Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Mahela Jayawardene fail again

Yesterday(March 29th) in ICC Cricket World Cup, Sri Lanka v New Zealand played 1st semi final..

Happily Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets (with 13 balls remaining)

Congratz Sri Lanka!!!

We hope you guys all the best and good luck to win Finale and bring the Cup to Sri Lanka!

However our main batting hope fails again in needed time, Mahela Jayawardene was beaten in flight by a beautiful dipping delivery from Daniel Vettori and nailed plumb lbw for 1 !!!

Jayawardene scored easy century in this World Cup when he made 100 off 80 deliveries against Canada( poor team).

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Best place for a couple to go sri lanka

Kandy, Unawatuna, Tangalle,  Yala National Park, Arugam Bay ,Henarathgoda Botanic Gardens Gampaha  anything else?

I hope these links will help you to find good destination..









If you guys know better places please be kind enough to share with all!

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Angelo Mathews promotes the importance of reading

Sri Lanka star and Room to Read Ambassador Angelo Mathews played his part in promoting the importance of literacy and access to books on Wednesday at a special reading event in Colombo.
Mathews met with children from across Sri Lanka who benefit from the work of Room to Read, one of the ICC’s social legacy partners for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011.

Mathews took part in a series of literacy based activities, before reading a passage from a cricket themed book to the children, before answering questions on Sri Lanka’s chances at the tournament.

“I really enjoyed having the opportunity to meet children from Room to Read and learn about how the organisation’s work is helping young people across Sri Lanka, said Mathews.”

“Room to Read is doing a lot to help young people have the chance to improve their literacy skills and benefit from an education and I think it is very important that we are raising awareness of these issues at the ICC Cricket World Cup. By providing young people with an education, they can then go on to play an important role in their own communities.”

A series of player appearances to promote the importance of reading are planned throughout the tournament as part of a wide range of activities to promote the event.

Reliance Life Insurance, in a first-of-its-kind initiative – ‘Boundaries for Books’ – will contribute Rs. 25,000 for every six hit during the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2011.

This donation will be made to Room to Read, towards establishing libraries and providing local language and English books to disadvantaged children. Every single six will ensure that at least 30 children get access to fully functional libraries with books and trained teachers.

Fans can also support the campaign by going to www.roomtoread.org/worldcup

source: iccworldcricket.net

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Monath Perera: Real Hero......!!!!!!!

Flight Lieutenant Monath Perera

This is a real hero .......
We salute  you  .......................
Brave hearts ..........