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.
Sri Lankan cricketer Amal Athulathmudali wrote his name into Houldsworth Ribblesdale League history with the highest ever Senior League innings ever recorded by smashing 275 in just 106 balls out of Salesbury’s 438-7 in 45 overs.
Sangakkara at a Charity Cycle Ride
Thisara Perera and his wife Sherami bake Christmas cake at the Heritance Kandalama hotel on September 1, 2014.
Lasith Malinga celebrates his 31st birthday on August 28, 2014.
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.
The need to change the head coach so late in the game is baffling. With just months before February's World Cup one wonders just how much of an impact a new coach can have.
No Lasith Malinga, who has chosen to represent Mumbai Indians. No Tillakaratne Dilshan either, personal issues being the reason. But Southern Express, Sri Lankan representatives in the Champions League Twenty20 qualifiers starting in Raipur on Saturday (September 13), are still pretty gung-ho about their chances against Mumbai Indians, Northern Knights and Lahore Lions.
Sri Lanka's 1996 World Cup legends Arjuna Ranatunga and Asanka Gurusinha visit Papua New Guinea in August of 2014 to promote the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 which will be held in New Zealand and Australia.
Fans cheering the Sri Lankan team as they get into bus after series victory against Pakistan.