Premier League Tier A & B Tournament 2011-12 – Points Table

Tier – A


Teams

M

WO

LO

FW

FL

FT

MT

NR

POINTS

Colts Cricket Club

8

4

-

3

1

-

-

-

105.500

Singhalese Sports Club

8

2

-

5

1

-

-

-

91.100

Tamil Union Cricket & AC

8

2

-

3

3

-

-

-

79.330

Ragama Cricket Club

8

2

2

3

1

-

-

-

77.495

Chilaw Marians CC

8

3

1

1

3

-

-

-

77.695

Bloomfield Cricket & AC

8

3

1

1

3

-

-

-

74.695

Lankan Cricket Club

8

-

5

3

-

-

-

-

51.235

Badureliya Cricket Club

8

-

3

2

3

-

-

-

44.180

Moors Sports Club

8

1

1

-

6

-

-

-

42.880

Nondescripts Cricket Club

8

-

1

1

6

-

-

-

35.555


Tier – B


Teams

M

WO

LO

FW

FL

FT

MT

NR

POINTS

Army Sports Club

8

6

-

1

1

-

-

-

115.500

Navy Sports Club

8

3

3

2

-

-

-

-

81.800

Saracens Sports Club

8

3

3

2

-

-

-

-

78.020

Burgher Recreation Club

8

3

3

1

1

-

-

-

75.790

Sri Lanka Ports Authority SC

8

2

1

2

3

-

-

-

69.460

Kurunegala YCC

8

1

2

3

2

-

-

-

69.130

Air Force Sports Club

8

1

2

3

2

-

-

-

65.340

Colombo Cricket Club

8

2

1

2

4

-

-

-

64.950

Panadura Sports Club

8

-

1

2

5

-

-

-

44.610

Police Sports Club

8

-

4

2

2

-

-

-

41.960

  • kasun

    why the hell Bhanuka not considered for this asia cup. we have 4 uncertain players ( maharoof, mathews, thisara and malinga ) in 14 man squad. with Eng tests about to begin day after team reaching to country it would be a real risk if we play mathews

  • nevill

    අපේ මේ ඉන්න බ* දෙශපාලනය කරන එවුන්ව, අපේ රටේ වටිනාම වස්තුව වෙන මේ ක්‍රිකට් ක්‍රීඩාවෙන් පන්නලා දාලා අපේ ඉන්න ක්‍රීඩකයන්ට සාදාරනය ඉශ්ට කරන්න.

  • Raja

    Y not pay cricketers match fees and the contract salaries ,they have lot of difficulties. They have to pump petrol to go for practices & matches & need to pay their vehicle lease. Pls.do something to get read of their difficulties.

    • ritzy

      The comment above must have written by a person who plays cricket for fun.

      • nevill

        can i ask you a question Mr or Mrs ? do you work with out a payment ? who ever you are Mr or Mrs we have children to look after we have a family to take care ..cricket is our life we love the game more than you here and there buggers who cough for others money. this is our life and this is our profession.. as full time cricketers tell us is there any other way that we can feed our families ? ? ? If you don know anything about the game please stay away from these things.for 8 months we’ve been suffering from these problems. but still we haven’t given up we are still fighting coz we love this game and its our breath ;blood everything. and one more question .. can you stay one year with out been paid from your job. i don think so MR .. u’l try for another job.. but we are proud to say that though we haven’t been paid we still do love and we still do play for our country.

    • sunil

      Really serious issue. as the only professional game in this small country they should be getting there payments at the right time. this politic involvement to the game has struck big. officials and all the authorities should be sacked and all so the politicians who are involved should be jailed. please do something for the cricketers .

  • http://tgrtrustforpeople.blogspot.com muhammadh rikzy

    WHAT IS ROTATION POLICY??

    ” The concept took form when Australian cricket reached its crescendo in the
    early 2000s. Those were times when not only were they indomitable both
    home and away, the manner in which they destroyed oppositions gave
    them an aura of invincibility. Teams seemed to turn up against them merely
    to participate, not compete; the winner was usually decided before the first
    ball was bowled. Australia’s record of winning World Cups without dropping a single match on their way to the title epitomised their dominance. They
    had got to a stage where the only way to improve was to compete with
    themselves. They needed to find ways to raise the already high bar further. That’s when they introduced a rotation policy for their in-form cricketers -
    essentially as a means to further boost their unequalled eminence. It meant a
    player would be rested after a few games, regardless of his sterling
    performances, in order to give an opportunity to his peers. The idea was to
    keep each of them on their toes, and more importantly to maintain their
    form.”

    will this type of policy work for sri lanka and help to build up a strong team as Australia?

    When i was asked this question i will have no hastation in saying “YES” you know why?

    I have explained it in detail in one of my previous comments . There i mentioned for the first time in other words of two thinks which is essential for a team to devolop “INTERNAL COMPETITION”(competition among the members of the team through their performance to remain in the team) and other is “EXTERNAL COMPETITION”(competing well with the opposing team) and now know as ROTATION POLICY and this policy is now being adopted by the BCCI to recognise some good players resting their greatest players……

    But as a fan my question is why hasnt this been done in our sri lankan team?
    Havent we got any talented players?
    Is our senior players are doing acceptionally well for the team?

    WHY DONT WE ADOPT SUCH A POLICY THOUGH WE KNOW THAT IT IS THE ONLY WAY TO BULID UP A STRONG TEAM.

    BENIFITS OF ROTATION POLICY

    + recognising new promising players
    + can help the players in to be in form because their place in the team is challenged in every match
    + some diciplined innings can be seen hence will always look to do their best every time.
    + consistency level of players can be improved.
    + young players will start to play realy well because of their possible call up to the national team.
    + will help to detect useless players.
    + will help to overcome any sort of crisis in the team regarding form.
    + helpful in getting subsitute player in playing in a role of a key player.
    + captain being able to recognise the weaknesses and strengths of players with out wondering what to do when they are in the team.
    WHY NOT WE ADOPT THIS POLICY AND I RECON THIS IS THE ONLY WAY WHICH WE CAN BUILD UP A STRONG TEAM.