The current administration put into perspective a well thought out plan that has paid dividends for Sri Lanka to be among the top four, in the ongoing competitive Championship.
The quarter final encounter between Sri Lanka and South Africa was a one sided game to state the least. Put into bat under cloud cover the Sri Lankans proved to be far superior to their opponents.
Sri Lanka A beat Canada by 6 wickets in a limited over encounter at the NCC today. The visitors took first lease of the pitch after winning the toss.
Promising 15 young cricketers from Development Squad and Max Academy recently made a familiarizing visit to Hameedias as a part of their ongoing skills development training.
The International Cricket Council has kept faith in Sri Lanka as a safe haven to pursue with their long term plan of helping associate members to play cricket against competitive sides.
The Provincial Tournament conducted by Sri Lanka Cricket, is the country’s elite domestic championship, with all 76 contracted players, taking part in three versions of the game.
Sri Lanka under 19s put into bat by their counterparts at Christchurch today was outplayed in all three departments of the game.
In keeping with the vision of incumbent administration of Sri Lanka Cricket, Human Resources Department has recently launched its second phase of skills development program for budding cricketers in the Development Squad and Max Academy.
Sri Lankan middle order batsman Thilina Kandamby will lead the Basnahira North side for the upcoming One Day & T20 inter Provincial tournament.
Sri Lanka playing a back to back world cup game beat Canada by 134 runs at Lincoln this morning. Put into bat the Sri Lankans made 276 for 6 wickets in their allotted 50 overs
Sri Lanka’s under 19 world cup match against Zimbabwe was reduced to 34 overs due to over night rain.
After such a long and tough tour of India the prospect of playing India again might not have been very appetising for the boys as the New Year dawned, but to their great credit a young team showed huge character in Bangladesh and rose to the challenge brilliantly.
Sri Lanka’s four-wicket victory over India in the final of the tri-nation series in Dhaka has seen it climb one place to sixth in the Reliance Mobile ICC ODI Championship.
Kumar Sangakkaras’ decision to bowl first after winning the toss was predictable. The Sri Lankan captain incidentally has a hundred percent record in this tournament, with the all important toss.
Sri Lanka have kept faith in the same batting line up that played India in the last outing at Mirpur on the 10th of this month. Kulasekera has been named in the playing eleven for today’s final.