It was no surprise for Sri Lanka to beat Maldives by a big margin of 147 runs and qualify for the finals at Mirpur tomorrow.
Upul Tharanga the skipper of Hidramani Ruhuna team will pair off with Sanath Jayasuriya at Kurunegala when the strong southern team plays a combined eleven…
The elite Bank of Ceylon Inter- provincial tournament gets underway tomorrow with MAS Kandurata captained by national skipper Kumar Sangakkara taking on Basnahira North captained by Thilina Kandamby.
Live match scores of BOC inter-provincial tournament will be available on Sri Lanka Cricket web site from tomorrow (6th Feb)…
Gold medal favorites Pakistan proved to be the superior team when they out played Sri Lanka to win the T20 SAG game by 6 wickets at the Sher-e- Bangla National cricket stadium yesterday.
Sri Lanka won their second game in the SAG/ T20 tournament at Shahid Kamruzzaman Stadium in Rajshahi yesterday. Sri Lankan captain Ashan Priyanjana won the toss for the second time in succession and decided to bat first.
Dilshan Munaweera made 63 runs off 28 deliveries to help Sri Lanka record their first win in the SAG/T20 games. Sri Lanka beat Nepal by 64 runs at the Shahid Kamruzzaman Stadium in Rajshahi yesterday.
This hands on experiential program of training was facilitated by Mr. Fouzul Hameed of Hameedias fame and Ms. Dila Hettiarachchi, a specialist in personal grooming.
The T20 Cricket match schedule for SAF Games to be played in Bangladesh. Sri Lankan team will be captained by Ashan Prianjana.
Left hand batsmen Yannik Cariah played a match winning innings of 110 not out to help his team beat Sri Lanka in the 3rd place play-off match at Christchurch this morning.
Tomorrow at Christchurch the battle for supremacy is for a third place ranking. Sri Lanka has batted well, however the two games they lost in this tournament, was due to poor batting.
A long tour of India comprising of three test matches, two T20 games and five ODI’s test all skills, mental toughness, fitness and the ability to maintain form.
Mitchell Marsh played a captains innings to help Australia sneak into the under 19s World Cup finals at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval today
The team that does the basics to perfection will meet Pakistan in the finals. Sri Lankan Coach Naveed Nawaz is confident that his team will do well to qualify for the finals.
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.