Arjuna, first Test player to head Sri Lanka cricket
Dharmadasa resigns to pave way for 'Captain
Sri Lanka's World cup winning captain Arjuna
Ranatunga will become the first Test cricketer to head the island's
national controlling body for cricket. The veteran cricketer turned
politician is set to take over as Chairman of Sri Lanka Cricket
Interim Committee from today. Jayantha Dharmadasa, who was the SLC
Interim Chief for almost three years, tendered his resignation
yesterday, paving way for Ranatunga to take over.
Ranaweera will lead CH and FC this year
The Colombo Hockey and Football Club which
finished third in the Caltex 'A' division league and emerged
runners-up in the President's Trophy knock-out tournament will field
another strong team in the 2008 rugby season. CH and FC will be led
by Sri Lanka prop forward Jayantha Ranaweera and will be once again
a force to be reckoned with.
Nirmani and Gayan table tennis champions
Nirmani Silva and Gayan Liyanage emerged women's
and men's Singles champions at the annual Central Province Table
Tennis Championship organised by the Central Province Table Tennis
Association and worked off at the Gymnasium of the University of
Peradeniya for three days at Peradeniya.