Read More →
Jos Buttler’s unbeaten 73 helped England trounce Sri Lanka by eight wickets in the one-off T20 International in Southampton on Tuesday (July 5). Promoted to open the innings, Buttler gave Sri Lanka’s attack the runaround with four sixes and three fours in a 49-ball innings – his highest ever T20 score. Liam Dawson, the debutant left-arm spinner, took 3 for 27, and Chris Jordan returned 3 for 29 as Sri Lanka was bundled out for 140 after opting to bat. Buttler shared a fluent unbroken 114-run third-wicket partnership with Eoin Morgan, who shrugged off a dislocated finger to score 47 not out, as England got to the target in 17.3 overs. The defeat completed a disappointing tour for Sri Lanka,… Read More →
Joe Root (93 of 106 balls) and Jos Buttler (70 off 45 balls) starred in England’s rousing 122-run victory over Sri Lanka in the fifth and final One-Day International in Cardiff on Saturday (July 2). The duo’s 109-run partnership for the fifth wicket helped the home side make 324 for 7. It was a total that proved beyond Sri Lanka’s reach as it was bowled out for 202 with more than 7.2 overs to spare. The result meant England achieved a 3-0 series win, with one tie and one no result. A green-tinged pitch convinced Angelo Mathews, the Sri Lanka captain, to bowl first after winning the toss. Jason Roy, who won the Man of the Series for his two… Read More →
ICC Media Release The 2016 ICC Annual Conference concluded on Saturday in Edinburgh with the ICC, IDI and IBC Board meetings, which were held under the chairmanship of Mr Shashank Manohar. Among the discussions held, decisions made and reports received were: Significant progress made in the ongoing review of the ICC’s governance structure The Board noted with satisfaction that significant and positive progress had been made by the working group established to oversee a complete review of the 2014 resolutions and constitutional changes. The Board was informed that a draft of a new constitution will be prepared in the coming weeks for consideration by the Board at its October meetings. ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar said: “We have undertaken the responsibility… Read More →
Jason Roy’s magnificent 162 off 118 balls, with 13 fours and three sixes, helped England canter to a six-wicket win on the Duckworth-Lewis method in the fourth One-Day International at The Oval against Sri Lanka and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the five-match series on Wednesday (June 29). The opener batted like a man possessed as he hammered the second highest individual one-day score by an England batsman. The match was reduced to 42-overs-per-side due to rain, but the gloom of the South London skies was lifted by Roy’s strokeplay. His second hundred in three ODIs helped England hunt down the revised victory target of 308 in just 40.1 overs. It was the home side’s second highest successful one-day… Read More →