Injury scare for Dinesh Chandimal

Dinesh Chandimal, the Sri Lanka wicketkeeper-batsman, who had a bright debut in the Durban Test with two half-centuries, has been taken to hospital after being struck on the hand during practice on Sunday. An assessment of the injury and news of his availability for the Newlands Test starting on Jan


Sujan's picture
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Good news. The doctor who examined Chandimal has confirmed that it's nothing more than a bruise. Chandimal has joined the team at the hotel. Sri Lankans had an extended training session today and some of the fielding drills were new ones.

-via Rex Clementine

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That's good news indeed!

cricketfan since 1975's picture

hey team mates and sl commentators do not boast about young talents... kollata as vaha hamataninma,,,specially indiaven and south africa ven...hes ok...

Anonymous's picture

these dangerous trainng sessions should be dropped, as so many get injurred during sessions like rugby, soccer, beach games etc. resrot to low-risk high performance work like field runnung, swimming, actual field tarining in batting, fielding or bowling etc. Gym work done under AC comfort can be cut down. How abount mental training.

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