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Dambulla to return as international venue

Jun 11, 2013: International men's cricket will return to Dambulla International Stadium in November after a three-year hiatus

ESPNcricinfo staff

Sri Lanka Triangular Series 2010

Dambulla floodlights improved for tri-series

Aug 14, 2010: The floodlights at the Rangiri Dambulla Stadium, which had come in for plenty of criticism during the Asia Cup, have been revamped for the current tri-series

Siddarth Ravindran in Dambulla

Asia Cup 2010

Sri Lanka Cricket defends Dambulla lights

Jun 23, 2010: The low intensity of floodlights at the Rangiri Dambulla Stadium has been a talking point during the Asia Cup, and it could be a factor in Thursday's final as well

Siddarth Ravindran in Dambulla

Sri Lanka v India, Asia Cup final, 2010

History favours Sri Lanka

Jun 23, 2010: A stats preview of the Asia Cup final between India and Sri Lanka in Dambulla

Madhusudhan Ramakrishnan

Advantage Sri Lanka

Jun 11, 2010: Home conditions could give Sri Lanka the edge in the Asia Cup, a tournament in which they have been the best team in the last 15 years

Madhusudhan Ramakrishnan

Sports minister intervenes

Sri Lankan board acquires Dambulla stadium

Jun 13, 2007: The controversial Rangiri Dambulla International Cricket Stadium has been finally acquired by Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) following the intervention of Gamini Lokuge,the Sports Minister

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Sri Lanka v India, Indian Oil Cup, Dambulla

Indian batsmen can't match the rhythm of the stands

Aug 3, 2005: Roving Reporter from Sri Lanka's match against India in Dambulla

Nagraj Gollapudi in Dambulla

Sri Lanka A v Pakistan A, 2nd Test, Dambulla

Test ends in draw despite Bazid century

Apr 13, 2005: The second Test between Sri Lanka A and Pakistan A at Dambulla ended in a draw, despite a late burst of wickets from Charitha Bandara and Jehan Mubarak

ESPNcricinfo staff

Sri Lanka A v Pakistan A, 2nd Test, Dambulla

Wickets tumble as early finish beckons

Apr 11, 2005: Sri Lanka A's offspinner, Suraj Mohamed, and the Pakistan A paceman, Mohammad Asif, both excelled with the ball as the second unofficial Test at the Rangiri Dambulla Stadium headed for an exciting - and early - finish

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Sri Lanka A v Pakistan A, 2nd Test, Dambulla

Seventh-wicket pair rescues Sri Lanka A

Apr 11, 2005: Prasanna Jayawardene and Gayan Wijekoon came together in a face-savingseventh wicket stand to help Sri Lanka A finish on 175 for 6 at the end of the opening day of the second unofficial cricket Test against Pakistan 'A' at Dambulla

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Provincial Tournament 2004/05

North Central triumph after tense finale

Mar 3, 2005: Mahela Jayawardene's North Central Province clinched the Provincial Tournament after a tense third day's play in Dambulla

ESPNcricinfo staff

Provincial Tournament 2004/05

Perera and Kulasekera shine in Dambulla

Mar 1, 2005: Wickets tumbled on the opening day of the Provincial Tournament final, with Ruchira Perera first jogging the memory of the selectors with a five-wicket haul that included a hat-trick and helped Central Province bowl out North Central Province for

ESPNcricinfo staff

Provincial Tournament 2004/05

Perera and Kulasekera shine in Dambulla

Mar 1, 2005: Wickets tumbled on the opening day of the Provincial Tournament final, with Ruchira Perera first jogging the memory of the selectors with a five-wicket haul that included a hat-trick and helped Central Province bowl out North Central Province for

ESPNcricinfo staff

Sri Lanka v South Africa, 4th ODI, Dambulla

Atapattu may miss latest match

Aug 27, 2004: With the five-match one-day series already in the bag, Sri Lanka are set to rest Marvan Atapattu - their captain and matchwinner in the last game with 97 not out - and Chaminda Vaas from the fourth match at Dambulla on Saturday, a move that South

Preview by Charlie Austin at Dambulla

Sri Lanka v South Africa, 3rd ODI, Dambulla

Atapattu stars as Sri Lanka win

Aug 25, 2004: Marvan Atapattu's wonderful 97 not out helped Sri Lanka to a win at Dambulla, giving them a decisive 3-0 lead in the series

Bulletin by Charlie Austin at Dambulla

South Africa v Sri Lanka, 3rd ODI, Dambulla

Gibbs gives South Africa pause for thought

Aug 24, 2004: The wretched form of Herschelle Gibbs leaves South Africa facing a serious selection dilemma as they try to lift themselves out of a rut - a losing run that stretches back seven games - and keep alive their series hopes in Dambulla on Wednesday

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Sri Lanka v UAE, Asia Cup, 4th match

Gunawardene stars at Dambulla

Jul 17, 2004: Sri Lanka beat UAE easily, by 116 runs, riding on the back of Avishka Gunawardene's fine 73

Bulletin by Amit Varma

India v UAE, Asia Cup, 2nd ODI

Late bloomer's masterclass

Jul 16, 2004: Usually, centuries compiled at quicker than a run a ball are frenetic affairs, but Dravid's effort today reached its crescendo with the smoothness of a mellow jazz composition

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

India v UAE, Asia Cup, Dambulla

Tendulkar's wicket valued at US$1000

Jul 15, 2004: As if the prospect of taking on one of the finest batting line-ups in the world was not incentive enough, the United Arab Emirates' bowlers are on course for a $US1000 cash bonus if one of them can dismiss Sachin Tendulkar in Friday's Asia Cup opener

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Sri Lanka v Australia, 2nd ODI, Dambulla

'Vaasy showed his class' - John Dyson

Feb 24, 2004: John Dyson, Sri Lanka's coach, has praised his team for pulling off a nail-biting one run victory against Australia, a result which he believes will be a major confidence-booster for the rest of the series

Sa'adi Thawfeeq
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