The talk of the town over the last 48 hours has been the verdict of Sri Lanka Cricket Executive Committee regarding the match-fixing allegations on a domestic match played between Panadura SC and Kalutara PCC in January which produced...

Isipathana skipper Ayana Siriwaradane and St. Aloysius left-hander Ravindu Sanjana hit centuries in the Singer Schools’ U19 Division I, 2017/18 two-day Cricket tournament, which commenced today at 3 venues around the Island.Trinity College vs St. Servatius College The hosts Trinity...
Mercantile B Div

Mobitel thrashed Singer Sri Lanka by 8 wickets in the MCA ‘B’ division 50 over tournament sponsored by Unilever Fair & Lovely MEN, which was worked off today at the Mercantile Cricket grounds.
Tharusha Fernando

St. Sebastian’s College, Moratuwa took major honours against St. Anne’s College, Kurunagala in the ‘Singer Schools’ U19 Division I, 2017/18 two-day Cricket tournament
Combative batting, wrist spin help India

Australia never saw their capitulation coming, especially after all the hard yards put in to negate the spin impact during their build-up to the ODI series opener in Chennai.

Weather gods haven't been kind to this years Mercantile season so far but we still have been able to get some matches away around the country. Here is a round up of the matches which took place in the...

Five matches of the 25th Singer MCA Premier League Tournament 2017/18 were worked off around the island today, with four out of the five games being affected by rain.HNB vs Commercial Credit Wanindu Hasaranga starred with a brilliant 85 runs...

South African all-rounder JP Duminy has decided to call it quits from Test and first-class cricket with immediate effect, a Cricket South Africa media release confirmed on Saturday (September 16). Duminy, who was dropped from the Test team after the first match at...

The players’ draft of the Bangladesh Premier League 2017 (BPL) saw 11 Sri Lankan players out of 26 been picked by 6 franchises.When India and Pakistan united for Sri Lanka The Independence Cup 2017 it set to kick off in...

St. Joseph’s College got their U19 schools’ cricket season 2017/18 to a flying start when they crushed hapless St. Patrick’s College, Jaffna by 312 runs at Darley Road. With this comfortable win, the Josephians retained the Rector’s Trophy. They...