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Destined to rewrite all records

Jan 2, 2009: Mahela Jayawardene has yet to become the best that he can be, which is exciting to contemplate

Kumar Sangakkara

Short form, big stage

Aug 29, 2008: Why Twenty20 needs to make it to the Olympics if cricket is to be a truly global sport

Celebrating struggle

Aug 22, 2008: There is extra satisfaction in playing a scratchy knock, in concentrating harder than usual, in pulling yourself back into form

No cause for panic

Aug 6, 2008: Sri Lanka were less than optimal at Galle, failing to build partnerships in particular, but all's not lost yet

Express yourself

Jul 30, 2008: Sri Lanka's success in recent times has hinged on how they have encouraged players to be themselves

Changing gears

Jul 22, 2008: Sri Lanka may have won handily the last time they met India in international cricket, but this is a different ball game

Freak streak

Jul 15, 2008: Sri Lanka has produced some of the most effective unorthodox cricketers over the last 20 years

Five finds

May 28, 2008: A look at five of the biggest revelations in the IPL

Mixed just right

May 5, 2008: Interactions between international stars and domestic players have been the most encouraging aspect of the IPL

The real Super Series

Apr 25, 2008: An exciting format, the best players, and interesting team combinations have resulted in a terrific experience for players and fans alike

Light at the end of the transit tunnel

Apr 19, 2008: Sri Lanka's ODI side is going through a phase of rebuilding, and while the results might not look encouraging, the signs definitely are

Silver linings

Apr 10, 2008: The result in Trinidad aside, there's plenty of good that can be taken from the West Indies Test series

Close and cigar

Mar 31, 2008: A tight win on one of the flattest tracks possible made for quite a pleasing maiden Test victory in the West Indies

Adam the revolutionary

Mar 4, 2008: Gilchrist's greatest contribution was the way he changed how the world looked at wicketkeepers

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Sweat the small stuff

Feb 25, 2008: Sri Lanka have the ability but the execution has been lacking so far in the CB Series

A virtual world championship

Feb 4, 2008: The CB Series features the top three ODI sides in the world at the moment, playing in a format that ensures the best side will win

The future is provincial

Jan 25, 2008: Why the move away from a club-dominated structure is good for Sri Lankan domestic cricket

Our theme for this year needs to be consistency

Jan 10, 2008: Sri Lanka made considerable progress in 2007, but we now need to add to that the ability to win consistently

Chance to shine

Dec 31, 2007: Sanath Jayasuriya and Marvan Atappatu can't be replaced, but their retirements are opportunities for youngsters to come in and make a mark

Get out of your comfort zone

Dec 25, 2007: The mindset you bring to the subcontinent influences how you play. England came expecting it to be hard and, sure enough, it was hard

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