Sri Lanka's bowling coach Champaka Ramanayake is pleased with the way Lahiru Kumar has embellished his natural ability to bowl quickly with control and accuracy ESPN Cricinfo, 1 week ago
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JOHANNESBURG: Sri Lanka bowling coach Champaka Ramanayake admitted Friday his side were having to sink or swim against South Africa where they are facing a 3-0 Test whitewash. "It's tough being a Sri Lankan bowler on the current tour," said ...New Indian Express, 5 days ago
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Fast bowlers Kagiso Rabada and Vernon Philander haunted Sri Lanka's batsmen as South Africa took full control of the third test on Day 2 at the Wanderers today. Kagiso Rabada and Vernon Philander of South Africa during day two of the first ...ONE News, 6 days ago SA V SL: After mini collapse Rabada, Philander haunt Sri Lanka on Day 2 ABP Live, 6 days ago
Former Mahinda College captain Thikshila de Silva is the only newcomer in the 15-member Sri Lanka squad named for the three-match Twenty20 International series against South Africa at Centurion on January 20, at Johannesburg on January 22 and Cape ...Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 week ago
Kusal Perera's future at No. 3 looks increasingly blurry after another soft dismissal 10:17 PM GMT In beholding Sri Lankan cricket's last two decades, a prism of risk vs. reward can sometimes be useful. In February 1996, for example, Sanath ...ESPN.co.uk, 3 weeks ago
ESPNcricinfo: Angelo Mathews, who is returning from multiple injuries, hoped to bowl quite a lot and support Sri Lanka's frontline quicks in the three Tests against South Africa starting from December 26 in Port Elizabeth. I am 100% confident of ...DailyFT, 1 month ago
Sri Lanka Cricket clarified yesterday their new rotation policy that has been put in place with regard to the support staff accompanying the national cricket team on tours. It is not that we have terminated the services of Charith Senanayake as ...Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 month ago
By Madushka Balasuriya The future of Sri Lanka's fast bowling contingent looks bright but more mental toughness is required if they are to flourish over a longer period of time, according to Wasim Akram. The former Pakistan captain and fast ...DailyFT, 1 month ago 'Sultan of Swing' spends busy day in Colombo Qatar Peninsula, 1 month ago Wasim Akram says Sri Lanka has pace, needs swing DAWN Group, 1 month ago
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