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Sri Lanka Cricket's Refugee Camp

Dinesh Chandimal was earmarked as the next big thing in Sri Lanka. Lahiru Thirimanne was expected to be the next number three. But both of them have thwarted all the hopes the fans had placed on them. Whether they would… Continue Reading →

Sri Lanka's Anathematized Young Batsmen

Sri Lanka is quirky among Cricket Playing Nations. Among the Top Cricket Playing Nations, Sri Lanka has the least GDP; is the second least populated; has the worst domestic structure; and has the least number of International Stadiums.  Sri Lanka has a Sports… Continue Reading →

Mankading is all about Intellect vs Mind

Three nights ago Buttler was in the headlines for his titillating century that brought England within the vicinity of victory at Lords and Sachithra Senanayake found himself being Googled all over the world, after he was reported by the umpires… Continue Reading →

Kill or get Killed

8 years ago, in the United Kingdom when the summer sun was just starting to peep on the British Isle, Sri Lanka Cricket team lead by Mahela Jayawardane defeated England 5-0, making history. 8 years after the heroics, we find… Continue Reading →

Sri Lanka playing to the gallery?

The New Zealand series brought about an incredible opportunity for Sri Lanka to test their younger guns against a test playing team that has been attenuated. Everyone expected to see the youngsters getting a chance and play, but, what awaited… Continue Reading →

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