Sri Lanka Cricket in association with Carlton Sports Network the premier sports channel has made arrangements to conduct a Workshop / Seminar on Biomechanical Application of techniques in Cricket, to qualified coaches presently involved in active coaching.
Mahindra Sri Lanka Premier League to kick off on August 11, 2012 Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. (M&M Ltd.), India’s leading SUV manufacturer has partnered with the Sri Lanka Premier League (SLPL), a cricket league, as their Title Sponsors. The prestigious League kicks off from August 11 and will be played over three weeks at two venues – Colombo and Kandy. The inaugural edition of this League will feature seven provincial teams in a round-robin league format, with the winners having the distinction of playing in the Champions League Twenty20 (CLT20) as one of the teams in the qualifiers. Upali Dharmadasa, President of Sri Lanka Cricket said: “Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) is proud and honoured to have on board, one of… Read More →
ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012
The Sri Lanka side has been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during its 20 runs defeat against India in the fifth and final ODI in Pallekele on Saturday.
The third LG People’s Choice Award this year sees two former winners nominated alongside three other international cricketing stars in a bid to win the only award voted for by the public at the annual LG ICC Awards.
I think we have got some great players. Whoever makes that the final squad will be the best available players to make up the combination to help us win the ICC World Twenty20. Knowing our conditions, playing at home is going to be an added buzz and an added inspiration,” says Sangakkara
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and the India team have been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during its 21-run victory against Sri Lanka in the first One Day International held in Hambantota on Saturday (21 July).
Virat Kohli cracked his third consecutive century against Sri Lanka to lead India to a comfortable 21-run win in the first one-day international on Saturday.
At a Selection Committee meeting, the following squad of 30 players were selected to represent Sri Lanka in the T20 World Cup Tournament to be held in Sri Lanka. Mahela jayawardana (Capt) T.M Dilshan Kumar Sangakkara Dinesh Chandimal Anjelo Mathews Lahiru Thirimanne Nuwan kulaseara Thisara Perera Kaushal Lokuarachchi Sachithra Senanayake Lasith malinga Chamara Kapugedara Upul Tharanga Isuru Udana Rangana Hetath Jeevan Mendis Shaminda Eranda Ajantha Mendis Suraj Randiv Dhammika Prasad Kusal Janith Jehan Mubarak Farveez Maharoof Thilina Kandammby Chamara Silva Dilruwan perera Kosala Kulasekara Prassanna Jayawardane Nuwan Pradeep Akila Dhananjaya
Tamils and Air force takes the lead
Dinesh Chandimal (65) and Kumar Sangakkara (74 not out) shared an 88-run second wicket partnership as Sri Lanka finished on 195-4 having been set a 270-run victory target earlier in the day by Pakistan, seeking a draw to level the three-match series.
Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to call upon all Local Players selected by the “SLPL franchisers” to collect their Offer Letters on or before 16th July 2012 from Head of cricket operations Mr. Ashley De Silva. The players are requested to contact Mr. Ashley De Silva (0777668600) for any clarification.
Sri Lanka Cricket is pleased to announce the players drafted for the inaugural SLPL which will begin on the 11 of August. Highlights of the evening was: Mahela Jayawardena of Wayamba was first to pick Dinesh Chandimal for his Wayamba Team which was the first selection of the local player draft. Kumar Sangakkara was first to pick Thisara Perera for his team Kandurata The 1st of Under 21 player picked was Akila Dhananjaya By Wayamba. Other Under 21 players included were Kithruwan Vithanage (Kandurata), Gayan Maneeshan (Negenahira), Bhanuka Rajapakse (Uva), Chathura Peiris (Uthura), Ramith Rambukwella (Ruhuna), Dhanushka Gunathilake (Basnahira) Team WAYAMBA KANDURATA NAGENAHIRA Rd 1 DINESH CHANDIMAL THISSARA PERERA NUWAN KULASEKARA Rd 2 ISURU UDANA THILAN SAMARAWEERA ANGELO PERERA Rd… Read More →