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Aluthgamage wants probe on match fixing allegations

  Sports Minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage wants Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) to probe the match-fixing allegations, involving Sri Lanka, by British journalist Ed Hawkins in his recent book. The ministry spokesman Harsha B Abeykoon said that Aluthgamage wants the media stories probed and reported to him. However, the SLC chief executive officer Ajith Jayasekera said that [...]

Centurion Dilshan sinks Kiwis for ODI series win

  Tillakaratne Dilshan made a sparkling 102, his 14th One-Day International hundred, and put on 127 for the unfinished fourth wicket stand with Angelo Mathews as Sri Lanka overpowered New Zealand by seven wickets in the third One-Day International in Pallekele on Tuesday (November 6). Sri Lanka, who were set a revised target of 197 [...]

Sri Lanka win via D/L method

  Rain played spoilsport for the 3rd time during New Zealand’s tour of Sri Lanka, but this time the match yielded a result as Sri Lanka, chasing New Zealand’s score of 250 got to 118/3 in the 23rd over before heavy rains settled in and no further play was possible, won the game by 14 [...]

ICC approves day night Test cricket

  The International Cricket Council (ICC) has approved day/night Test cricket as part of new playing conditions for Tests, One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) which will take effect with the series between Sri Lanka and New Zealand this month. The amendments have been approved by the ICC Board following proposals made by the ICC Cricket [...]

Sri Lanka pumped up for Asian Rugby Sevens

By Easwaran Rutnam Pic by Dennis Muthuthanthri The Sri Lanka rugby sevens national team is pumped up for the Asian Rugby Sevens tournament in Singapore this week and are hopeful of pulling off a surprise to qualify for the 2013 Rugby World Cup in Moscow. Sri Lanka coach Ben Gollins, speaking to The Sunday Leader [...]

Sanga: I Would Have Loved The Experience Of A Five-Test Series

Richard Browne in conversationwith Kumar Sangakkara Q: Given the prestige attached to World Cup victories, does Test cricket suffer for the absence of that ultimate pinnacle (excluding the Ashes of course). Is the World Test championship the only answer, or is that a flawed concept in itself? A: No and no. Putting it back has [...]

Gold Medallist Mahé Drysdale Auctions Winning Jersey In Colombo For Charity

Gold Medallist at the 2012 Olympics and five-time Rowing World Champion Mahé Drysdale auctioned his Olympic Jersey in Colombo in a bid to raise funds for Children affected by Cerebral Palsy. The sporting idol who is in the island on an invitation by t-sips, raised Rs. 2.35m for the Cerebral Palsy Lankan Foundation (CPLF) by [...]

Joes Banking OnExperience This Season

School Cricket Season 2012/13 – St Joseph’s College St. Joseph’s College with a star studded batting line up are hoping to remain unbeaten and finish among the top five teams in the current inter school under 19 cricket season. This year they have retained the services of some of their more senior players and with [...]

Chaminda Vaas To Assist Kiwi Bowlers On Sri Lankan Tour

New Zealand has taken on Chaminda Vaas as their assistant bowling coach for the two-match Test series in Sri Lanka. He will assist Shane Bond, who was appointed bowling coach last week, for the last part of their five-week tour, which begins with the one-off Twenty20 international on October 30. “We wanted someone with experience [...]

Thilan scores landmark Test run

  Sri Lankan batsman Thilan Samaraweera wrote his name into the cricket history books against England by scoring the two millionth run in Test cricket. He brought up the milestone with a nudged four to fine leg off Steve Finn at the end of the 10th over of the day on Tuesday. The 35-year-old went [...]

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