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APRIL 07, 2014

Two gentlemen of Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka pulled together as a team in the World T20 to give Jayawardene and Sangakkara the farewell they deserve
Well done, good and faithful servants of the nation © ICC
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APRIL 03, 2014

Here's to Herath

Stocky, unassuming, and bearing something of the air of the Sunday cricketer about him, Rangana Herath is the antithesis of the star Sri Lankan cricketer
MARCH 19, 2014

Lahore, five years on

The loss of international cricket in Pakistan since the terror attack on the Sri Lankan team bus has been cruel on the country's fans and the rest of the cricket world
MARCH 11, 2014

Is supporting the opposition a crime?

Which sporting team you support is deeply personal, and tied in to your sense of identity
MARCH 02, 2014

There's something about cricket's artists

In the heat of battle, with the outcome in the balance, many fans will clap an opponent's shot if it is sufficiently beauteous
JANUARY 31, 2014

From 'sarong Johnnie' to national icon

By refusing to back down, Arjuna Ranatunga proved to the opposition and his own team that Sri Lanka had earned the right to compete as equals
JANUARY 06, 2014

Murali magic at The Oval

He could spin it on the M4, they said. Come the Oval Test in 1998, he proved them right
DECEMBER 01, 2013

Why Galle matters

There are few cricket venues more beautiful than the Galle International Stadium, a ground that has a special place in Sri Lankan hearts
NOVEMBER 04, 2013

Baila arrives at Lord's

When Sri Lanka played their first Test at Lord's, in 1984, a 16-year-old discovered the joy of being a supporter
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