Most popular Sri Lanka cricket content of 2012

By Staff Writers | January 1, 2013

Here are some of Island Cricket's most popular content of 2012.

Australian PM hosts Sri Lanka cricket team at her residence
Melbourne-based photographer Johan Jayasinha's collection of photographs of the Sri Lankan team's visit to Aussie PM Julia Gillard's residence in February.
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Why we root for Sri Lanka
Meet a few of Sri Lanka’s non-Sri Lankan fans.
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Captain requests unknown 18-year-old in Sri Lanka WT20 squad
An unknown 18-year-old makes it into Sri Lanka's ICC World Twenty20 2012 squad.
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The Boy and the Sea
Orphaned by the sea, a teenager from Sri Lanka defies all odds to excel on the cricket field
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Sri Lanka still top priority for Lasith Malinga
Malinga spoke exclusively to Island Cricket in April to quell the speculation over him not accepting an SLC contract
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Sri Lanka to play Boxing Day Test at the MCG
In February, Island Cricket's Damith Samarakoon was the first to report that Sri Lanka would be allocated a Boxing Day Test in Australia.
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Arjuna Ranatunga in his younger days
Arjuna's son Dhyan shares several rare photos from the family album.
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Cricketers help with reconciliation efforts in previously war-torn north
Sri Lankan cricketers assist the war-ravaged north of Sri Lanka.
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Several clubs in Sri Lanka to lose first-class status
Changes to Sri Lanka's domestic cricket structure will see many club lose first-class status.
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Unpaid Sri Lankan cricketers are 'dead broke' - report
In January, the plight of Sri Lanka's unpaid cricketers shocked the world
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More: Best of 2012

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