Sri Lanka

India-Sri Lanka Dates Confirmed

Cuttack will host the opening India-Sri Lanka One-Day International on 2nd November before the series moves on to Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Ranchi.
25 October 2014

Sri Lanka Win Shortened Opener

Sri Lanka Women won the first Twenty20 International against South Africa Women by seven runs after the match was reduced to 13 overs per side in Colombo.
23 October 2014

Younus Khan Century Sets Up Pakistan

Younus Khan became the first Pakistani to score a Test century against all other Test-playing nations as he helped his side close day one of the first Test against Australia in Dubai on 219 for four.
22 October 2014

Four Changes In Sri Lanka ODI Squad

Sri Lanka have made four changes in naming a One-Day International squad for the first three matches in India next month.
22 October 2014

Sri Lanka Name Squad For T20s

Sri Lanka have named a 14-strong women's squad for the three-match Twentyy20 International series against South Africa that gets underway tomorrow (23rd October).
22 October 2014

South Africa Seal Series Win

South Africa Women beat Sri Lanka Women by five wickets in the fourth and final One-Day International in Colombo to seal a 2-1 series success.
21 October 2014

Sri Lanka Level With Four-Wicket Win

Sri Lanka Women levelled their One-Day International series with South Africa Women by winning the third match in Colombo by four wickets.
19 October 2014

Sri Lanka Set To Tour India

Sri Lanka will head to India for a five-match One-Day International series, stepping in at short notice after the West Indies abandoned their tour of India.
17 October 2014

South Africa Win Opener By 53 Runs

South Africa Women beat Sri Lanka Women by 53 runs in the first One-Day International in Colombo, scoring their first ICC Women's Championship points in the process.
15 October 2014

Date Change For Colombo ODI

The fourth One-Day International between Sri Lanka and England at the R Premadesa Stadium in Colombo has been shifted from the 6th to 7th December.
9 October 2014

Sri Lanka Name Women's Squad

Sri Lanka have named a 14-strong squad for their upcoming series of four One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals against South Africa Women.
9 October 2014

Sri Lanka Claim Asian Games Gold Medal

Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 68 runs to claim the gold medal in the Asian Games men's cricket competition in Incheon, South Korea.
3 October 2014

Sri Lanka Confirm Marvan Atapattu As Head Coach

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) have confirmed that Marvan Atapattu has been appointed as head coach and will continue to take charge of the team as they begin their World Cup build-up.
24 September 2014

Sri Lanka Close To Confirming Coach Appointment

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) have narrowed their shortlist of candidates for the head coach's position to two men, including Marvan Atapattu.
23 September 2014

SLC Hand Vithanage One-Year Suspended Sentence

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) have handed batsman Kithuruwan Vithanage a one-year suspended sentence for breaching the board's Code of Conduct.
16 September 2014

Sri Lanka Name Women's Squad

Sri Lanka Women have named a 22-player squad for their upcoming series against South Africa, where both sides will get their ICC Women's Championship campaigns underway.
13 September 2014

Comment - Sanath Jayasuriya, The Scourge Of Indian Cricket

The greatest irony of my cricket watching journey has been that I became a fan of it because of a player who rarely gave me a moment to enjoy an Indian victory against Sri Lanka.
12 September 2014

Cricket World Player Of The Week - Thisara Perera

Sri Lankan all-rounder Thisara Perera has been named as the Cricket World Player Of The Week after a brace of superb performances against Pakistan.
1 September 2014

Sri Lanka Brush Aside Pakistan To Clinch Series

Sri Lanka clinched a come-from-behind 2-1 series win by thumping Pakistan by seven wickets in the decisive third One-Day International in Dambulla, bowling their tourists out for just 102.
30 August 2014

Sri Lanka Unchanged, Ajmal May Return

Sri Lanka have named an unchanged 15-man squad for the decisive third One-Day International against Pakistan on Saturday 30th August in Dambulla.
28 August 2014