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SLC Inter-Provincial Tournament 2009-10

Basnahira North qualify for final

Apr 27, 2010: A round-up of the fourth set of matches in the SLC Inter-Provincial Tournament 2009-10

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Victoria v Wayamba, Champions League, Group D, New Delhi

Victoria lose but qualify to next stage

Oct 13, 2009: Victoria qualified to the next stage despite losing to Wayamba, who are eliminated, in a low-scoring scrap on a slow-and-low pitch

The Bulletin by Siddarth Ravindran

Sri Lanka Cricket Inter-Provincial Tournament 2008-09

Wayamba and Basnahira North qualify for final

Mar 16, 2009: A round-up of the fifth round of matches of the 2008-09 Inter-Provincial tournament

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Sri Lanka in Pakistan 2008-09

Sri Lanka name two newcomers for Pakistan Tests

Feb 3, 2009: Tharanga Paranavitana and Suranga Lakmal force their way into the side, with Michael Vandort and Dammika Prasad being cut from the squad

ESPNcricinfo staff

Sri Lanka - Marks out of ten

The summer of Mendis

Aug 12, 2008: Cricinfo runs the rule over Sri Lanka's contributors to the 2-1 success

Jamie Alter

Sri Lanka v India, 2nd Test, Galle

Sri Lanka weak at the top

Aug 4, 2008: Sri Lanka's opening batsmen failed to provide starts in three innings and their new-ball bowlers could not prevent Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir from rapidly building a platform

Jamie Alter in Galle

Marks out of ten - Sri Lanka

Jayawardene and Sangakarra bat on ... and on

Dec 22, 2007: Andrew Miller's report card on Sri Lanka's individual performances in the three-Test series

Andrew Miller

Sri Lanka v England, 2nd Test, Colombo, 3rd day

Jayawardene's records set up Sri Lanka

Dec 11, 2007: The third day at the SSC couldn't have gone much better for Mahela Jayawardene. His unbeaten 167 led Sri Lanka to a 28-run lead over England with six wickets remaining and in the process he became his country's leading run scorer

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Sri Lanka v England, 2nd Test, Colombo, 3rd day

Jayawardene masterclass puts Sri Lanka on top

Dec 11, 2007: Mahela Jayawardene made England toil with a magnificent 167, his 20th in Tests, remaining unbeaten at stumps on the third day as Sri Lanka grafted their way into a dominant position at Colombo

The Bulletin by Will Luke

Sri Lanka v England, 2nd Test, Colombo

Jayawardene puts faith in young charges

Dec 8, 2007: Sri Lanka has the rare honour of going into a Test match with the world's best batsman and best bowler in their ranks, as they prepare to take on England in the second Test at the SSC on Sunday

Sa'adi Thawfeeq in Colombo

Sri Lanka v England, 1st Test, Kandy, 3rd day

Sri Lanka build lead on Murali's record day

Dec 3, 2007: Sri Lanka lead by 78 after the third day at Kandy following a half-century from Sanath Jayasuriya, which followed Muttiah Muralitharan's record-breaking wicket earlier in the day

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

Australia v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Brisbane, 4th day

Old-fashioned Vandort proves his worth

Nov 11, 2007: Sri Lanka started the fourth day searching for ways to deter Australia for six sessions and the Vandort method of crease occupation was perfect

Peter English at the Gabba

Australia v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Brisbane, 4th day

Vandort, rain and bad light frustrate Australia

Nov 11, 2007: Michael Vandort gave Australia's new-look attack its first real examination, forcing the players to work a full five-day week with his resilient 82 before he became Stuart MacGill's 200th Test wicket

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale

Indians v Sri Lanka A, Leicester, 3rd day

Jaffer and Gambhir help Indians to a draw

Aug 5, 2007: Warding off a scare before the final Test at The Oval, the Indian batsmen made 187 for 6 and managed a hard-fought draw on the final day of their tour game at Grace Road

The Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan at Grace Road

Indians v Sri Lanka A, Leicester, 1st day

Bose and Powar share honours as Indians dominate

Aug 3, 2007: A couple of understudies took centre-stage on the opening day of the tour match at Grace Road, allowing the Indians to gain the upper hand against Sri Lanka A

The Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan at Grace Road

India A and Sri Lanka A in Kenya, 2007

Kaif leads strong India A team

Jul 30, 2007: A strong India A side full of international experience take on Kenya for two three-day games, the first of which gets underway on August 5, and will be joined on the tour by Sri Lanka A for a triangular one-day series later in the month

ESPNcricinfo staff

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Colombo, 2nd day

Ton-heavy Sri Lanka eye crushing win

Jun 26, 2007: Sri Lanka ground down the visitors in humid conditions, with 125 runs coming in the first session, 107 in the second and 118 in the third as the lead swelled to 488

The Bulletin by Sriram Veera

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Colombo, 1st day

Hard work paid off, says Vandort

Jun 25, 2007: Michael Vandort played his last Test over a year ago and it could have stayed that way had Upul Tharanga not broken a bone in his foot in the build-up to the first Test

ESPNcricinfo staff

Michael Vandort refuses to take no for an answer

Back with a vengeance

Jun 25, 2007: It was the naked hunger and opportunism of Vandort that was the most compelling story of the day

Charlie Austin

Bangladesh in Sri Lanka, 2007

Vandort to open in first Test

Jun 22, 2007: Michael Vandort, the Sri Lankan opener, will replace the injured Upul Tharanga for the first Test against Bangladesh which begins on June 25

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