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Sri Lankan Legends to play Road Safety World Series T-20 series in IndiaThirteen Sri Lankan players will participate in the Road Safety World T20 Series to be played in India next month, ...
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CWI to bear the expenses of their players'  pre-arrival stay in Sri LankaCricket West Indies (CWI) will bear the total expenses of their players during their pre-arrival tour stay in Sri Lanka. ...
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Sri Lanka hand in Bangladesh U-19 winBangladesh's triumph in the U-19 World Cup has a Sri Lanka connection to it. Former middle order batsman Naveed Nawaz, ...
Sri Lanka scraps Tamil national anthem at Independence DayCOLOMBO, Feb 4: Sri Lanka's new government declined to sing the national anthem in Tamil, the country's second national language, ...
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Former Sri Lankan players to play Bushfire T20 in Australia Sri Lanka's former Test cricketers will play a T-20 Bush fire charity match in Australia this month. This was revealed ...
2nd Test between Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka ends in a drawHARARE, JAN 31: Sri Lankan opener Kusal Mendis struck a stubborn 116 not out as the second Test against Zimbabwe ...
Sri Lanka in third rate cut after Easter bombingsCOLOMBO, Jan 30: Sri Lanka's central bank Thursday announced a 50 basis point cut in its benchmark interest rates, the ...
Williams century gives Zimbabwe upper hand against Sri LankaHARARE, JAN 28: A fine second Test century by Sean Williams enabled Zimbabwe to dominate the opening day of the ...
Bold Zimbabwe attack on opening day against Sri LankaHARARE, JAN 27: Some brave, attacking batting from Brendan Taylor and Sean Williams gave Zimbabwe the upper hand on the ...
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Sri Lanka win in first Test against ZimbabweSuranga Lakmal took four for 27 to set up Sri Lanka for a 10-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the first ...
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Mathews ton gives Sri Lanka lead in ZimbabweAngelo Mathews struck his first Test century in over a year as Sri Lanka moved ahead of Zimbabwe's first innings ...
Sri Lanka president acknowledges thousands of war missing are deadCOLOMBO, Jan 20: Sri Lanka President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has acknowledged for the first time that more than 23,500 people missing ...
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