Sri Lanka will go top of the ODI table for the first time in its history if it beats Australia by 4-1 or better
Navy Sc won by 08 wickets
Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce that the Local TV Broadcasting rights for the Australian Tour of Sri Lanka has been awarded to Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation for a record figure of Rs. 22 Million.(Rupees Twenty two Million). This is the highest bid ever for Local TV broadcasting rights received by Sri Lanka Cricket. Originally, the offer made by Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation was for Rs. 17 Million (Rupees Seventeen Million) and the offer received from Carlton Sports Network Rs. 20.1 Million. (Rupees Twenty Million one hundred thousand) At this stage, His Excellency the President and the Hon. Minister of Sports intervened and wanted Sri Lanka Cricket to award this to Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation. Sri Lanka Cricket also wishes… Read More →
Southern Ladies vs Colts Women Played At Colts Grounds- Colombo – 21 /07/2011 Southern Ladies Women – Batted First - 157 in 45.5 overs-all out – (Batting – Shereena Ravikumar 51 ,Lakshika De Silva 19,Nadeeka Nidharshani 14) (Bowling – Nadisha Mendis 2 for 31 , Roshenka Philip 3 for 32) Colts Women – 64 in 25.4 overs all out ( Batting – Chamitri Vidyaratne 29,Lalani Priyadharshani 20 ) (Bowling – Shareena Ravikumar 2 for 25,Lakshi De Silva 3 for 16,) Southern Ladies won by 93 runs – Good All round performance by Shareena Ravikumar. Air Force SC vs CCC Played At CCC Grounds 27/07/2011 Air Force SC – Batted First – 262 for 7 in 50 overs – (Batting –… Read More →
Kumar Sangakkara nominated
Air Force SC and Palink SC share the lead in points table
2nd Week results
former Sri Lankan Test and One day player, Rumesh Ratnayake as Sri Lanka’s Head coach for the forthcoming Test, One day and T20 series against the Australians.
Chandimal & Prasad have been called for National duty during the forthcoming home series against Australia.
“FREE OF CHARGE” to all the students.
The selected players will be directed to the district coach, a great stepping stone to climb up to the national level.
The opening game in the tri-series featuring hosts Scotland, Ireland and Sri Lanka was washed out without a ball being bowled.
Activate now and get ‘bowled’ by SLC L!VE
at the Cowdrey Speech at Lords
After a lot of deliberation, a panel of twelve officials connected to the school cricket fraternity, selected the award winners at the Sunday Observer/Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of The Year 2011 final selection.