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Sri Lanka v England, one-off T20I, Colombo

Jason Roy blazes way before Joe Denly four-for seals hefty England win

Oct 27, 2018: Joe Denly and Adil Rashid shared seven wickets as England closed out victory in their final white-ball encounter of the tour

The Report by Andrew Fidel Fernando in Colombo

Sri Lanka v England, only T20, Colombo

What's the fuss about Kamindu Mendis? Ambidextrous bowling explained

Oct 26, 2018: Ambidextrous bowling might sound like a novelty - but Sri Lanka's Kamindu Mendis is one among a group of young players experimenting with the skill

Alan Gardner

Sri Lanka news

Ambidextrous Kamindu Mendis breaks into SL T20I squad

Oct 22, 2018: Lasith Malinga returns to the T20I squad after more than year for the one-off fixture against England

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Sri Lanka Board XI v England XI, P Sara Oval

Ambidextrous Kamindu Mendis enlivens England warm-up saunter

Oct 5, 2018: The left-arm/right-arm spinner couldn't prevent Joe Root and Eoin Morgan finding their form in England's first outing of the tour

Andrew Fidel Fernando in Colombo

Ireland v Sri Lanka, Under-19 World Cup, Group D, Whangarei

Lakshan, Mendis steer Sri Lanka to seven-wicket win

Jan 14, 2018: Dhananjaya Lakshan's 120-ball 101 and captain Kamindu Mendis all-round show took Sri Lanka to a win over Ireland in their opening match

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Under-19 World Cup 2017-18

Ambidextrous Kamindu Mendis to captain SL U-19s

Dec 27, 2017: Mendis had also played the previous U-19 World Cup, in Bangladesh in 2016

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Under-19 World Cup 2016

Kamindu Mendis, Sri Lanka's ambidextrous asset

Feb 3, 2016: Kamindu Mendis can bowl orthodox left-arm spin. He can bowl right-arm offspin as well. He is also a handy batsman. And his unique skills were on show against Pakistan in Mirpur

Vishal Dikshit in Mirpur

Under-19 World Cup 2016

Mohsin stars as Pakistan defend 212

Feb 3, 2016: Hasan Mohsin starred with bat and ball as Pakistan Under-19s defended 212 to beat Sri Lanka Under-19s by 23 runs and finish top of Group B

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