Nov 5, 1 week ago

SLC Appoints Three Committees

SLC Appoints Three Committees

Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce the appointment of the following three committees under the instructions of the Minister of Sports, Honorable Faiszer Musthapa; who made the decision in concurrence with the controlling clubs of the SLC, following a discussion, he had with them.

Furthermore, SLC and its controlling clubs will continue the dialogue on this and include further members to the following committees; if deemed necessary.

The following committee’s will function, until an Annual General Meeting of the SLC is conducted, and an elected body is constituted.

 

CRICKET ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Michael J De Soyza – (Singhalese Sports Club)

Ken De Alwis – (Singhalese Sports Club)

Chandika Hathurusinghe – National Cricket Coach of Sri Lanka

Asanka Gurusinha – Chief Cricket Operations Officer, SLC

Graeme Labrooy – Chairman, National Selection Committee

Ashley De Silva – CEO, Sri Lanka Cricket

Jerome Jayaratne – COO, SLC

 

TOURNAMENT COMMITTEE

Samantha Dodanwela – Chairman (Singhalese Sports club)

Shane Fernando – Secretary (Colombo Colts Cricket Club)

H. Parthalingam – Member (Tamil Union Cricket and AC)

Refai Ariff – Member (Moors Cricket Club)

Mahinda Halangode – Member (Singhalese Sports Club)

 

UMPIRES COMMITTEE

K.H. Nandasena – Chairman (BRC)

Brigadier Shiran Abeysekera – Secretary (SLC Army Sports Club)

Janaka Kaluhendiwela – Member (Bloomfield Cricket & AC)

Priyantha Algama – Member (Saracens Cricket Club)

A.R.M. Aroos – Member (Chilaw Marians Cricket Club)

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