The West Indies players walk back to the pavilion after the toss in the fourth ODI in Dharamsala. Photograph: BCCI The West Indies cricket team pulled out of the remaining part of its India tour on Friday in the wake of an acrimonious pay dispute with its Board. The aggrieved Caribbean players took the field for the fourth ODI in Dharamsala after much persuasion, but confirmed their decision to call off the tour later. The Board of Control for Cricket in India said it was shocked and extremely ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago
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Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shaharyar M Khan had made a very brief and top secret visit to Sri Lanka last morning to have a discussion with Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) President Jayantha Dharmadasa and invite Sri Lanka A and Under 19 teams to ...Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 1 week ago
By Nirmala Kannangara Ven. Waradola Ananda Sagara Thera While senior officials in the Department of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) are being accused of illegally registering elephants, astonishing revelations show how the Minister of Wildlife ...Sri Lanka Sunday Leader, 2 weeks ago
Sri Lanka cricket is nearing the end of a golden era in the country's history with the impending retirements of former captains Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara after the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand in March. Tillekeratne ...The Nation.lk, 1 month ago FAREWELL TO MAHELA JAYAWARDENE, CRICKETS BATTING ADONIS Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 month ago Sri Lanka's Mr Elegance Mahela Jayawardene retires from Tests with glory Samaylive, 2 months ago Mahela Jayawardene factfile Malaysia MSN, 2 months ago
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Over 11,000 runs in 149 matches, 34 centuries, over 200 catches. These are almost impossible to replicate. His average is marginally low that the benchmark of 50 but the impact he created in almost all of his artistic innings is immeasurable. Mahela ...Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 month ago
Kumar Sangakkara says he will greatly miss his fellow batting maestro Colombo: Mahela Jayawardene Monday said a gut feeling prompted him to quit Test cricket as he turned his attention to one last World Cup campaign after near-misses in 2007 and ...Gulf News, 2 months ago Jayawardene: Gut feeling prompted retirement Gulf News, 2 months ago
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