When Dharshana Gamage broke into the Sri Lanka side as a surprise replacement for Chaminda Vaas during the 2003 Bank Alfalah Cup in Sharjah, the tall right-arm bowler with a high action was tipped to unsettle top-order batsmen. However his international stint was short. After appearing in three ODIs, he was forced out of cricket when he developed a serious knee injury. Having made his first-class debut with Sinhalese and later playing for Bloomfield, Gamage has since recovered from his injury and has represented Ragama for the past three years. It was his magnificent bowling in Tamil Union's second innings that brought Ragama an unlikely win after they had been shot out for 129 in the first innings. Gamage's match-haul of 8 for 59 was his best for the season.
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