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Sunday, April 24, 2016
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Sri Lanka Test opener Kaushal Silva was knocked out stone cold during a two-day practice match played at Pallekele Stadium yesterday when he was hit on the back of his head by a ball while fielding at his customary position at short leg.
WZRD
Sunday, April 24, 2016
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KUMAR Sangakkara produced a batting master-class at The Oval as he made 171 to help Surrey dominate Sunday's first day of their County Championship Division One fixture against Somerset. It was the 38-year-old Sri Lankan's 56th first-class hundred and his highest Championship score...
WZRD
Sunday, April 24, 2016
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Western Province North captain and vice-captain, Sammu Ashan and Jehan Daniel excelled with both bat and ball on Sunday as the second set of SLC Super 19 Provincial Tournament 2016 matches were commenced in Colombo and its suburbs.
DDJW
Sunday, April 24, 2016
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මහනුවර පැවති පුහුණු තරඟයක් අතරතුර පන්දුවක් හිසේ වැදුණු ක්‍රීඩක කෞෂාල් සිල්වා ගේ තත්වය අසාධ්‍ය නැති බව ශ්‍රී ලංකා ක්‍රිකට් බලධාරීහු පවසති.
Madura
Sunday, April 24, 2016
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Sri Lanka batsman Kaushal Silva has been airlifted to a Colombo hospital, after being struck on the head during a practice match at Pallekele. Initial CAT scans suggested Silva was out of danger, but he will continue to be monitored as a precautionary measure.
Daniel Alexander
Sunday, April 24, 2016
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A 38-member delegation led by Speaker of Sri Lanka Karu Jayasuriya called on Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan here at the Governor House on Saturday. The governor called for resumption of cricketing ties between Pakistan and Sri Lanka and that this should start from Karachi.
abcofcric
Sunday, April 24, 2016
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As a nation, Sri Lanka has suffered for many decades due to the exodus of our best talented professionals to affluent nations. Economists call it brain drain. Gradually it has hit cricket too as we have seen some of our best in the sport migrating to other nations.
Daniel Alexander
Sunday, April 24, 2016
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If things work out the way they are being planned then the present elected body of Sri Lanka Cricket will not have a long run in office. The Sunday Observer learns that moves are a foot with government backing to change the constitution and the voting system of Sri Lanka Cricket.
Daniel Alexander