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Chandimal mindful of his responsibilities

LEEDS: Dinesh Chandimal now saddled with the added responsibility of being Angelo Mathews deputy skipper for his country in all three formats of the game knows only too well what is expected of him. Chandimal represents one of few young ... Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 day ago
Chandimal mindful of his responsibilities HT Syndication, 1 day ago
Mathews hopes SL's seniors will step up ESPN Cricinfo, 2 months ago

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Chandimal rues Sri Lanka batting at World T20

Dinesh Chandimal says Sri Lanka's batting let them down at the World Twenty20 as their tournament finished with a disappointing eight-wicket loss to South Africa on Monday. The Group One contest in Delhi was a mere dead rubber after both teams ...
 AOL UK1 month ago Can't always say it's a transition phase: Chandimal  Times of Oman2 months ago World T20: Can't always say it's a transition phase, says Dinesh Chandimal  Economic Times2 months ago Can't always use 'transition phase' as an excuse: Chandimal  Rediff.com2 months ago
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WT20: Amla stars as SA end disappointing campaign with easy win over SL

A lot has been written about the Sri Lanka middle order failing in this edition of the World T20. Dinesh Chandimal, who took charge in Angelo Mathews absence, rated his line-up as inexperienced. Other than Milinda Siriwardana and Shehan ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Amla secures S Africa's dead rubber win  Kuwait Times1 month ago In pics: South Africa vs Sri Lanka, World T20, Match 32  IBNLive1 month ago World T20: Amla leads South Africa to 8-wicket win over Sri Lanka  AhmedabadMirror.com1 month ago
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After head injury, Kaushal Silva could be released from hospital soon: SLC

Kaushal Silva was fielding at short leg when he got hit on the back of his head by a Dinesh Chandimal sweep and even the additional padding on the helmet couldn't stop the ball from causing the damage. A file image of Sri Lanka batsman Kaushal ...
 India Today4 weeks ago How England v Sri Lanka will make history  Herald Sun6 days ago England aim to make it tough for Sri Lanka as first Test starts today  DAWN Group6 days ago Jayasuriya returns, SL name Test squad  Frontier Post3 weeks ago
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In search of success, Chandimal to revert to old technique

Sri Lankan batsman Dinesh Chandimal says he is set to go back to his old batting style as he aspires to do well in the ICC World T20. "When I came to the (Sri Lanka) side, I played some really good cricket, then suddenly I changed (my) technicals (techniques), but it did not suit me. That is the period, when I went to bat and I thought that is not my game and suddenly I should play like before and I am doing that this time," he said. "I did change my bat grip. I thought it was good for Test ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Chandimal going back to his old technique  Times of India2 months ago
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World T20 final: England plot to stifle Windies power at the death

IMAGE: England pacer Chris Jordan, left, celebrates dismissing Dinesh Chandimal at the Ferozeshah Kotla, March 26, 2015. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images. England's death bowling prowess played a crucial role in their progress to the World Twenty20 final and could be a potent weapon against the big-hitting West Indies batsmen at Eden Gardens on Sunday. While England have eked out victories in their last two matches by being miserly in the final overs, West Indies have largely banked on ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Sri Lanka bank on spinners to overcome England threat

Senior Sri Lankan batsman Dinesh Chandimal said his side would rely on their spin trio of Rangana Herath, Vandersay and Sachithra Senanayake to beat England in Delhi today.
 India Today1 month ago

We are struggling with middle order, says Dinesh Chandimal

Dangerously close to elimination, defending champions Sri Lanka are still looking to explain their unimpressive run in the ICC World Twenty20, and wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Chandimal said middle order woes had stymied their run
 Asian Age1 month ago
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Stokes suffers knee injury

England's Ben Stokes celebrates dismissing Dinesh Chandimal, but he could miss the second test against Sri Lanka. New Zealand-born England allrounder Ben Stokes may miss the second test against Sri Lanka with a knee injury. Stokes, 24, ...
 Dominion Post2 days ago Ben Stokes in doubt for England cricket test with knee injury  Sunday Star-Times2 days ago Ben Stokes devastated on missing Sri Lanka series  India Today2 hours ago
Himalayan Times

Peaking England meet soaring Kiwis in Kotla humdinger

England's Chris Jordan (2nd R) celebrates with his teammates after taking the wicket of Sri Lanka's Dinesh Chandimal. REUTERS NEW DELHI : England skipper Eoin Morgan would like to believe his team peaked at the right time at the ongoing World ...
 Himalayan Times1 month ago England's Roy, Willey fined for misconduct  Himalayan Times1 month ago Cricket-England's Roy, Willey fined for misconduct  Reuters India1 month ago
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