Arjuna Ranatunga


Arjuna RanatungaFull name: Arjuna Ranatunga

DOB: December 1, 1963

Batting style: Left-handed middle order batsman

Bowling style: Right-arm medium pace

Primary role: Middle order batsman, former captain

Arjuna Ranatunga (Sinhala:අර්ජුන රණතුංග) is a Sri Lankan politician, former international cricketer and cricket administrator. He served as the captain of the Sri Lankan cricket team for much of the 1990s, and the team won the 1996 Cricket World Cup under his leadership. He is the serving member of the Parliament of Sri Lanka from Kalutara District. More at Wikipedia Wikipedia >>

Dayasiri is Minister of Sports without cricket – Arjuna News link
Ranatunga skips Sri Lanka cricket brainstorming News link
Rapid decline in Sri Lankan cricket aside, Arjuna Ranatunga refuses to attend brainstorming session News link
What Sri Lankan cricket needs right now: nurture, patience and a rear-view mirror News link
Thilanga Sumathipala's reputation as SLC head at risk News link
An open letter to Sumathipalas, Ranatungas and Dharmadasas of Sri Lankan cricket News link
Sri Lanka Cricket President Sumathipala admits connection to betting industry - report News link
What happened to Sri Lankan cricket? Arjuna Ranatunga explains Video
Is it the end for Thilanga Sumathipala at SLC? News link
Cricket debacle: JO calls for Thilanga to step down News link
Cricket is run by gamblers in Sri Lanka and becomes a gambling game, says Ranatunga News link
Ranatunga Faces Wrath on Twitter After Taunting Indian Cricket Fans News link
Ranatunga, Dayasiri fights in parliament over Cricket News link
No need to resign, says Sri Lanka Cricket chief Thilanga Sumathipala News link
Arjuna Ranatunga lashes out at Sri Lanka Cricket officials after defeats to India Video
'No need to resign, administration not at fault' - Sumathipala News link
Arjuna seeks President’s help to save SL cricket News link
Do not behave like Indian spectators — Arjuna Ranatunga News link
Ranatunga writes a letter to President to save Sri Lanka cricket News link
Neil Perera - 1996 World Cup's unsung hero News link