Sri Lanka Women's cricket will focus on playing more positively after its reputation was damaged 'for nothing' in the international arena, following the 'sex-for-selection' scandal, which rocked the world of cricket.
An official, who has been serving with the women's team for the past few years told the 'Daily News' that the 'so called incident' damaged Sri Lanka Women's Cricket a lot and ultimately it was 'nothing.' The only thing happened was, it affected badly with the players' performance.
After an investigation conducted by a three-member panel, appointed by the Sports and Tourism...
Sri Lanka Badminton Association president Suraj Dandeniya has openly accused a top notch shuttler for engaging in a financial fraud.
He accuses that this player has obtained Rs. 25 to 30 million from the government, providing fake information.
"These should be a proper investigation initiated on the money he has obtained from the National Olympic Committee and the Sports Ministry," Dandeniya said. The SLBA President made these comments during a press briefing held regarding the Yonex Sunrise International Badminton tournament which will be held in Colombo.
"This player's father has obtained a...