Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce that at the meeting held today it was decided to shortlist 2 candidates for the above post which included Marvan Attapattu. The Committee had a discussion with Marvan Attapattu and will discuss with the other candidate during the course of the day and the final decision will be conveyed to the ExCo for their ratification tomorrow.
Sri Lanka Air Force SC Women’s ‘A’ team pulled off a 3-wicket win over Sri Lanka Army Women’s A team in the SLC conducted Division II 40-over tournament final played at MCA Grounds, Colombo 7 today. Brief Score: Army SC “A” – 120 for 9 in 40 overs (Kirishanthi Sandamali 20 runs, Shakila Kumari 3 for 21, Harshani Maduwanthi 3 for 24) v Air Force SC “A” – 124 for 7 in 36.1 overs (Dharshani Dharmasiri 29, Saduni Abeyawickrema 26, Prabashini Ihalage 2 for 10 runs) Air Force SC “A” won by 03 wickets Full Scorecard
Media Release SLC Executive Committee Decisions Kithuruwan Vithanage: Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to inform that Kithuruwan Vithanage was given a 1 year suspended sentence for breaching the player code of conduct during the 1st Test Match against Pakistan in August 2014. He was also fined the total match fee for his misdeed. Disbursement of Funds: It was decided to release funds to stakeholders in order to commence cricket development work of their respective clubs/ associations as per the allocations decided. This was according to the proposals received by the NDC.
Media Release Sri Lanka Under 19 Squad for Australia Under 19 Tour of Sri Lanka 2014 - From 21st September to 10th October 2014 1) Chamika Karunaratne (Captain) – Royal College 2) Charith Asanka (Vice Captain) – Richmond College 3) Pathum Madusanka - St. Joseph College 4) Lasith Lakshan – St. Thomas –Matara 5) Deneth Temodya – St. Peters College 6) Rashmika Opatha – St. Thomas – Mt Lavinia 7) Himasha Liyanage – Dharmapala Vidyalaya 8) Avishka Fernando – St. Sebastian College 9) Kamindu Mendis – Richmond College 10) Kaveen Bandara – D S Senanayake College 11) Pasindu Isira – Air Force SC 12) Tiran Dhanapala - Royal College 13) Shamme Ashan - Ananda College 14) Akil Inham – D S Senanayake College 15) Sahan Arachchige – Ananda College 16) Keshan Wijeratne - Maliyadeva College 17) Asitha Fernando - St. Sebasitian – Katuneriya 18) Lahiru Kumara… Read More →
Media Release At a selection meeting held the Sri Lanka Women’s National Selector’s have selected the following squad for the South Africa Women’s tour of Sri Lanka 2014. Chamari Athapattu (Captain) Shashikala Siriwardhane Eshani Lokusuriya Yashoda Mendis Sripali Weerakkody Udeshika Prabodini Maduri Samuddika Lasanthi Madushani Inoshi Fernando Chandima Guneratne Inoka Ranaweera Anushka Sanjeewani Nilakshi Silva Chamari Plogampola Dilani Manodara Hashini Perera Prashdini Weerakkody Ama Kanchana Imalka Mendis Poojani Liyanage Sanduni Abeywickrama Achini Kulasuriya
Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce that T.M. Sampath has been selected to replace T.M. Dilshan in the Champions League Twenty20. T.M. Sampath was a squad member of the Southern Express Team. Southern Express play Northern Districts (13th September), Mumbai Indians (14th September) and Lahore Lions (16th September) as they bid to join the main event.
Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce that T.M. Dilshan has been excused from taking part in the Champions League T20 due to a family commitment. T.M. Dilshan was a member of the Southern Express Team. Southern Express Team will participate in the tournament without a replacement for the moment.
Media Release At a Selection Committee Meeting held on 9th September 2014 the National Selectors nominated the below players for the squad for the West Indies “A” team’s tour of Sri Lanka. Kusal Perera Upul Tharanga Dimuth Karunaratne Dhanushka Gunathilaka Dinesh Chandimal Lahiru Thirimanne Ashan Priyanjana Kithuruwan Vithanage Niroshan Dickwella Bhanuka Rajapaksha Madhawa Warnapura Roshen Silva Shehan Jayasooriya Romesh Buddhika Sachith Pathirana Chathuranga De Silva Seekkuge Prasanna Suraj Randiv P A D L R Sedara P H T Kaushal Malinga Pushpakumara Shaminda Eranga Lahiru Gamage Dushmantha Chameera Nuwan Pradeep Binura Fernando Vishva Fernando Anuk Fernando Farveez Maharoof Kasun Madushanka Akila Dhananjaya Ramith Rambukwella
DIALOG Cricketer of the Year 2014 Winner: Angelo Mathews Nominations: Kumar Sangakkara, Rangana Herath DIALOG People’s Player of the Year 2014 Kumar Sangakkara Mens T20Is Awards Best Batsman Winner: Kushal Janith Perera Nominations: Mahela Jayawardene, Tissara Perera Best Bowler Winner: Lasith Malinga Nominations: Nuwan Kulasekara, Rangana Herath Mens ODI Awards Best Batsman Winner: Angelo Mathews Nominations: Kumar Sangakkara, Lahiru Thirimanna Best Bowler Winner: Lasith Malinga Nominations: Ajantha Mendis, Sachithra Senanayake Best All-rounder ODI Winner: Angelo Mathews Nominations: T M Dilshan, Tissara Perera Emerging Cricketer of the Year Niroshan Dickwella Mens TEST Awards Best Batsman Winner: Kumar Sangakkara & Angelo Mathews Nomination s: Mahela Jayawardene, Kaushal Silva Best Bowler Winner: Rangana Herath Nominations: Dilruwan Perera, Shaminda Eranga Womens ODI Awards Best… Read More →
Media Release The Executive Committee of Sri Lanka Cricket at its meeting held yesterday (01st September 2014) made the following decisions. Executive Committee Decisions: ExCo decided to fill the vacancies of the Coaching department due to the recent vacuum that was created with experienced and qualified persons at the earliest. National Head Coach: ExCo appointed an 8 member committee to evaluate and short list the applicants and to nominate the appropriate candidate for the vacant positions. The committee comprises of Mr. Asanga Seneviratne, Mohan De Silva, Nishantha Ranatunga, Hirantha Perera, Nuski Mohamed, Sanath Jayasuriya, Jayananda Warnaweera, Shammi Silva, Dushan Soyza, Ranjit Fernando, and Head of Coaching Jerome Jayaratne. SLC has received 17 applications for the post of National Coach – 01 local and 16 foreign, 17 applications for the… Read More →
Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce the Refund procedure for the tickets purchased for the 2nd ODI which was to be played in Colombo on the 27th of August 2014. Refunds will take place from the 2nd of September 2014 to the 10th of September 2014 from 10 am to 3.30 pm at the SLC head office, 35, Maitland Place, Colombo 7. It is compulsory for the Ticket holders to produce the original ticket purchased in order to receive the refund. Tickets purchased through the Internet will be refunded to the same Credit Card used for the purchase. however the ticket holders who have collected the original tickets should produce the original tickets issued for the Internet purchase… Read More →
Thisara Perera produced a superb spell of right-arm medium pace bowling, while Tillakaratne Dilshan hit an unbeaten half-century, as Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by seven wickets in the deciding third and final One-Day International to clinch the series 2-1in Dambulla on Saturday (August 30). Perera returned figures of 4 for 34 in eight overs, and was instrumental in the home side ensuring Pakistan was bundled out for only 102, its lowest total in Sri Lanka. A brief rain interruption when Pakistan was 81 for 8 meant the match was reduced to 48-overs-a-side. Sri Lanka was set a revised target of 101, and chased it down in just 18.2 overs. Dhammika Prasad did the initial damage for Sri Lanka, removing Ahmed… Read More →
Media Release The National Selectors of Sri Lanka Cricket on Wednesday named an unchanged 15-man squad for the third and final One-Day International against Pakistan in Dambulla on Saturday (August 30). Angelo Mathews – Captain T.M Dilshan Upul Tharanga Kumar Sangakkara Mahela Jayawardena Dinesh Chandimal Ashan Priyanjana Lahiru Thirimanne – Vice Captain Lasith Malinga Nuwan Kulasekara Dhammika Prasad Rangana Herath Seekuge Prasanna Suraj Randev Thisara Perera This has been approved by the Hon.Minister of Sports.
Thisara Perera’s fine allround show, a 36-ball 65 and 3 for 19, helped Sri Lanka trounce Pakistan by 77 runs in the second One-Day International in Hambantota on Tuesday (August 26) to level the three-match series 1-1. Electing to bat first, Sri Lanka was reduced to 194 for 6 but recovered well to post 310 for 9 in its 50 overs, before it bowled Pakistan out for 233 all out in 43.5 overs. Pakistan lost Sharjeel Khan (11) early but Ahmed Shehzad (56) and Mohammad Hafeez (62) added 96 for the second wicket to lift the team to 114 for 1. However, Pakistan lost its nine wickets for 119 runs from there on. Hafeez, who struck 11 boundaries, was dismissed by Seekkuge… Read More →