“Sky is the limit” for talented Sri Lankans - Stuart Law

Stuart Law, Sri Lanka's 41-year-old new assistant coach, has played 6 times more First Class matches than his new boss Trevor Bayliss, but has no qualms in assisting him. In fact, Law considers it as

Sri Lanka seeded second, Australia ninth in next year's Twenty20 WC

Sri Lanka have been seeded second behind reigning World Twenty20 champions Pakistan for next year's Twenty20 WC in the West Indies. The runners up of this year’s Twenty20 World Cup will open thei

2011 World Cup semi-final at Khettarama Stadium

Three games each in Sooriyawewa and Pallekelle ICC representatives will be in Sri Lanka between November 11 and 25 to ascertain the progress of work for the 2011 World Cup which will also be held i

Jayasuriya vows to fight on, facing uncertain future in cricket

With his future as an international cricketer in serious doubt, veteran Sanath Jayasuriya vowed not to give in, saying his international cricket career is far from over. Members of the national select

Will this be the end of Sanath Jayasuriya's reign?

Sanath Jayasuriya, the oldest player in modern cricket is to miss his usual position as the opening batsman during the upcoming One day series in India. Speaking at a press briefing held in Colombo

Jayasuriya's future under scrutiny

Sanath Jayasuriya's cricketing future has been put in the balance with Sri Lanka's selectors saying today that his days as an opener are effectively over and that following the upcoming tour of India

Security for SL players in Cuttack ODI to be strengthened

The Indian and Sri Lankan cricketers will be provided additional security during their stay for the third ODI of the bilateral series scheduled to be held here on December 21. "Since some Indian pl

Stuart Law edges Prasad to become SL assistant coach

Former Australia batsman Stuart Law has been appointed assistant coach for the Sri Lankan cricket team, edging out Venkatesh Prasad - the recently deposed Indian team bowling coach - for the spot. Law

BCCI releases itinerary for Sri Lanka test tour

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) released the itinerary for Sri Lanka's test and one-day tour starting next month. Sri Lanka will play three tests, five one-day internationals and t

Kandamby, Fernando to earn Test calls for India series

Prolific left hander Thilina Kandamby will be rewarded shortly for his unwavering consistency by national cricket selectors who are set to name the 27-year old in the Sri Lanka test squad for a tour o

New fielding coach for Sri Lankan cricket team

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has appointed former Olympic baseball player Gavin Fingleson as its fielding coach, SLC announced this evening. Fingleson has played professional baseball in the US and Taiw

Sangakkara awaiting Indian challenge

There isn't a single current international captain playing the Champions League T20, but one of them is around. Kumar Sangakkara, the Sri Lankan skipper is in a new avatar here: as commentator. He spo

Mumbai to stage 2011 ODI World Cup final

Mumbai will host the final and Mohali one of the semi-finals, according to the allocation of India's share of matches in the 2011 cricket World Cup announced on Wednesday. Sri Lanka will host 12 an

Lehmann, Law, Jones Short-listed for Sri Lanka Team Job

Former Australian cricket star Darren Lehmann who abused Sri Lankan cricketers publicly calling them “Black Cunts” six years ago is ironically to be interviewed shortly by the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC)

Did Kumar Sangakkara do a good job on commentary today?

Yes, he was amazing!
74% (476 votes)
No, didn't think much of him.
19% (122 votes)
Sanga was on TV?
6% (41 votes)
Total votes: 639