Jayasuriya

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Sanath Jayasuriya - Early Life
... Sanath Jayasuriya was born in the Southern Sri Lankan city of Matara to the family of Dunstan and Breeda Jayasuriya ... He has an elder brother, Chandana Jayasuriya ... Jayasuriya also represented Sri Lanka in the inaugural ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup which was held in Australia in 1988 ...
Sisira Jayasuriya
... Sisira Jayasuriya, is a Professor of Economics at Monash University, Melbourne ... Professor Jayasuriya is an ethnic Sinhalese from Sri Lanka ... Professor Jayasuriya was accused of supporting the LTTE terror because he highlighted the roots of the Sri Lankan conflict in the discrimination practised against Tamils in Sri Lanka for decades his prediction of ...
Indian Cricket Team In Sri Lanka In 1997 - Test Series - First Test
... up with Tendulkar, but was dismissed by Sanath Jayasuriya for 69, with the Indian score on 223 ... The Sri Lankan openers Sanath Jayasuriya and Marvan Atapattu went out on to the pitch later in the day ... play on the second day, Sri Lanka were on 39/1, with Jayasuriya not out on 12 and Roshan Mahanama on the other end ...
Sanath Jayasuriya - International Records
... Jayasuriya holds the record for second highest fours in an ODI innings, 24 fours.Record for highest no ... Jayasuriya holds the record for the fastest 150 in an ODI innings, off 95 balls against England in 2006 ... Jayasuriya has second most Man of the Match awards (48) in ODI cricket after Sachin Tendulkar (62) ...
Mervyn Jayasuriya
... Mervyn Jayasuriya was a veteran announcer with Radio Ceylon - the oldest radio station in South Asia ... Jayasuriya presented some of the most popular radio programmes over the airwaves of Radio Ceylon, such as "Roving Mike" and "Sports Newsreel" ... Mervyn Jayasuriya was also a news reader - he read the English news bulletins of Radio Ceylon ...