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Aravinda to head Technical Advisory Committee

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Former national cricket captain Aravinda de Silva will head a Technical Advisory Committee to the Ministry of Sports, which will also function as a Cricket Committee at Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC).

The four-member committee includes fellow Cricket World Cup winners Roshan Mahanama and Muttiah Muralitharan, with former national captain and current Marylebone Cricket Club President Kumar Sangakkara also a member of the committee.

In its role as a Technical Advisory Committee, it will advise the Minister of Sports Namal Rajapaksa, ministry officials and the National Sports Council (NSC) on matters related to Sri Lanka Cricket, a press release issued by the Ministry of Youth and Sports read.

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  Comments - 4

  • Gratiaen Hewa Friday, 05 February 2021 08:14 PM

    We appreciate the new Minister of Sports who has buckled down to some constructive and inspiring performances to elevate the standard of our cricket! Best of luck dear Minister!!!

    Michael Ranasinghe Friday, 05 February 2021 08:53 PM

    An excellent team but many such teams have been formed in the past and yet nothing changed with regards to the administration of SLC which reeks of corruption . Until that is put right no technical team will be good enough to sort the mess of Sri Lanka Cricket

    Aquarius Saturday, 06 February 2021 11:58 AM

    Until the corrupt SLC board is dissolved and kicked out, no Committee will be effective.

    Clara Thattil Sunday, 07 February 2021 09:48 AM


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