Fourteen days after Sri Lanka were crowned world T20 champions; only their second world title in cricketing history, I find my self staring at my laptop screen, finally having wrapped my head around the fact that we are indeed world champions.
Twenty years ago this week, West Indies batsman Brian Lara broke Sir Garfield Sobers's 36-year-old world record for the highest score in a Test innings.
Cricket doesn’t accord too many of its practitioners fairytale endings. On Sunday (April 6) night in Mirpur, however, two of Sri Lanka’s favourite sons, Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardena, bid Twenty20 International cricket farewell in the best way possible, holding the world trophy aloft.
Kusal Janith Perera, Sri Lanka’s most exciting revelation spoke to ThePapare.com on his life and his road towards choosing cricket as his career.
ThePapare.com was privileged to have the opportunity of having a chat with Sri Lanka’s ace-spinner Rangana Herath. The veteran spinner who has over 200 scalps in test cricket enlightened us about his beginnings and his views on his career and Sri Lanka cricket.
A Chartered Chemist by profession, Dr. Ajith Perera is a qualified training instructor and a former test-match-panel Cricket Umpire. He sat down for an exclusive with ThePapare about his life experiences, cricketing know-how and much more.
In a quest of bringing our readers the stories of living legends, ThePapare.com managed to speak with former Sri Lanka cricket captain and Stalwart, Duleep Mendis to ask about his experience as an international cricketer.
Dharmashoka College Balapitiya has been having a fruitful season this year and it has been largely due to the bowling of their skipper Yohan de Silva.