Dilruwan Perera

Cricket World Player of the Week - Shikhar Dhawan

India opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan is the Cricket World Player of the Week for setting up a massive 304 run victory in the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle.
31 July 2017

Cricket World Player of the Week - Dilruwan Perera

Sri Lankan off-spinner Dilruwan Perera bags the Cricket World Player of the Week award for leading his team to a historic series victory against Australia after winning the second Test in Galle by a massive 229-run margin.
8 August 2016

Sri Lanka Solid After Dilruwan Perera Takes Five

Sri Lanka closed day two of the first Test in Galle on 99 for one after Dilruwan Perera took his second five-wicket haul in as many innings to help bowl Pakistan out for 451.
7 August 2014

Perera Bowls Sri Lanka To Big Lead Despite Amla Ton

Hashim Amla became the first South African captain to score a Test century in Sri Lanka but the home side had built a commanding lead of 150 runs by stumps on day three of the second and final Test in Colombo.
26 July 2014

Dilruwan Perera Replaces Tharanga

Sri Lanka have called up Dilruwan Perera in place of Upul Tharanga ahead of the decisive third One-Day International against South Africa in Hambantota.
11 July 2014

Sri Lanka Complete Crushing Innings Win

Sri Lanka completed an innings-and-248-run victory over Bangladesh on day four of the opening Test in Mirpur, where the home side were bowled out for 250 in their second innings.
30 January 2014

Pakistan Solid After Sri Lanka Declare

Sri Lankan batsmen Angelo Mathews and Dilruwan Perera both missed centuries before their side declared on day two of the third and final Test against Pakistan, who closed on 19 without loss, in Sharjah.
17 January 2014

Dilruwan Perera Confirmed As Murali's Replacement

The ICC has confirmed the Technical Committee of the ICC World Twenty20 2007 has approved Dilruwan Perera as a replacement player for Muttiah...
4 September 2007

Sri Lanka A Cruise Past Worcestershire

An assured fifty from Dilruwan Perera helped Sri Lanka A to their second victory of their tour of England, after Akalanka Ganagema and Ishura Amerasinghe...
14 July 2007