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Wed, 24 Jul 2019
Reuters - Honda’s MotoGP champion Marc Marquez won the German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring for the 10th year in-a-row, across all classes, yesterday to stretch his overall lead to 58 points.
AFP - Injury-hit Australia have called up Matthew Wade and Mitchell Marsh to their World Cup Squad as cover for Usman Khawaja and Marcus Stoinis.
Top-order batsman Khawaja suffered a left hamstring injury in Australia’s shock 10-run defeat by South
AFP - Dutch outfit Jumbo-Visma stormed to victory on the Tour de France team time-trial yesterday with Mike Teunissen keeping the Yellow Jersey after the 27.6km second stage around Brussels.
St. Anne’s College Kurunegala and Tissa MMV, Kalutara recorded wins over Maliyadeva and Taxila Central Horana respectively in their Under-17 Inter-Schools Cricket Tournament matches pla
Sri Lanka secured their place at the World Youth Netball Championships when they defeated Hong Kong 75-49 in the third-place playoff match played at the Kashima Sports Centre in Japan yesterday.
Meanwhile, the ru
Maris Stella College outclassed St. Xavier’s College, Marawila by an innings and 55 runs in their Under-15 Inter-Schools Cricket Tournament encounter played at Negombo yesterday.
Maris Stella after bowling out their opponents for 96 made 216 for s
Head Coach Chandika Hathurusingha yesterday said he was not paying attention to rumours of his future in the role, adding that he already had Sri Lanka’s next international assignment in mind.
Sri Lanka’s final p
Angelo Mathews took the key game-changing breakthrough against the West Indies on Monday, a moment which the former captain volunteered for despite having virtually given up on his bowling.
French Open finalist Dominic Thiem became the third top-10 Men’s seed to suffer a first-round exit at Wimbledon with defeat by American Sam Querrey yesterday.
The fifth seed, who ha
Trinity College U-17 cricketers continued their winning streak when they beat Katugastota Rahula by 87 runs at the Asgiriya Stadium.
Highlight of the match were two
AFP - Rohit Sharma hit his fourth century of the World Cup as India defeated Bangladesh by 28 runs at Edgbaston yesterday.
India after electing to bat first posted a challenging 314 for nine from their 50 overs and then bowled out their opponents for
With their slim, next to impossible, chances of making the World Cup semi-final ending, Sri Lanka will have nothing more than pride to play for when they take on the West Indies at the Riverside Grounds in Chester-le-Street, Durham in their penultima
A brilliant 111 from Jonny Bairstow and a brisk half century from Ben Stokes was ably supplemented by the bowlers as England sealed a 31-run win over India in their ICC Cricket World Cup clash at Edgbaston yesterday.
With Jason Roy fit, Eoin
Sri Lanka will be without fast bowler Nuwan Pradeep for today’s key World Cup match against South Africa at the Riverside Grounds in Chester-le-Street, Durham after he had developed fever and a rash.
Skipper Virat Kohli scored his fourth successive half century as India cruised to a convincing 125-run victory over the West Indies in their ICC Cricket World Cup match played at Manchester yesterday.
An unbeaten half century by Janidu Jayawardena and a four-wicket haul by Thenuka Nandalal paved the way for Colombo North Zone-2 to record a convincing 87-run win over Gampaha Zone-2 in thei
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is waiting for reports from National Security Intelligence (NSI) before they give a green signal to the team for the upcoming tour against Sri Lanka, set to be played in July.
When Sri Lanka take on South Africa in their ICC Cricket World Cup encounter at the Riverside Grounds, Chester-le-Street on Friday, they will do so in a position of strength, at least in terms of their batting, the team’s Batting C
Four members of the Sri Lankan World Cup Cricket Squad had provided their second doping test yesterday, ahead of the clash against South Africa on Friday.
According to highly
A total of 16 teams will battle it out for the Dialog Inter-Club Rugby Sevens title as the most prestigious domestic sevens tournament gets underway this weekend at the Race Course Grounds in Reid Avenue.
The competition was played
Head Coach Chandika Hathurusingha believes Sri Lanka still control their World Cup fate, and reminded his team that they need to be at their absolute best if they are to make the semi-finals of the tournament.
Sri Lanka face South Africa an
The Annual Olympic Day Run to mark the International Olympic Day celebrations was worked off successfully in Matara yesterday.
The event conducted b
Australia crushed England by 64 runs at Lord’s yesterday to reach the ICC Cricket World Cup semi-finals and leave the hosts in serious danger of failing to reach the last four.
Australia captain Aaron Finc
Sri Lanka’s middle order batsmen would need to take more responsibility if their World Cup hopes were to be kept alive, Captain Dimuth Karunaratne said yesterday, ahead of their key match against the hosts England in Headi
Sri Lankan swimmer Akalanka Peiris won a Silver Medal on the second day of the NEO GARDEN 15th Singapore National Swimming Championships which continued in Singapore yesterday.
Skipper Kane Williamson struck and unbeaten century as New Zealand edged-out South Africa by four wickets in their ICC Cricket World Cup fixture played at Edgbaston, Birmingham yesterday.
Ranjan Ranatunga of Mawanella Recreation Club emerged champion of the Kandy District Billiards Tournament when he coasted to an easy win over his club mate M. M. M. Ramzi in the final worked off at the Mawanella Recreation Club Billiards Table yester
REUTERS - Shikhar Dhawan’s World Cup was prematurely ended after the India opener was ruled out of the remainder of the tournament with a fractured thumb, the Indian Cricket Board said yesterday.
England Captain Eoin Morgan set a new world record for most sixes in a one-day international innings as the World Cup hosts trounced Afghanistan by 150 runs in their ICC Cricket World Cup match played at Manchester yesterday.
South African fast bowler Lungi Ngidi is expected to return for today’s must-win Cricket World Cup game against New Zealand at Edgbaston after passing a fitness test. The 23-year-old limped off with a hamstring injury as South
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