Nov 25, 3 months ago

Sri Lanka Cricket announce new selection panel

http://sportsinfo.lk/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/IMG_4668-e1543160911202.jpgSri Lanka Cricket announce new selection panel

New National Selection Panel has been appointed ahead of Sri Lanka’s tour of New Zealand.

The Sri Lankan cricket board have announced a new National Selection Panel who will be in charge of picking the national team going forward. The new panel will consist on the following members -

Mr Asantha De Mel – Chairman
Mr Brendon Kuruppu
Mr Hemantha Wickramaratne
Mr Chaminda Mendis

The previous selection panel met with Minister of Sports, Honorable Faiszer Musthapa, who thanked them for their services to Sri Lankan cricket. The previous Chairman of Selectors, Graeme Labrooy was present at the meeting. Labrooy has been in the role since September 2017.

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De Mel, the new Chairman of Selectors, played 17 Tests for Sri Lanka between 1982 and 1986. He has also served as Chairman of Selectors in the past, taking on the role in 2012.

The new selection panel’s first task will be selecting the team to tour New Zealand which gets underway next month.

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