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Preparations for Sri Lanka ‘A’ tour to West Indies


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Sri Lanka Cricket announced recently that in preparation for the Sri Lanka ‘A’ tour of West Indies during the month of May and June 2013, Sri Lanka ‘A’ team will play two matches with a combined XI on 23 and 24 April 2013, and again on 29 and 30 April 2013 at R. Premadasa Stadium.



The National Selectors nominated the following squad in order to select the team for the Sri Lanka ‘A’ Team tour of West Indies.

  •  Ashen Silva
  • Udara Jayasundara
  • Shehan Jayasooriya
  • Dimuth Karunaratne
  • Angelo Perera
  • Kithruwan Vithanage
  • Ashen Priyanjana
  • Yashoda Lanka
  • Dushmantha Sameera
  • Kasun Madushanka
  • Lahiru Gamage
  • Madura Lakmal
  • Imran Khan
  • Vishwa Fernando
  • Madawa Warnapura
  • Ishan Jayaratna
  • Vimukthi Perera
  • Lahiru Jayaratna
  • Pabasara Waduge
  • Niroshan Dickwella
  • Gayan Manishan
  • P.H.D. Kaushal
  • Shohan Boralessa
  • Seekkuge Prasanna
  • Milinda Siriwardana
  • Chathuranga De Silva
  • Gayan Sirisoma
  • Malinga Pushpakumara
  • Ramith Rambukwella
  • Akila Dhanajaya
  • Dulanjana Mendis
  • Roshen Silva
  • Dilhara Lokuhettige
  • Sachithra Pathirana

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