Squad for the U/19 Team – Practice Match

Andre Berenjer           (captain) Shehan Kamaleen Gayan Manishan Hiran Wickramasinghe Adisha Nanayakkara Angelo Jayasinghe Chathuranga Kumara Dinuk Jayasinghe Dasun Shanaka Amila Aponso Akila Jayasundara Adel Riyal Officials M. Devaraj                                          – Manager Aravinda de Silva                            – Consultant Naweed Nawaz                                  – Coach Priyantha Wickramasinghe          – Physiotherapist Dharshan Weerasinghe                  – Trainer Upul Chandana                                  – Fielding Coach Thosvin Jayatissa                            – Computer Analyst Nihal Fernando                                 – School Representative Brian Thomas Media Manager

Selection Committee for Women’s Cricket Announced

The Hon. Minister of Sports & Public Recreation, under regulation No.17 made under the sports Law No. 25 of 1973 and published in Gazette Extra – Ordinary No.110/3 of 07/05/1974 and amended thereafter, has appointed the following as the members of selection committee for Sri Lanka Women’s Cricket up to 30/04/2010. 1. Mr. Gulam Razick    – Chairman Ø  Captain Zahira college 1st eleven in 1963- 1964 Ø  Played first class cricket for Moors for 25 yrs. Ø  Captain Moors in first class cricket Ø  Won the inaugural single wicket cricket tournament in 1965.Beating P.I.Peiris of SSC in the finals Ø  Represented Ceylon in the Gopalan Trophy from 1966,1967 and 1969 as an all-rounder. Ø  Ceylon Test cap in 1969 against… Read More →

Distribution of Cricket Balls and Equipment for Forthcoming Under 19 Season

Mr. D.S. De Silva , Chairman, Sri Lanka Cricket, who undertook the reasonability of improving the schools infrastructure under the directive of His Excellency the President, will continue to support the much needed development in the schools arena. Mr. D.S. De Silva, together with the members of the Schools Cricket Association will be in Trincomalee to distribute cricket equipment and cricket balls to 30 schools who are preparing for the forthcoming under 19 schools season Schools from Trincomalee, Vavuniya and Mannar will be the recipients. Sri Lanka Cricket will also distribute certificates to umpires and coaches in the above mentioned districts, who succeeded in the recently held examination and are now qualified to officiate as umpires and coaches.

Sri Lanka-India 2nd Test updates…

Sri Lanka decided to play 3 spinners at Kanpur, and kept faith in Angelo Mathews to Share the new ball with Chanaka welegedara for the injured Dhamika Prasad. The spin trio in pursuit for the Lankans are Muralitheran, Mendis and Herath. The Indians on the other hand replaced Pragyan Ojah the left arm spinner, for Amit Mishra, while Kerala lad Sreesanth replaced the out of form Ishant Sharma…

Tier “B” Premier Limited over Finals

The National Premier Tier “B” Limited over Tournament 2009 finals between Panadura SC and Seeduwa Rcc will be played at the SSC on 25th November at 10 a.m. We append below a brief summary of both teams performance in the lead up to the finals. Premier Limited Over Tier B – Final Panadura SC vs Seeduwa RCC on 25th November 2009 at SSC Panadura SC - 9 match, 8 won, 1 lost, 39 pts, +1.319 NR Seeduwa RCC -  9 match, 7 won, 1 lost, 1 Tied, 34 pts,  +0.834 NR. We would greatly appreciate your presence and your publicity in promoting the 2009 finals. Brian Thomas Media Manager Sri Lanka Cricket

Sri Lanka Development Squad, Dominate at Canterbury

Dilshan Munaweera led the run chase yet again for Sri Lanka Development squad in their limited over encounter against Canterbury in New Zealand last week. Former test and one day star Chris Harris made 76 to help the hosts score 242 runs in their allotted 50 overs. Sri Lanka development squad with the aid of Sachith Pathirana who did well with an all round performance claimed 3 for 54, and scored an  unbeaten 46 to help the visitors secure their third one day win by  4 wickets  with 7 over’s to spare. Canterbury XI 242 in 50 overs. Chris Harries 76 Sachith Pathirana 3 for 54 Thisara Perera 2 for 44. Sri Lanka 243 for 6 in 43 overs. Dilshan Munaweera… Read More →