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Sri Lanka Cricket
January 17, 2007
The Selection Committee at a meeting held on 17th January 2007 selected the following team to represent Sri Lanka in the above ODI Series which has been approved by the Ministry of Sports.
1. Mahela Jayawardene ( Capt) 2. Kumar Sangakkara 3. Sanath Jayasuriya 4. Upul Tharanga 5. Marvan Atapattu 6. Russel Arnold 7. T. M. Dilshan 8. Chamara Silva 9. Malinga Bandara 10. Upul Chandana 11. F. Maharoof 12. Lasith Malinga 13. Nuwan Zoysa 14. Dilhara Fernando 15. Nuwan Kulasekera
Stand by: 1.Chamara Kapugedera 2. Akalanka Ganegama 3. Kaushal Lokuarachchi
Officials on Tour: 1. Mr. Michael Tissera - Manager 2. Mr. Tom Moody - Coach 3. Mr. Trevor Penney - Assistant Coach 4. Mr. Tommy Simsek - Physiotherapist 5. Mr. C. J. Clark - Trainer 6. Mr. Nalin De Alwis - Computer Analyst 7. Mr. Lal Thamel - Masseur 8. Mr. Shabir Asgarally - Selector on Tour
© Sri Lanka Cricket
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