kusal perera

Forget Mubarak and focus on youth

As Adam Voges, the 35 year old Australian, raised his bat in jubilance after scoring a century on debut, I worried if it would help give another opportunity to Jehan Mubarak. Mubarak last played a Test for Sri Lanka in… 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 →

2013: Moments of Spectacles for Sri Lanka

Though the year 2013 didn’t go according to the plans for Sri Lanka, the Sri Lankan cricketers produced some spectacular display of incisive cricket to attest the existence of some soul in a rather dying sport in Sri Lanka.(or more… Continue Reading →

Sri Lanka's chance to stabilize the opening slot

With the 2015 world cup countdown already started, Sri Lanka would begin their fresh season against a depleted New Zealand side that has been battered by the Bangladeshis 3-0. It is a rare opportunity for the Sri Lankans, especially considering… Continue Reading →

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