How Sri Lanka's brightest talents can step up

Prior to the tour of Australia, talk of an impending exodus of talent had dominated the narrative about Sri Lanka's future. Sri Lanka fielded their oldest ever Test team in the second Test against New Zealand in Colombo, and the collective resolve of the senior batsmen in particular appeared..


Sachina's picture

We love them... They have lot of talent... But they have troumble in future, if they play ipl,psl,bpl..... We un like ipl....... Domestoc series no matters... Like slpl... It isdomestic.... Sanga, dil, mahela no problerm because theynow over 35 years... But our quality youngstars....

Plz consider abot that plz plz plz plz....
Get tthe decision very soon.. Choice on slcb hand...
Plz protect our young guns..
Plz dont give any chance to eat our youngstars....
Arjuna says right things... We thougt arjuna's discusion... It is the true......He is wright... He said to hiru tv.. Few months ago sirasa tv... Like his interview.....

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I see light at the end of the tunnel but these guys need to play to nuture their talent. I think its time to forget about Thilan, Prasanna Jayawardena, Randiv and Paranavithara for these 4 guys.

Chandi for exmaple should be playing every game regardless of how the others fit around. It's insane how this guy struggles in Asia and I reckon just keep playing him.

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Does Chandimal have "the most robust defensive technique - particularly against fast bowling"?????

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