An old photo of former Sri Lankan cricketer and current Nepal coach Pubudu Dasanayake and his family with Mahela Jayawardene.
Thisara Perera with Kings XI Punjab players.
Let us not forget that this is not a team that represents Sri Lanka's best domestic T20 talent, nor is it Sri Lanka's best domestic T20 team — it was a team compiled for the farcical Super Fours tournament by the cricket board, just to ensure that a team from Sri Lanka would participate in the lucrative Indian league.
Mahela Jayawardene's secondary school Nalanda College organised a grand gala to honour his career at the Galadari Hotel in Colombo on September 13, 2014. Kumar Sangakkara gave the keynote speech.
CCC School of Cricket celebrated its 16th anniversary with their annual 8-a-side tournament in Colombo on September 12, 2014.
Lasith Malinga and Kieron Pollard In CLT20 Qualifier 2
Four Sri Lankan cricketers, in addition to the all-Sri Lankan 15-man Southern Express squad, are in India for the 2014 Champions League Twenty20 tournament, which begins with the qualifying round starting on September 13.
Northern Knights, the team from New Zealand, would start their 4pm game against Southern Express from Sri Lanka as the clear favourites, studded as they are with a plethora of their country's best cricketers.
Southern Express get candid into the selfie mode at Raipur
Lasith Malinga poses for a photograph with Mumbai Indians teammates ahead of Champions League T20 tournament in India, which gets underway on September 13, 2014.
After Pakistan’s bowling spearhead Saeed Ajmal became the latest bowler to be banned after undergoing biomechanical tests at one of the new ‘ICC preferred’ labs, it is clear now ICC