Damith Samarakoon's blog
Andrew and Damith analyse whether a Test win over Australia is better than consuming a fresh Kottu.
Damith and Andrew battle through this new Pokemon Go craze, noisy Sri Lankan train stations and the flu to discuss the England tour, Angelo Mathews's captaincy and the future of Sri Lanka's cricket.
When Sri Lanka arrived in England they were well aware of the challenges that lay ahead of them. The early May weather would be a factor.
Originally published on Cricinfo
There can be no illusions about the current state of Sri Lankan cricket. Last year was hard. The home season was brutal. Sri Lanka’s only series win came against the West Indies.
Day 2 at Chester-Le-Street, began, much like did, on Day 2 at Headingley. With Sri Lanka still very much within striking distance of breaking the game in their favour.
Hello everyone, here is my interview with Sidath Wettimuny. It's a 2 part interview on the Podcast.
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It’s a World Cup. Your first match is against the third ranked team in the game. A country that was a previous winner and one that has been in a number of finals, in various formats.
A few days ago I tweeted that Sri Lanka have not only stared into the abyss, but brought a backpack full of essentials to camp out and explore their new surroundings for the foreseeable future.
As fans it’s a very tumultuous time. A world cup around the corner, with your team unraveling by the game.
How do you assess and summarise the career of a player who not only played cricket on a different plane but also touched the many lives that make up the cricket fraternity?
What has Damith been doing in Andrew's room late at night? What's wrong with the Sri Lankan opening pair? How good is Sri Lanka's attack?
Andrew and Damith straddle the line between bravery and stupidity predicting a big ODI series win for Sri Lanka, right before the team crashes out for 67.
Join Damith and Andrew as they patronise New Zealand’s batsmen, equate South Africa’s bowlers to a bunch of 12-year-olds, suggest the Lorgat Report carries little weight because Arjuna pla