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INTL CAREER: 1984 - 2003
Alphabetically sorted top ten of players who have played the most matches across formats in the last 12 months
The new payment system has created a bit of a divide between players and the board
The former Sri Lanka captain on a World Cup performance he wishes he had to his name
SLC technical committee chairman Aravinda de Silva shares details of future plans
The role will have Moody overseeing Sri Lanka's international programme and domestic tournaments
He's set to receive a three-year contract that will allow him to oversee all aspects of the game in the country
And which Pakistan batsman opens with Sanath Jayasuriya?
Our panel picks a team of 12 players who never played a T20 but would take to the format with ease
ICC ACU says 'no reason to doubt integrity' of the match
A former SL sports minister has alleged corruption, though no evidence has been made public
The pulls, the flicks, the pulls, the cuts, the... did we mention pulls?
How did Stokes and Shakib fare versus Yuvraj and Klusener? And who is the only player to be among the top two performers for his side in three winning campaigns?
As the last active Test cricketer from the 1990s bids farewell, here is a look at what his first ten team-mates have been up to
From the golden age of Rantunga and Murali, they are now at a point where the road ahead is uncertain, on field and off it
They also want to get Aravinda de Silva and Roshan Mahanama on board
The five-member committee featuring the likes of Aravinda de Silva, Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara had suggested plans for domestic cricket in the first report
Alongside Aravinda de Silva, Anura Tennakoon, they are expected to work on a range of topics including a restructuring of the domestic cricket scene
Roshan Mahanama, Brendon Kuruppu and Graeme Labrooy are among the other former players the board is attempting to align with in its efforts to arrest the decline of the national team
A board release said Aravinda de Silva stepped down due to "personal commitments that would hinder his availability and time investment in the Committee further"
Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to retain outgoing chief selector Aravinda de Silva as an "advisor of cricket affairs" - a new loosely-defined position, in which he will be expected to work with the new selectors and national team management
In a surprise move nine days from the start of Sri Lanka's WT20 campaign, the country's sports minister has appointed a new set of selectors headed by Aravinda de Silva, relieving the former selection panel ahead of time
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