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Former Sri Lanka cricket captains Bandula Warnapura and Roshan Mahanama gave their invaluable thoughts on coaching and inculcating discipline at the inauguration of IAPC & M-SL (International Authority for Professional Coaching & Mentoring – Sri Lanka) at Hotel Galadari recently.

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson admitted that playing Sri Lanka on their home turf would be a tough challenge. The Black Caps are in Sri Lanka for a series of two Tests which is part of the ICC World Test Championship and three T20 Internationals. The first Test begins at Galle on August 14.

Wednesday, 07 August 2019 08:11

Match ticket sales for New Zealand tour

The match tickets for the ‘New Zealand tour of Sri Lanka’ is now available online and can be purchased by visiting www.srilankacricket.lk, states a media release from Sri Lanka Cricket.

Sri Lanka after all will have an interim coach for the upcoming series against New Zealand.

A two-member security delegation of Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC)will reach Karachi on Wednesday to decide if it is safe for its national team to tour Pakistan in October for a round of the ICC World Test Championship.

Thrust into the one-day captaincy for the Cricket World Cup on the performance of his excellent leadership qualities displayed in the Test series in South Africa where Sri Lanka became the first team from the subcontinent to win a series 2-0, Dimuth Karunaratne now seems to have extended that arm to ODI cricket as well.

New Zealand begin their World Test Championship campaign in Sri Lanka, a country in which they haven’t played long-form cricket in seven years.

Tuesday, 30 July 2019 06:01

Final ODI dedicated to Nuwan Kulasekara

Sri Lanka Cricket will dedicate the 3rd ODI between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh on behalf of fast bowler Nuwan Kulasekara, who announced his retirement from international cricket.

One of the greatest one-day fast bowlers produced by Sri Lanka Lasith Malinga made a fairy tale end to his ODI career by capturing the final Bangladesh wicket to give his country an emphatic 91 runs win in the first ODI played at the R Premadasa Stadium yesterday.

All good things they say must come to an end and on this occasion One-Day International (ODI) cricket will bade farewell to legendary fast bowler Lasith Malinga when he makes his 226th and last ODI appearance for this country in the first match of the series against Bangladesh under lights at the R Premadasa Stadium today.

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