Sri Lanka depart for World Cup opener in Hambantota by helicopter

Sri Lanka depart for World Cup opener in Hambantota in helicopter

The Sri Lanka cricket team depart the team hotel in Colombo by bus to an air force airbase nearby to board a helicopter on February 18, 2011. They travelled by helicopter to the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium in Hambantota for their opening match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 against Canada on February 20. AFP PHOTO/Ishara S. KODIKARA.

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shankster's picture

all the best bouyzz lets start strong and finish strong Goooooo LIONZZZZZ

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Oh gosh! I'm getting excited now! After the months of hype, the World Cup is here!

Nadeeshan Gomes's picture

Great photos! Island Cricket rox!

Aponso's picture

GO GO GO LIONS!! Meparath denna wade!

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Let's do it boys!!

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><<> COME ON LIONS><<>

Anonymous's picture

LETS GO FOR THE GLORY!!! Come on SRI LANKA..We Are Very Much Behind You!

ajantha senanayake's picture

great pics thanks island cricket

Ravindra's picture

WWOOoooHOooo! Come on Sri Lanka! You are the champs!

Anonymous's picture

If I was in the sri lankan team, I wouldn't fly in rusted old helicopter from the cold war era lol ..... at least send half the team by copper the rest by bus ...... that way half the team might survive!

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