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A smile was never far from Makhaya Ntini's face during his career

Zimbabwe news

Zimbabwe rope in Ntini, Atapattu as coaches

A news report on the Zimbabwe Cricket website says they have recruited Makhaya Ntini and Marvan Atapattu to be assistant coach and batting consultant respectively

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Marvan Atapattu and Angelo Mathews plot Sri Lanka's progress

Sri Lanka news

Atapattu resigns as Sri Lanka coach

Marvan Atapattu has resigned as Sri Lanka coach, Sri Lanka Cricket has announced. His resignation was accepted by the board

Mahela Jayawardene leaves to a standing ovation

Sri Lanka in New Zealand 2014-15

SL hope to solve ODI opener riddle in NZ Tests

Sri Lanka head coach Marvan Atapattu has said that the tour of New Zealand was always going to be a challenge for his team, but welcomed it as a timely one that will help them prepare for the World Cup

Sachithra Senanayake carried on regardless having been reported for throwing at Lord's

Sri Lanka v England, 5th ODI, Pallekele

Atapattu backs Senanayake comeback

Sri Lanka coach Marvan Atapattu expressed confidence that Sachithra Senanayake will return successfully to international cricket, after the ICC cleared the spinner's remodeled action.

Angelo Mathews and Marvan Atapattu have a chat

Sri Lanka in India 2014-15

Mathews expects tough India tour

In the absence of Lasith Malinga and Rangana Herath, the Sri Lankan team management is hoping for the experienced batsmen to flourish and inexperienced bowlers to step up

Sri Lanka head coach Marvan Atapattu speaks at a press conference

Sri Lanka news

Atapattu eyes transparency in SL job

Transparency will be a hallmark of his tenure as Sri Lanka coach, Marvan Atapattu has said, as he sought to alleviate concerns that local coaches are vulnerable to manipulation in an environment fraught with politics

Marvan Atapattu uses the dog thrower at a training session

Sri Lanka news

Atapattu appointed SL head coach

Marvan Atapattu's appointment as Sri Lanka's first full-time local coach in 15 years has been confirmed by Sri Lanka Cricket, following a six-week vetting process, and his three-month tenure as interim coach