Sri Lanka

Rangana Herath To Miss Pakistan ODIs

Sri Lanka Cricket have confirmed that left-arm spinner Rangana Herath will miss the upcoming One-Day International series against Pakistan.
13 December 2013

Afridi Takes Pakistan Over The Line In Dubai

A magnificent maximum from Shahid Afridi gave Pakistan a last-over victory in the first of two Twenty20 Internationals against Sri Lanka.
11 December 2013

Farbrace Set For Sri Lanka Talks

Yorkshire have confirmed that Paul Farbrace has been given permission to talk to Sri Lanka Cricket as they search for a new head coach.
7 December 2013

Sri Lanka Name Squads For Pakistan Games

Sri Lanka have named their Twenty20 and One-Day International squads to play Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates in December.
25 November 2013

Dilshan, Perera Win Series For Sri Lanka

Tillakaratne Dilshan and Kushal Perera hit half-centuries as Sri Lanka rounded off a soggy series of games against New Zealand with an eight-wicket win in the second and final Twenty20 International.
21 November 2013

Sri Lanka-New Zealand T20I Washed Out

The first Twenty20 International between Sri Lanka and New Zealand in Pallekele was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to rain.
19 November 2013

Rambukwella Called Up To Sri Lanka T20 Squad

Sri Lanka have called up uncapped off-spinner Ramith Rambukwella for the two-match Twenty20 International series against New Zealand.
17 November 2013

Sri Lanka Win Rain-Affected Finale

Sri Lanka won the third and final One-Day International against New Zealand by 36 runs on the Duckworth/Lewis method to take a share of the series.
16 November 2013

Sri Lanka Unchanged For Final ODI

Sri Lanka have named an unchanged 16-man squad for the third and final One-Day International against New Zealand in Dambulla.
14 November 2013

New Zealand Win Rain-Soaked Thriller

Brilliance from Tom Latham, Nathan McCullum and Luke Ronchi took New Zealand to a last-ball win in a heavily rain-affected second One-Day International against Sri Lanka.
12 November 2013

Rain Ruins Opening One-Day International

The first One-Day International between Sri Lanka and New Zealand in Hambantota was abandoned due to rain shortly after New Zealand began their innings.
10 November 2013

Atapattu, Davis Shortlisted For Sri Lanka Job

Marvan Atapattu and Mark Davis have been shortlisted for Sri Lanka's head coach job and will be invited for a second interview by Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC).
6 November 2013

South Africa Women Claim T20 Series

South Africa Women recovered from a position of 46 for five to win the third and final Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka Women by five wickets in Potchefstroom.
5 November 2013

Sri Lanka 'A' Beat Kenya 5-1

Sri Lanka 'A' beat Kenya 5-1 in their Twenty20 series after winning the penultimate match by five wickets and the final game being abandoned.
3 November 2013

Sri Lanka Record Maiden Win On Tour Of South Africa

Led by their captain Shashikala Siriwardene, Sri Lankan Women kept the Twenty20 International series against South Africa Women alive by winning the second match in Potchefstroom.
2 November 2013

Kenya Take First Win After Sri Lankans Win Series

Kenya won the fifth Twenty20 game against Sri Lanka 'A' by six wickets in a last-ball thriller after the Sri Lankans had already won the series with a nine-wicket win in game four.
1 November 2013

Proteas Win Again Over Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Women remain winless on their tour of South Africa after the hosts followed up their 2-0 triumph in the ODI series by winning the opening T20 International at Senwes Park.
31 October 2013

Double Success For Sri Lankans

Sri Lanka 'A' won both the second and third Twenty20 matches against Kenya as they dominated the first of three double-headers.
29 October 2013

Final South Africa-Sri Lanka ODI Abandoned

Rain in Potchefstroom denied South Africa Women the chance to go for a 3-0 series clean sweep over Sri Lanka as the third and final One-Day International was abandoned.
28 October 2013

Sri Lankans Ease To Win Over Kenya

Sri Lanka 'A' eased to an six-wicket win over Kenya in the first of seven Twenty20 matches in Colombo despite the returning Steve Tikolo hitting 44 in 40 balls.
28 October 2013

 
 
 
 
 
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