Nishantha all smiles after being elected as Sri Lanka Cricket secretary

Nishantha Ranatunga

Nishantha Ranatunga (L), the previous secretary of Sri Lanka Cricket's interim committee whose administration was dissolved amid allegations of mismanagement and corruption, is all smiles after being elected as secretary of the cricket board on January 3, 2012. Sri Lanka's national cricket board was elected uncontested on Tuesday amid allegations that political pressure had forced favourites to withdraw from the first election in seven years. The election was called by the government to ensure the island was in line with an International Cricket Council (ICC) directive requiring all national boards to be independently voted in by June 2012. AFP PHOTO/Ishara S. KODIKARA.

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JAY's picture

oI NISHANTHA ARE YOU NOT ASHAMED OF BECOMING THE CRICKET SECRETARY WITH THE HELP OF UNDER HAND POLITICAL INFLUENCE AMIDST A MASSIVE ALLEGATIONS AND CRITICISM? ARE YOU REALLY DRESSED OR NOT? YES MAN HOW CAN YOU ONLY GET ASHAMED OF THINGS LIKE THIS, WHEN YOUR POLITICAL MENTORS ALSO DOING THINGS LIKE THIS. THIS TYPE OF THINGS ARE VERY MINOR MATTERS FOR THE POLITICANS.

lalith Jayasundera's picture

It is again and again the pupets being appointed to destroy cricket,it is sad what crickerters did to bring Mother Lanka in to world map to indentityfi as a cricketing nation,I hope ICC will open their eyes and dictate terms to the responsible people, in order save SRI LANKA cricket from criminals.

Anonymous's picture

you both smiling wile all the sri lankan fans are crying... u came here to make ur pocket full not to build the sl team... damn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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