Under 19: Sri Lanka squad for 4th One Day against Pakistan

Media Release The Junior National Selectors have named the following squad for the 4th One Day match to be played at SCC of the above tour; 1. Thanuka Dabare 2. Kavin Bandara 3. Kamindu Mendis 4. Sammu Ashan (Captain) 5. Avishka Fernando 6. Sachitha Jayathilaka 7. Visard Randika 8. Damitha Silva 9. Lahiru Samarakoon 10. Udith Madushanka 11. Nishan Peiris 12. Charith Asalanka 13. Lakshan Fernando 14. Dilshan Sandaruwan 15. Promod Maduwantha

Sobers-Tissera trophy entrance for all school cricketers & school boys for the Test match is Free

Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to invite all School Cricketers & School Boys to come and meet the Worlds Greatest All rounder Sir Garfield Sobers and support the Sri Lankan Team when they play their final test match in the ongoing West Indies Tour of Sri Lanka. Legendary Cricketer Sir Garfield Sobers and former National Captain Michael Tissera will be the Chief Guest at this Sobers – Tissera Trophy match. Entrance for all School Cricketers & School Boys will be free of charge for this special occasion. School Principles are requested to inform the school children to make use of this offer. School Cricketers & School Boys are requested to come in their respective school uniform to receive Free… Read More →

Under 19: Sri Lanka squad for the 3rd ODI against Pakistan

Media Release The Junior National Selectors have named the following squad for the 3rd One Day match to be played at NCC of the above tour; 1. Thanuka Dabare 2. Kavin Bandara 3. Charith Asalanka (Captain) 4. Shammu Ashan (Vice Captain) 5. Promod Maduwantha 6. Sachina Jayathilaka 7. Visard Randika 8. Damith Silva 9. Jehan Danial 10. Geethal Malinga 11. Lahiru Samarakoon 12. Ravin Sayer 13. Kamindu Mendis 14. Avishka Fernando 15. Dilshan Sandaruwan

Dialog Sri Lanka Cricket Awards 2015 – Awards Winners

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DIALOG Cricketer of the Year: Angelo Mathews DIALOG People’s Player of the year: Kumar Sangakkara Mens Test Cricket Awards Best Batsman: Angelo Mathews Best Bowler: Rangana Herath Mens ODI Awards Best Batsman: Angelo Mathews Best Bowler:Ajantha Mendis Best All Rounder: Angelo Mathews Mens T20s Awards Best Batsman: Kusal Janith Perera Best Bowler: Nuwan Kulasekara Mens Test Cricket Awards Best Batsman: Angelo Mathews Best Bowler: Rangana Herath Emerging Cricketer of the year: Kusal Janith Perera Special Awrads T.M. Dilshan Kumar Dharmasena Roshan Mahanama Media Personalities this Year S.R Pathiravithana Vernon Gunasekara Mangala Dharmaprema Best Batter Womens ODI Winner Chamarai Atapattu Best bowler Women’s ODI Winner Inoka Ranaweera Best All rounder Women’s ODI Winner Eshani Lokusooriya Emerging League Tournament 2014/15 Best Batsman… Read More →

Rangana Herath spins Sri Lanka to innings win

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Rangana Herath finished with ten wickets in the match as Sri Lanka eased to an innings and six runs victory over the West Indies, an hour and 15 minutes after lunch on the fourth day of the first Test in Galle on Saturday (October 17). Herath took 4 for 79 as the West Indies was bowled out for 227 all out in the second innings at the Galle International Stadium, finishing with match-figures of 10 for 147, the fifth time the left-arm spinner has taken 10 wickets in a match. Herath had taken 6 for 68 in the first innings with a dazzling display that forced the West Indies to follow on after being all out for 251. Sri Lanka… Read More →

Sir Garry Sobers to attend second Test

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By Sa’adi Thawfeeq The world’s greatest all-rounder the game has ever produced Sir Garfield Sobers will arrive in Sri Lanka on October 20 on the invitation of Sri Lanka Cricket. Sir Garry will be a guest of Sri Lanka Cricket during his one week stay here and will be a guest of honour at the second Test between Sri Lanka and West Indies to be played at the P Sara Oval from 22-26. The ongoing series is played for a trophy named after Sir Garry and Michael Tissera of Sri Lanka. These two cricketers were the rival captains when Sri Lanka played West Indies in an unofficial test match at the P Sara Oval in 1967. “We are honoured to have… Read More →

Under 19: Sri Lanka won the first youth one day match against Pakistan

Sri Lanka Under-19 team beat Pakistan Under-19 by 37 runs according to the D/L system in the first youth ODI match played at Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket stadium at Sooriyawewa yesterday. The match was stopped due to rain and the home side were declared winners on the D/L system. Sri Lanka Under-19: 239 in 49.4 overs (S Ashan 103, C Asalanka 65, S Gul 2/31) Pakistan Under-19: 92/4 in 29.3 overs (I Rafiq 39 n.o., J Daniel 2/8) (IR) Sri Lanka Under-19s innings (50 overs maximum) R B 4s 6s SR S Shanugeeth lbw b Arfan Liaqat 0 10 0 0 0.00 MSU Pereira st †Umair Masood b Hayatullah 15 39 1 0 38.46 WIA Fernando lbw b Sameen Gul… Read More →

Herath six puts Sri Lanka in control

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West Indies ends third day on 67 for 2 after following on, still trailing by 166 runs Herath six puts Sri Lanka in control – Cricket News Herath is just 15 short of becoming the third Sri Lanka bowler to take 300 Test wickets. Rangana Herath put Sri Lanka in control of the first Test against West Indies, with the Caribbean side ending the third day’s play on 67 for 2 after following on – still facing a deficit of 166 runs. Herath took 6 for 68 as West Indies’ first innings ended at 251 all out at the Galle International Stadium on Friday (October 16), after Sri Lanka had amassed 484. The left-arm spinner then dismissed Kraigg Brathwaite towards… Read More →

Herath rattles West Indies with late strikes

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Rangana Herath removed both openers cheaply to leave West Indies struggling at 66 for 2 at stumps on the second day of the first Test in Galle on Thursday (October 15), still 418 runs behind Sri Lanka’s 484 all out. After a record stand of 238 between Dimuth Karunaratne and Dinesh Chandimal, veteran left-arm spinner Herath dismissed Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope in quick succession, leaving West Indies with a mountain to climb. Herath, 37, has hinted that he may retire next year, but at the ground where in his last appearance he took a match-winning seven wickets against India, he will be key to Sri Lanka’s prospects of notching up another victory in a match that is likely to… Read More →