Sri Lanka reappoints Ramanayake as Fast-Bowling Coach

Trained to Lasith Malinga

Champaka Ramanayake has been reappointed as Sri Lanka's quick rocking the bowling alley mentor following two years from the part. He replaces Chaminda Vaas, who went separate ways with SLC toward the end of April.

"The arrangement produces results from June 1 and Ramanayake's arrangement will cover three inbound visits specifically of Pakistan, India and the West Indies," a SLC discharge said.

The board had trusted Ramanayake could focus on a more extended spell, however his present family circumstance keeps him from undertaking abroad visits. The three up and coming home arrangement will be played crosswise over June, July, August and October. The board will take load of its choices in front of Sri Lanka's next global visit, which as indicated by the FTP, is a full voyage through New Zealand in December and January.

Ramanayake is an exceptionally regarded playing mentor, having assumed an essential part in the disclosure and advancement of a few quicks at present in national dispute. Sri Lanka's restricted overs initiate Lasith Malinga, and Test bowlers Suranga Lakmal and Shaminda Eranga are among those Ramanayake has worked nearly with.

Notwithstanding having beforehand held the Sri Lanka rocking the bowling alley mentor position until 2012, Ramanayake has additionally been Bangladesh knocking down some pins mentor. He played 18 Tests and 62 ODIs forSri Lanka somewhere around 1986 and 1995.

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