Media Release At a Selection Committee meeting held the following selections were made by the Junior National Selectors with regard to the Squad for the 4th Youth One Day of the Australia Under 19s tour of Sri Lanka. 1. Chamika Karunarantne – Captain – Royal College 2. Charith Asalanka – Vice Captain – Richmond College 3. Wanidu Hasaranga – Richmond College 4. Pathum Madusanka – St. Josephs College 5. Dineth Thimodya – St. Peters College 6. Kavindu Mendis – Richmond College 7. Saveen Nanayakkara – Richmond College 8. Kaveen Bandara – D S Senanayake College 9. Ravindu Thilakaratne – St. Thomas College 10. Asitha Fernando … Read More →
It is with profound sorrow that we inform you of the demise of Mr. Srinath Silva – Executive Committee member and Chairman Umpires Committee of Sri Lanka Cricket who passed away peacefully today at a private hospital. Mr. Srinath Silva was the President of the Catamarans Sports Club. Mr. Srinath Silva Played for Prince of Wales College from 1962-65, Moratuwa SC 1965-74, Colts CC 1974-76, Saracens SC 1976-79. Remains lie at 36/39, Watson Peiris (New Galle Road), Moratuwa. Cortege leaves residence at 4.00 p.m. on (Thursday) 02nd October for Suduwella methodist Church, Moratuwa. Funeral will take place at Moratumulla Methodist Church Cemetery at 5.00 p.m. on the same day.
Sri Lanka’s under 19 cricket team claimed a 1-0 series lead over the Australia under 19 team after beating the visitors by 23 runs in the 3rd One Day played at Colombo. Sri Lanka posted 240 for nine in their 50 overs and defended the score bowling out the tourists for 217 with 11 deliveries to spare. For Sri Lanka Wicket-keeper Pasindu Isira top scored with a half century while Hasaranga De Silva contributed with 43 runs. spinner Damith Silva had an impressive match bag of 4 for 36, Ravindu Tillakaratne had figures of 2 for 30. Full Scorecard Brief Scores: Sri Lanka U-19 240/9 (50 overs) (T. Isira 50, A. Fernando 41, W. Hasaranga 43, D. Silva 25*, S. Grimwade 3/40) Australia… Read More →
Media Release Please be informed as per the discussion SLC had with both Managers [Sri Lanka and Australia U19 Teams], it has been agreed to re-schedule the 2nd One day match at RPICS, that was abounded due to inclement weather that prevailed during the period. Accordingly a decision has been taken to play the match on 4th October 2014 at the Sinhalese Sports Club grounds. This gesture by both teams provides an opportunity for the players to horn their skills.
Defending champions Western Province North beat Southern Province by 50 runs under the D/L Method to win the Inter Provincial U-15 Prima Cup 2014 at the SSC on Saturday. Scores: Southern 191 all out in 43.3 overs (Supun Kavinda 32, Ravindu Sanjana 69, Kavindu Ediriweera 38; Jehan Daniel 3/36, Sanjula Illangathilaka 3/31, Nipun Samarasinghe 2/42) WP North 139 for 2 wkts in 26.5 overs (Dushan Hettige 64, Suhanya Wijewardena 25, Sanjula Abeywickrama 44 n.o.).
Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket is pleased to inform that the Coaching Department of SLC will conduct the following Coach Education/Talent Search programs in the Northern District as follows: · Talent Search for Under 13 and 15 – Northern Province o Date: Tuesday, 14th October 2014 o Time: 9:00 am o Venue: Jaffna Central College Grounds · Level 1 Coaching Course – Northern Province o Date: Tuesday, 14th to 17th October 2014 o Time: 9:00 am to 5.00 pm o Venue: Jaffna Central College Grounds · Coach Education program – Northern Province o Date: Thursday 16th October 2014 o Time: 09:00 am o Venue: Jaffna Central College Grounds For further clarification on the above kindly contact Mr. Sunil Fernando, Manager Coaching – Districts & Provinces – Sri Lanka Cricket.
Media Release “Cricket Connects Exhibition” in Sri Lanka The ExCo has approved the proposal from the Ministry of Culture, Government of India who is interested in holding the said exhibition in at least two cities in Sri Lanka. The exhibition would be developed in consultation and in collaboration with the Ministry of Sports and SLC and will be accompanied by a Cricket match and a banquet with key note speakers from Sri Lanka & India. Images and memorabilia will be drawn from a range of sources to highlight the unique value of the sport in illuminating the longstanding relationship between Sri Lanka & India. All cost for the Exhibition will be borne by the Ministry of Culture of India. New Umpire… Read More →
Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce that Sachithra has worked with a team of experts in Western Australia and carried out the remedial work. SLC is in a position of a report received from UWA advising to further continue the remedial work on his bowling action. With regard to the corrective measures taken in consultation with the experts at the University of Western Australia, Sachithra has shown tremendous improvement and is in the process of having extensive training with the local coaching staff. SLC will coordinate with ICC on the date of his retesting in the near future. As per the decision taken by SLC Sachithra will be permitted to play in the forthcoming Mercantile Cricket tournament which… Read More →
Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce that as per the recommendations of the special committee appointed to select the National Head Coach, The Executive Committee of SLC unanimously approved and appointed Mr. Marvan Attapattu to the position of National Head Coach of Sri Lanka Cricket with immediate effect.
Media Release At a Selection Committee meeting held the following selections were made by the Junior National Selectors with regard to the Squad for the 1st and 2nd One day’s of the Australia Under 19 tour of Sri Lanka. 1. Chamika Karunarantne – Captain – Royal College 2. Charith Asalanka – Vice Captain – Richmond College 3. Wanidu Hasaranga – Richmond College 4. Pathum Madusanka – St. Josephs College 5. Dineth Thimodya – St. Peters College 6. Kavindu Mendis – Richmond College 7. Saveen Nanayakkara – Richmond College 8. Kaveen Bandara – D S Senanayake College 9. Ravindu Thilakaratne – St. Thomas College 10. Lahiru Kumara – Trinity College 11. Keshan Wijeratne – Maliyadeva College 12. Damith Silva – Maliyadeva College 13. Pasindu Silva – Air Force 14. Sahan Arachchige – Ananda College 15. Avishka Fernando – St. Sebastians College This has been approved by the Hon.Minister of Sports.
The Australia Under-19 team led by Patrick McKenna will play five one-day matches and one three-day game during their three-week tour of Sri Lanka. Royal College captain Chamika Karunaratne will lead the Sri Lanka Under-19 team against the Australian Juniors. The former England Test cricketer Graeme Hick is the coach of the Australian juniors with former Australian skipper Greg Chappell as the manager. Former Sri Lanka spinner Roger Wijesuriya is the coach of the Sri Lanka Under-19 team. Australia U19 tour to Sri Lanka schedule 25 September – 1st One Day match, Sinhalese Sports Club 27 September – 2nd One Day match, R Premadasa International Cricket Stadium 29 September – 3rd One Day match, Tamil Union Cricket and Athletic CC 1… Read More →
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
The Lahore Lions gave themselves a good chance of progressing to the main draw of the Oppo CLT20 2014 after they defeated Southern Express by 55 runs in the fifth qualifying stage match. The result, which improved the Lahore Lions’ net run rate significantly, means the champions of Pakistan’s domestic T20 competition climb up to second in the standings and will go through to the tournament proper if the Northern Knights defeat the Mumbai Indians later in the evening. After being put in to bat, the Lahore Lions rode on skipper Mohammad Hafeez’s calculated effort to post 164 for 6. Coming in to bat at 51 for 2, the 33-year old took time to warm up, crawling to 15 from… Read More →
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.