At a Selection Committee meeting held, the following decisions were made by the National Selectors with regard to the Squad for the India Under-19s tour of Sri Lanka. The Hon. Minister of Sports has given his approval for the below Squad. 1. Kusal Mendis WK (Capt) 2. Rukshan Fernando 3. Hashan Dumindu 4. Kavinu Kulasekara 5. Sadeera Samarawickrama (V Capt) 6. Thilaksha Malshan Sumanasiri 7. Minod Bhanuka 8. Sanjika Ridma 9. Priyamal Perera 10. Ramesh Mendis 11. A. K Tyronne 12. Lakshan Jayasinghe 13. Hashan Vimarshana 14. Binura Fernando 15. Chamika Karunaratne 16. Harsha Rajapaksha
Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce that it took the following decisions stated below at the Executive Committee Meeting held today in the evening. Ramith Rambukwella It was decided by the Executive to impose a 50% of his tour fee & CEO of SLC to issue him a severe warning on his behavior. Mattings 82 nos Mattings (66ft x 10ft) will be distributed for the Junior Schools Tournaments. Inter Provincial T20 Tournament SLC to organize an Inter Province T20 Cricket Tournament in place of SLPL and the winning team to represent Sri Lanka at the Champions League in India.
Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket regrets to announce that the Mahindra SLPL 2013 scheduled to commence on 10th August 2013 will not take place due to the fact that the Franchisees have failed to pay the Franchise Consideration for this year and more importantly have failed to deposit with SLC the bank guarantees to secure the player payments. In the circumstances the Mahindra SLPL 2013 will not take place.
The Selection Committee of Sri Lanka Cricket at its meeting held on 17th July 2013, selected the following 15 member squad to represent the National Team for the 1st & 2nd ODI matches against South Africa to be played on the 20th and 23rd July 2013. The Hon. Minister of Sports has been approved the following squad. Dinesh Chandimal – Captain Lahiru Thirimana – Vice Captain T M Dilshan Upul Tharanga Kumar Sangakkara Mahela Jayawardene Angelo Perera Jehan Mubarak Rangana Herath Sachithra Senanayake Ajantha Mendis Lasith Malinga Shamindra Eranga Thisara Perera Suranga Lakmal
At a Selection Committee meeting held , the following decisions were made by the National Selectors with regard to the Squad for the ACC U 23 tournament to be held in Singapore. 1. Kithruwan Vithanage (Captain) 2. Shehan Jayasuriya (Vice Capt) 3. Niroshan Dickwella 4. Udara Jayasundara 5. Danushka Gunathillake 6. Romesh Buddhika 7. Kusal Mendis 8. Akila Dhananjaya 9. Amila Aponso 10. Maduka Liyanapathiranage 11. Lahiru Jayaratne 12. Kasun Madushanka 13. Lahiru Madushanka 14. Chathuranga Kumara 15. Charith Jayampathi This has been approved by the Hon.Minister of Sports.
At a Selection Committee meeting held, the following decisions were made by the National Selectors with regard to the Squad for the Practice game v Visiting South African National Team on 17th July 2013 at Colts Cricket Grounds Colombo. 1. Kusal Janith 2. Dimuth Karunaratne 3. Mahela Udawatte 4. Dinesh Chandimal (Captain) 5. Angelo Perera 6. Sachithra Serasinghe 7. Chathuranga De Silva 8. Jehan Mubarak 9. Thisara Perera 10. Dhammika Prasad 11. Vimukthi Perera 12. Madura Lakmal 13. Seekuge Prasanna 14. Ashan Priyanjana Please be kind to send your representative to cover this event and give maximum exposure in your esteemed Media.
15/07/13 Further to the earlier Press Release on 11th of July 2013, the following Eminent legal personalities met at SLC on Saturday 13th July 2013 and the commenced the work on the inquiry into the allegations leveled against Mr. A.R.M Aroos. Mr. R.J. De Silva, Mr. Kalinga Indatissa PC, Mr. Kapila Liyanagamage, Mr. Chinthaka Rankothge is the prosecuting Officer. The statement from the complainant Ms. Shahikala Siriwardane was recorded by the committee. She will be called upon again to give evidence after her tour to Ireland for the ICC Women’s World T20 Qualifiers which begins on the 20th of July 2013 and goes on until the 2nd of August 2013. The above disciplinary committee will forward their findings to the executive Committee before… Read More →
Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce, that South Africa will arrive tomorrow (Monday) in Sri Lanka on a 5 ODI & 3 T20 matches to be played from the 20th of July 2013 onwards. The world famous Proteas will go all out to beat the Lions in their homeland and it will be explosive cricket all around in the next few weeks. South Africa who first came to Sri Lanka in 1993 under the captaincy of Kepler Wessels, are on their 3rd tour of Sri Lanka. Proteas will play in Colombo, Kandy & move on to Hambantota for the final two T20 matches on this tour. the full schedule is attached herewith. Sri Lankan cricket fans will see their hero’s take the field for… Read More →
Media Release Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews has been suspended for two ODIs while his players have been fined 40-per-cent of their match fees for maintaining a slow over-rate during their one-wicket defeat against India in the final of the tri-series in Trinidad on Thursday. David Boon of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees imposed the suspension after Sri Lanka was ruled to be three overs short of their target at the end of the match when time allowances were taken into consideration. Mathews pleaded guilty to the offence and accepted the proposed sanction so there was no need for a formal hearing. In accordance with Article 2.5.2 and Appendix 2 of the ICC Code of Conduct,… Read More →
MS Dhoni, the India captain, hit a match-winning 45 off 52 deliveries, including 16 runs off the last over, to take India home by one wicket in the final of the Celkon Mobile Tri-Nation Series Cup on Thursday (July 11). Rangana Herath took four wickets to bring Sri Lanka back into the game after Rohit Sharma had anchored India’s chase with a stoic 89-ball 58. India survived the nervy last few overs before Dhoni unleashed himself to revive memories of the World Cup final against the same opponent two years ago. Earlier, Sri Lanka, from a comfortable 171/2, lost eight wickets for 30 runs and folded for a tame 201. Ravindra Jadeja, the most incisive with the ball on a… Read More →
The following two team have been selected to play two 50 over Practice matches on the 14th (Sunday) & 15th (Monday) of July 2013 at R. Premadasa International Stadium starting at 10 am. Sri Lanka ‘A’ Dimuth Karunaratna – Captain, Mahela Udawatte, Angelo Perera, Thilina Kandamby, Kaushal Silva, Janaka Gunaratne, Chaturanga De Silva, Faveez Maharoof, Dilruwan Perera, Dhammika Prasad, Vimukthi Perera, Madura Lakmal, Ishan Jayaratne, Malinga Bandara, Coach – Romesh Kaluwitharana Sri Lanka Combined Jehan Mubarak – Captain, Dilshan Munaweera, Chamara Kapugedara, Sachithra Serasinghe, Sameera Soysa, Ashan Priyanjana, Milinda Siriwardena, Thisara Perera, Sekuge Prasanna, Dilhara Fernando, Thilina Thushara, Lahiru Gamage, Kosala Kulasekera, Isuru Udana, Coach – Sumithra Warnakulasuriya The above 2 trial matches will be a great opportunity for the… Read More →
Sri Lanka collapsed to 96 all out on Tuesday (July 9) as India came from behind in the Celkon Mobile Tri-Nations Series to qualify for the final. India needed to restrict Sri Lanka to 167 to reach the final, which will take place on Thursday, in a rain-curtailed match and Bhuvneshwar Kumar broke the back of the Sri Lankan top order to allow India to sail on. In the process, India picked up a bonus point as well and finished on top of the points table, which looked highly unlikely after its twin defeats in Jamaica earlier in the tournament. India’s innings was called to a close at 119 for 3 in 29 overs and Sri Lanka was set a revised target of… Read More →
The following squad has been selected by the National Selectors for the U17 Tour of England. Sri Lanka Under 17 Squad 1. Chamika Karunaratne (Capt) – Royal College – Colombo 2. Madawa Nimesh (V Capt) – Royal College – Panadura 3. Charith Asalanka – Richmond College – Galle 4. Nisala Fransisco – Ananda College -Colombo 5. Lasith Lakshan – St.Thomas’ College – Matara 6. Avishka Fernando – St.Sebastian College – Moratuwa 7. Sith ara Gimhana (W/C) – Richmond College – Galle 8. Kavin Bandara – D.S Senanayake College – Colombo 9. Sahan Arachchige – Ananda College – Colombo 10. Keshan Wijeratne – Maliyadeva College – Kurunegala 11. Asitha Madushanka – St.Sebastians’ College – Katuneriya 12. D.A.P.L Somaweera – Maliyadewa Model… Read More →
Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce that it took the following decisions stated below at the Emergency Executive Committee Meeting held today in the morning. Disciplinary Inquiries into Conduct of 3 Umpires The Exco took into consideration the recommendation of the Disciplinary Committee and decided the following punishments for the 3 Umpires. Mr. Sagara Gallage – 10 year Ban from all forms of Cricket. Mr. Maurice Dela Zilwa – 03 year Ban from all forms of Cricket Mr. Gamini Dissanayke – CEO to issue a severe warning to him and not to retain Mr. G. Dissanayake in the Premier Level Umpires Panel for a period of 1 year. Ramith Rambukwella The Inquiring Officer Retired Senior Superintendent of Police Mr. Lakshman… Read More →
Kumar Sangakkara, the man of the match, showed for all to see how to bat on a demanding pitch by scoring an unbeaten 90 to help Sri Lanka secure an excellent win in its triangular series league tie against West Indies at Port of Spain on Monday (July 8). Sangakkara’s brilliance helped Sri Lanka, overnight 60 for three in 19 overs when play was halted due to rain, post 219 for eight in an innings interrupted twice more by the elements and eventually reduced to 41 overs a side. West Indies’ revised target was 230 from 41 overs, but it settled for 190 for nine, handing Sri Lanka victory by 39 runs on the Duckworth-Lewis method and thrusting it to… Read More →