West Indies A completed their one-day series, 3-0 against Sri Lanka A winning the third and final game by 8 runs (D/L method) today at R. Premadasa International Stadium. West Indies A – 305/5 in 47 overs: Jason Mohommed 105*, Andre McCarthy 102, Chadwick Walton 36, Rovman Powell 24, Nuwan Kulasekara 2/65. Sri Lanka A – 248/7 in 38 overs: Sandun Weerakkody 20, Danushka Gunathilaka 58, Charith Asalanka 23, Milinda Siriwardena 35, Dasun Shanaka 33*, Sachith Pathirana 34, Ronsford Beaton 2/38, Kesrick Williams 2/74.
2nd One Day, Windies ‘A’ won by 109 runs and take 2-0 unassailable lead in the three-match series. WI ‘A’ 347/9 ( Kyle Hope 107, Walton 70, Fudadin 57, Rovman Powell 52 – S Jayasuriya 4/54, Binura Fernando 2/70) v Sri Lanka ‘A’ 238 all out (42.1 ov, Shehan Jayasuriya 119, Charith Asalanka 44, D Shanaka 32: Rovman Powell 3/45, Deapon 2/41, Mayers 2/56) Full Scorecard
Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to inform that at a Selection Committee Meeting held on even date, the following players were selected for the 3 One Day matches. 1. Danushka Gunathilaka 2. Sandun Weerakkody 3. Minod Bhanuka 4. Charith Asalanka 5. Milinda Siriwardana – Captain 6. Shehan Jayasuriya 7. Dasun Shanaka 8. Binura Fernando 9. Keshan Wijerathne 10. Kasun Rajitha 11. Amila Aponso 12. Lahiru Milantha 13. Shammu Ashan 14. Anuk Fernando 15. Alankara Asanka
Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to inform that at a Selection Committee Meeting held on the 14th October 2016, the following players were selected for the 3 rd unofficial test match to be played in Dambulla. 1. Lahiru Thirimanne (Captain) 2. Kusal Janith Perera (Vice Captain) 3. Roshen Silva 4. Charith Asalanka 5. Asela Gunaratne 6. Avishka Fernando 7. Anuk Fernando 8. Lakshan Sandakan 9. Asitha Fernando 10. Lahiru Gamage 11. Kasun Madushanka 12. Dasun Shanaka 13. Sandun Weerakkody 14. Jeffery Vandersay 15. Amila Aponsu
Sri Lanka ‘A’ cruised to a 7 wicket win over West Indies in the first 4 day game played between the two teams at the RPICS. West Indies A – 276 all out in 86.4 overs: Vishaul Singh 96, Shamarh Brooks 65, Kemar Roach 45, Kieran Powell 36, Asela Gunarathne 3/27, Asitha Fernando 2/35, Charith Asalanka 2/53. Sri Lanka A – 386 all out in 104.5 overs: Dimuth Karunarathne 131, Kusal Janith Perera 87, Niroshan Dickwella 59, Asela Gunarathne 38, Rahkeem Cornwell 8/108. West Indies A (2nd inn) – 175 all out in 79.2 overs: John Campbell 22, Shamarh Brooks 28, Vishaul Singh 46, Gudakesh Motie 34, Lakshan Sandakan 4/51, Asela Gunarathne 2/30, Asitha Fernando 2/16, Charith Asalanka 2/27. Sri… Read More →
The first-ever pink ball match on Sri Lankan soil will be played between Sri Lanka A and West Indies A starting on 4th October at R. Premadasa International Stadium. The series consisting three four-day matches and three one-day matches was officially announced at a press briefing held on Monday evening in Colombo. Tour Schedule 1st four-day match – 4th – 7th October – R.Premadasa International Cricket Stadium 2nd four-day match – 11th – 14th October – Pallekele International Cricket Stadium 3rd four-day match – 18th – 21st October – Rangiri Dambulu International Cricket Stadium 1st one-day match – 24th October – Rangiri Dambulu International Cricket Stadium 2nd one-day match – 27th October – Welagedara Cricket Stadium, Kurunegala 3rd one-day match –… Read More →
Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to inform that at a Selection Committee Meeting held on the 27th September 2016, the following players were selected for the 1st & 2nd 4 day games of the West Indies ‘A’ Tour to Sri Lanka 2016. 1. Dimuth Karunaratne (Captain) 2. Lahiru Thirimanne 3. Kusal Janith Perera ( Vice Captain) 4. Roshen Silva 5. Charith Asalanka 6. Niroshan Dickwella 7. Asela Gunaratne 8. Avishka Fernando 9. Anuk Fernando 10. Vimukthi Perera 11. Prabath Jayasuriya 12. Lakshan Sandakan 13. Asitha Fernando 14. Lahiru Kumara 15. Kasun Madushanka Match & Practice Schedule Windies A Team to Sri Lanka 4 day 1.Rajendra Chandrika, 2.Kieran Powell 3.John Campbell 4. Vishaul Singh 5. Shamarh Brooks- captain 6. Shimron Hetmyer 7…. Read More →
Asitha Fernando, who was Sri Lanka’s leading wicket-taker in the Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh, claimed seven wickets on first-class debut, including five in the last innings, to secure a slim victory for Sri Lanka A in Leicester. The result meant Sri Lanka A went 1-0 up in the two-match series against Pakistan A in England. Sri Lanka A 299 (Udawatte 64, Hasan 4-63) and 131 ( Azizullah 4-21, Nawaz 4-31) beatPakistan A 277 (Nawaz 68) and 120 (Asitha 5-33, Pathirana 3-27) by 33 runs
The Sri Lanka A Team led by Ashan Priyanjan left the island today, for their month long tour of England . Sri Lanka A tour of UK 2016 – Itinerary Date Match Venue 26-29 June SL A 4-day v Durham Emirates ICG, Durham 3-6 July PAK A v SL A – Test 1 Grace Rd, Leicester 10-13 July PAK A v SL A – Test 2 New Rd, Worcester 15 July SL A 1-Day v Derbyshire (D/N) Derby 18 July PAK A v SL A Cheltenham 19 July ENG Lions v PAK A Cheltenham 21 July ENG Lions v SL A (D/N) Northampton 22 July PAK A v SL A (D/N) Northampton 24 July ENG Lions v PAK A Canterbury 25… Read More →
Sri Lanka Cricket is pleased to announce the Sri Lanka A-Team 04-Day squad for the upcoming tour of UK. 1. Ashan Priyanjan – Captain 2. Mahela Udawatta 3. Udara Jayasundara 4. Madhawa Warnapura 5. Niroshan Dickwella 6. Roshen Silva 7. Angelo Perera 8. Minod Bhanuka 9. Charith Asalanka 10. Sachith Pathirana 11. Lahiru Gamage 12. Kasun Rajitha 13. Vishva Fernando 14. Asitha Fernando 15. Ramith Rambukwella 16. Prabath Jayasuriya The following are the A-Team ODI Squad: 1. Ashan Priyanjan – Captain 2. Mahela Udawatta 3. Udara Jayasundara 4. Bhanuka Rajapakse 5. Niroshan Dickwella 6. Kithruwan Vithanage 7. Angelo Perera 8. Minod Bhanuka 9. Charith Asalanka 10. Sachith Pathirana 11. Thisara Perera 12. Lahiru Gamage 13. Kasun Rajitha 14. Mohamed Dilshad… Read More →
New Zealand ‘A’ sweeps the tour DAY THREE Video Scorecard A barnstorming 7-78 from legspinner Todd Astle in Lincoln’s late afternoon sunshine helped propel New Zealand A to a nine-wicket win with a day to spare in their last match with Sri Lanka A, for an impressive unbeaten run in the series. The haul took Astle to 11 for 133 for the match, his two caught and bowleds on what turned out to be the last day including the prize wicket of Kithurawan Vithanage on 84. The expansive Vithanage (above) had looked stylish in a confident knock, but his undoing signalled a quick end as the rest of the order fell away after his dismissal, the Sri Lankans despatched for… Read More →
DAY FOUR The equation was straightforward after New Zealand A declared on the last morning at 229/6, Sri Lanka A needing 342 runs and to weather an attack studded with BLACKCAPS. Video Scorecard The final innings began with a hiss and a roar. A double strike from Colin Munro and Neil Wagner in the half hour before lunch saw Sri Lanka in early peril at 47/3 inside 15 overs, still needing a further 295 at just under five an over. But Sri Lanka steadied, then fought back, with a crunch fourth wicket stand of 176 between Kithuruwan Vithanage (88) and Roshen Silva, who would bring up his well-earned century in the closing chapters of the day. Two quick wickets from… Read More →
A little bit of Lincoln damp couldn’t stop New Zealand A getting off to their customary flier as they set off in search of a clean sweep in the one-day series with Sri Lanka A. Scorecard Their final 50-over fling was reduced to 45 overs by rain ahead of play, but captain Henry Nicholls’s plan to bat first paid quick dividends. Nisala Tharaka’s opening over was ripped for 19, helped by three George Worker boundaries and a no ball that likewise took off for four as the aggressive opener set off to dominate the early proceedings. CREDITS: Photosport Worker racing ahead, Michael Pollard then found the first six of the innings off Rajitha and New Zealand A’s 50 was on… Read More →
New Zealand A have clinched victory in the one-day series against Sri Lanka A as they eased to a third successive win over the tourists at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln. New Zealand A now lead the four-match series 3-0 after winning by 117 runs, with the final game taking place at the same venue on Tuesday. Scorecard NZ A 302-9 (Will Young 85, Adam Milne 45, George Worker 40; PLS Gamage 3-49) beat Sri Lanka A 185 in 40.5 overs (DPDN Dickwella 50, DSNFG Jayasuriya 27, CP Kapugedera 27; Ish Sodhi 3-39)by 117 runs.
Almost 600 runs scored in a one-dayer belied a gusty spring day at Hagley Oval as New Zealand A made it 2-0 in their four-match List A series against Sri Lanka A. The nailbiter was a marked step up for the visitors after their comprehensive opening loss at the same venue two days earlier. Right on target for most of their chase to hunt down New Zealand A’s solid 305/4, they had been poised for retribution — at the very least, a last-over thriller — until Kithuruwan Vithanage was left kicking himself after his wicket, in the 44th over, triggered a messy and costly late collapse. Scorecard It was a bitter turn of events for the 24-year-old number three, who… Read More →