Champaka Ramanayake makes an emotional comeback to SLC as National Fast Bowling Coach after a coaching stint with Banagladesh.
He started his career in 1992, against Australia at the R.Premadasa stadium and bids goodbye to test cricket at his favorite venue the Galle stadium
Points table of the ongoing Division I Under 23 tournament as of 4/7/2010
Thisara Perera & Jeewan Mendis guides Sri Lanka A to their first win on tour.
Tour itinerary for the forthcoming Indian Test tour & the ODI tri series which also features New Zealand.
Appointment of Umpires selected for Sara and Sara fast track Umpires panel.
SLC celebrates first anniversary.
In keeping with President Rajapaksa’s vision: Three stadiums in Jaffna soon
Champion off spinner Muttiah Muralidharan and Seamer Nuwan Kulasekara will come back in to the side at the expense of Herath and Randiv
The most notable inclusions for today’s game will be the inclusion of the spin twins Suraj Randiv and Rangana Herath
Australia A emerged victors by 107 runs in the 1st unofficial Test.
When the partnership was 86, and looked very healthy Chandimal attempting to cut a short wide delivery was caught behind by Wade for 54 runs.
Bailey and O’Keefe heroics send Lanka reeling.
Kaushal introduced spin early and Senanayake caused havoc with wickets falling at regular intervals.
Chanaka Welagedara, the promising left arm fast baller is to replace all rounder Farveez Maharoof for today’s Asia cup match against Bangladesh.