Kusal Perera goes on the offensive

Sri Lanka news

Kaluwitharana bets big on young SL trio

Sri Lanka A coach Romesh Kaluwitharana felt Kithuruwan Vithanage, Kusal Perera and Ashan Priyanjan were ready to take the next step towards nailing down their places in the senior team

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Hayley Matthews hammers the ball during her fifty

Sri Lanka v West Indies, 3rd Women's T20I, Colombo

All-round Matthews leads West Indies to series win

Hayley Matthews' all-round performance led West Indies women to a nine-wicket win against Sri Lanka in Colombo, to wrap up the three-match T20 series 2-1

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Jonty Rhodes prepares for a warm-up session

Sri Lanka news

Rhodes in Sri Lanka for short coaching stint

Jonty Rhodes, the former South Africa batsman and current Mumbai Indians fielding coach, will be in Sri Lanka from Tuesday for a 10-day stint as fielding coach ahead of the side's home series against Pakistan next month

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Stafanie Taylor takes the aerial route during her 95

Sri Lanka v West Indies, 2nd Women's T20I, Colombo

Taylor, Dottin star in series-levelling win

Fifties from Deandra Dottin and Stafanie Taylor helped West Indies Women beat Sri Lanka Women by eight wickets and level the three-match T20I series 1-1

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Dilani Manodara plays a shot

Sri Lanka v West Indies, 1st Women's T20, Colombo

Sri Lanka take lead with D/L win

Sri Lanka women beat West Indies women by five runs in a rain-affected match in Colombo, to lead the three-match series 1-0

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Shan Masood cuts the ball off the back foot

Sri Lanka A v Pakistan A, 3rd unofficial Test, Dambulla, 2nd day

Masood, Amin tons drive Pakistan A to lead

Umar Amin and Shan Masood hit contrasting centuries to give Pakistan A a strong lead against Sri Lanka A on the second day of their third unofficial Test in Dambulla

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Chamari Atapattu plays the flick

WI Women in Sri Lanka 2015

Prabodhini, Hasini added to SL Women T20 squad

Sri Lanka Women added Udeshika Prabodhani and Hasini Perera in their 14-member squad for the Twenty20 series against West Indies Women