Thisara Perera, Jeevan Mendis and fast bowler Nuwan Kulasekara were included in Sri Lanka’s 15-man squad on Tuesday for this week’s first test against Pakistan in Galle.
All-rounder Angelo Mathews struck an unbeaten 80 off 76 balls to lead Sri Lanka to a thrilling two wickets win over Pakistan with two balls to spare in the fifth and the final One-Day International played at the R Premadasa stadium in Colombo on Monday.
Ragama CC takes early lead
Pakistan were strongly placed at 166-2 in the 38th over before they collapsed to 199 all out chasing a 244-run target in the day-night contest, with man-of-the-match Perera finishing with 4-42.
More tickets to be available from 12 June; 100 bats presented to Kandy school children
Tillakaratne Dilshan and Thisara Perera starred as Sri Lanka levelled the one-day international series against Pakistan with a comfortable 76-run victory in the second ODI in Pallekele.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has chosen Sri Lanka’s star Lasith Malinga, as the official Event Ambassador for the ICC World Twenty 20 Sri Lanka 2012.
Pakistan won their first of the five One-Day Internationals against Sri Lanka by six wickets here at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium on Thursday.
The following U 19 players have been selected for representation for the above mentioned Tournaments by Sri Lanka Cricket 1.Sandun Weerakkody Dharmarajha College 2.Nirosha dickwella Trinity College 3.Akila Jayasundara Trinity College 4.Suranga Rajaguru St.Anthony’s Kandy 5.Manoj Sarathchandra St.Anthony’s Kandy 6.Lahiru Madushanka St.Thomas’ Matale 7.Dilshan Danushka Maliyadeva College 8.Thineth Manishka Maliyadeva College 9.Kasun Vidura Joseph Vaz Wennappuwa 10.Anjelo Jayasingha Maris Stella College 11.Jason Perera St.Benedicts College 12.Sachin Peiris St.Benedicts College 13.Supeksha Jayatilleke St.Joseph’s College 14.Pasindu Madushan Ananda College 15.Ishan Rangana Nalanda College 16.Supun Madushanka D.S. Senanayake College 17.Duleeka Tissakeethage Mahanama College Colombo 18.Sanjeewa Salgado Thurstan College 19.Gowraw Deva Royal College Colombo 20.Shehan Fernando St.Peter’s College 21.Ranitha Liyanaarachchi St.Peter’s College 22.Lahiru Milantha St.Peter’s College 23.Chamod Pathirana St.Thomas’ Mt Lavinia 24.Sanitha De Mel… Read More →
SL tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe Tri Nation ODI
Both Sri Lanka and Pakistan will be aiming for improvements in their rankings on the Reliance ICC ODI Championship table when they go head to head in a five-match series which starts in Pallekele on Thursday.
Pakistan on Monday added Sohail Tanvir to the one-day squad against Sri Lanka after the left-arm paceman excelled in the Twenty20 series draw.
Pakistan were bowled out for 95 after restricting Sri Lanka to 132-7, with pacemen Nuwan Kulasekera, Angelo Mathews and Lasith Malinga and debutant off-spinner Sachithra Senanayake each taking two wickets.