Sri Lanka vs South Africa 4th ODI-2017

Sri Lanka’s highest successful chase is 324 against England at Headingley in 2006.

Tharaka Jasenth: “I can’t believe my eyes. This has got to be the best innings by a Sri Lankan batsman on this tour. Fantastic batting” Pinch yourself as much as you want, mate. This is REALLY happening

SJ: “Great to see the fightback by SL! That’s what you want to see irrespective of result. Win or lose from this point, SL have endeared themselves to fans!”

Srikar: “Interesting. They have not crossed 200 in ODI series. And now they have crossed 100 in less than 10 overs with out losing any wicket.”

James: “Tremendous powerplay for SL. 17 boundaries (18 if you count the 4 leg byes) and no wickets down. Game on?” — Up to the middle order to sustain the momentum

Venky: “In the top 50 opening partnerships, Tharanga has been involved 6times. Its more than anyone else.”

Luckwin: “Tharanga and Dickwella used to open the innings for their domestic club (NCC) seems both have good understanding. ”

Aruna: “Tharanga has contributed contributed to 8 double hundred partnerships so far and will this be the 9th…?”

Nirosh Fernando: “this is SL’s 2nd 100 partnership of the whole tour. 1st was vs SA Invitation XI (dimuth & kaushal) ”

Krishna: “First 10 overs reminded good old days of Sanath Jayasuriya. ”

Siva: “After SA innings, i stopped following the match thinking it would be one-sided contest. I just opened cricinfo, its still one sided context but other side. Seems like Jayasuriya and Kallu batting again for SL.”

Uwaisul Karnain: “During Shamsi’s first over, Tharanga asked his young club-mate whether Shamsi is turning the ball and Dickwella replied, “He is only delivering them fast”. After Tharanga faced his first delivery from Shamsi, Dickwella confirmed it with his captain.”

Gurinder Nijjar: “Great to see tharanga finally open. Sri lanka wasted his talent down the order. He has scored big runs as opener and been part of big opening partnership. Good move by sri lanka since they been struggling really bad!”

Siva: “First 9.4 overs 100 runs, next 9.4 overs only 49 runs and wicket too, more than 50% performance depreciated.”

Sujoy: “Tharanga and Dickvella took us back to the 90s…Jaya and Kalu. Ofcourse the 90s pair were much more explosive, and with less meaty bats!!!”
Taabish: “Every time the commentators say Weerakkody, I keep hearing Virat Kohli”

Taco: “Old wisdom was to double the 30 over score for the 50 over total… according to that SL are well on track to chase this down. However, I don’t feel that confident. Momentum is no longer with SL” Has surely slipped away in the last few overs
Hussain Merchan: “Yes, I agree with Wesley. Also we have to consider fee things about Tharanga’s excellent knock. Your playing against one of the best side in the world in their country which favors their bowlers. Tharanga being a captain and keeping in mind the steep chase, playing such an effortless innings is commendable. One more thing to consider is South Africa is a top fielding side, they stop singles keep doubles to single and triple is never possible keeping their strong and accurate throws. No doubt Faf played one the best innings at this ground but Tharanga is the man for me today.”

Sakshi Vasudeva: “Do we really have to compare both the innings? Cant we just say they were one of the better innings both these guys would play in their careers? Superb display by both making it a great day for cricketing fans, exhibition of sorts!”

Uwaisul Karnain: “3rd 50+ score in this innings from a NCC player!”

Bhargav Sura: “So after the wicket of Gunaratne, SA and SL scorecards look pretty even. 2 50+ scores, 1 man in 30s, 1 man in 20s, and 1 man with single digit. Of course one century in both the innings. Very even. Now you would expect SL to win, right?”

SD: “Believe it or not: The 98th over of a 7 rpo match is a maiden.”

Aayush: “This match’s first maiden comes in 98th over of the match, resembles how good game this has been”


SL Cricket T20 Future

As we all know we had our brand name for T20’s which of cause labeled with past grates Mahela, Sanga, Dilshan even Herath use to give some demolish performances.
Question and Answer we seek and don’t find is “where we are now ?”

Present ICC ranking rates SL-Cricket as No 8, Yes we found an uncomfortable place in table in-between  Pakistan and Young Afghanistan.

Last 2 years T20 Bating performances

Player Mat Inns Runs HS Ave SR
LD Chandimal 18 18 414 58 24.35 111.89
AD Mathews 12 12 313 81* 39.12 123.71
CK Kapugedera 17 16 309 48* 23.76 121.17
TAM Siriwardana 17 15 225 42 18.75 133.92
DSNFG Jayasuriya 11 10 157 40 15.7 111.34
NLTC Perera 16 14 157 40 11.21 118.04
DM de Silva 4 4 119 62 29.75 113.33
MDKJ Perera 7 7 114 40 16.28 117.52
MD Shanaka 11 11 112 27 11.2 99.11
MD Gunathilaka 5 5 91 46 18.2 119.73
BKG Mendis 3 3 48 22 16 133.33
KMDN Kulasekara 9 6 45 14 7.5 109.75
SMSM Senanayake 7 5 24 8 8 66.66
S Prasanna 5 5 21 9 5.25 72.41


Sri Lankan and Filipino refugees sheltered Snowden in HK

Ajith, Vanessa, Nadeeka and Supun who sheltered NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden in 2013 in Hong Kong, before he fled to Moscow.

Sri Lankan and Filipino refugees sheltered the National Security Agency (NSA) histleblower Edward Snowden from the time he left a hotel in Hong Kong until he was able to leave the territory, according to a German newspaper.

Snowden was taken to the refugees’ dwelling in Hong Kong slums by a human rights lawyer, according to Handelsblatt. He stayed with one Sri Lankan family in their small flat before moving to stay with a Filipino and then another Sri Lankan.

The NSA contractor had met journalist Glenn Greenwald and filmmaker Laura Poitras at the Hotel Mira in Hong Kong where he was staying. There the three, along with Guardian journalist Ewen MacAskill, prepared stories using the documents which Snowden had with him. The first story was published on 13 June 2013.

After that, once Snowden’s identity became known and he began to fear retaliation by the US authorities, the human rights lawyer Robert

Tibbo came to his aid. Tibbo was helping some of the 12,000 refugees who were living under miserable conditions in Hong Kong.

Greenwald was told of the existence of Tibbo and another human rights lawyer, Jonathan Mann. Both went into action as soon as they were contacted, with Mann contacting the office of the UN High Commission for Refugees to try and seek political protection for Snowden.

Snowden was then billetted with the refugees until he was able to leave Hong Kong. He ended up in Moscow where he is now living.

According to the news report, Snowden spent a night with Ajith Pushpakumara, 44, who said he fled to Hong Kong after being chained to a wall and tortured for deserting the army in his native Sri Lanka.

Pushpakumara said he had listened to online radio broadcasts about Snowden and was surprised to suddenly find him in the dingy apartment that he shared with several men. He realised Snowden was in the same situation he was, hiding in a small room. “I was worried about him,” he said.

Supun Thilina Kellapatha, his wife and their toddler also sheltered Snowden, putting him up for about three days in their 250-square-foot apartment.

Kellapatha, 32, who said he sought protection in Hong Kong after being tortured in Sri Lanka, described their guest as a tired man who was unfailingly polite.

“He said, ‘You are a good man,’” when he arrived at the apartment, Kellapatha recalled. “But I feel he is better than me, because he respected me.”

Kellapatha and his wife, Nadeeka Dilrukshi Nonis, said they were not worried about hosting Snowden. “I don’t think I take the risk,” he said. “He is the one who take the big risk.”

When Snowden left, he left the couple $200 under a pillow, which they said they used to buy necessities for their daughter. “Sometimes I tell Supun, maybe he forgot us,” Nonis said. “I want to tell him, ‘Edward, how are you? We will never forget you.’”

Disclosure of the fact that Snowden was aided by refugees comes ahead of the release of a film about his saga by well-known American director Oliver Stone in Toronto on Friday.

Supporters of Edward Snowden are raising funds to try to help refugees who helped hide him when he went on the run in Hong Kong in 2013, according to The Guardian.

Until now, the whereabouts of Snowden in the weeks after he leaked secret intelligence documents had remained a mystery. But it has now been revealed he was staying with refugees in cramped and impoverished flats in some of the poorer parts of the city.

One of the whistleblower’s lawyers in Hong Kong, Robert Tibbo, disclosed the details in an interview with Canada’s National Post. Tibbo said Snowden had sent $1,000 to each of the people who had helped him. Other supporters of Snowden are also sending donations

The fear is that now those who helped him have been identified, they might face reprisals. The money is to try to help them.

After Snowden leaked tens of thousands of secret documents from America’s National Security Agency and Britain’s GCHQ to journalists in the Mira Hotel in Hong Kong, he fled, under the protection of two lawyers, Tibbo and Jonathan Man.

Snowden went to an office of the United Nations to apply for refugee status in an attempt to avoid extradition and then stayed with various refugee families.

Both Tibbo and Man had helped the asylum seekers in the past and felt they would not betray Snowden.

In an interview with Canada’s National Post, Tibbo said: “Nobody would dream that a man of such high profile would be placed among the most reviled people in Hong Kong.”

The revelation now was prompted by the movie Snowden, which is to be premiered in Toronto on Friday. Its director, Oliver Stone, who meticulously researched the film, had been pressing for details of what had happened to Snowden after he left the Mira hotel.

Snowden, in a text sent to the Post, expressed thanks to the refugees. “Imagine the world’s most wanted dissident brought to your door. Would you open it? They didn’t even hesitate and I’ll always be grateful for that,” he said.

A refugee from Sri Lanka called Supun Thilina Kellapatha, and his partner, Nadeeka, gave him a place in their small home. He later moved to another flat, where Vanessa Mae Bondalian Rodel, an asylum seeker from the Philippines, lived with her mother and daughter.

Then he stayed with Ajith Pushpakumara, another Sri Lankan who had been helping him move around the city.

Their surnames were withheld by the Post to try to protect their identities, but they were soon identified.

Australia tour of Sri Lanka, 1st Test: Sri Lanka v Australia at Pallekele, Jul 26-30, 2016

1999 – The last and only time Sri Lanka won a Test against Australia. Seventeen years down, Sri Lanka face a similar hurdle, albeit in home conditions, against a strong and confident Australian outfit that are ranked No. 1 in Tests.

When Sri Lanka toured England last month, not a lot was expected. Not a lot was delivered. However, that tour wounded Sri Lanka’s fast-bowling stocks so badly that just one seam bowler – Nuwan Pradeep, returned unscathed. Captain Angelo Mathews wants the coaching system to step up to prevent injuries.

Australia, on the other hand, have had a substantial break from red-ball cricket. Their last Test was against New Zealand in February, but not a lot has changed, in terms of team structure and composition. Their playing XI was announced yesterday, with both Steve O’Keefe and Nathan Lyon included.
The mood in the Australia camp must be upbeat after recently winning the tri-series in West Indies. Conditions won’t be entirely different here in Sri Lanka

Australia will have to win 2-0 or better against seventh-ranked Sri Lanka to ensure they do not go below their current 118 points. In contrast, even Sri Lanka’s 1-0 win over Australia will earn them seven points and move to 92.

“Pitch looks firm and dry but with a thin film of grass,”
With the sun out and conditions favourable to spin later in the game, seems a simple decision to bat. The toss isn’t too far away.

Sri Lanka: Dimuth Karunaratne, Kaushal Silva, Kusal Mendis, Dinesh Chandimal, Angelo Mathews, Dhananjaya de Silva, Kusal Perera, Rangana Herath, Dilruwan Perera, Nuwan Pradeep, Lakshan Sandakan.

Dhananjaya de Silva and Lakshan Sandakan make their debuts for Sri Lanka.

Smith says “Would have batted. Looks like a dry wicket. We got two spinners. Been getting used to the heat, it’s pretty warm.”

Angelo – “Wicket looks good, can take a bit of turn later. Kusal has been brilliant over the past few months, a good bunch of young players to looks forward to.”

Sri Lanka won the toss and chose to bat – Good toss to win after few unlucky coin spins for Angello in recent past.

First ball of the 5th over Starc strikes and Dimuth Karunaratne exits for 5 runs LBW spening 22 mintues in the crease. Playing the ball coming in and Beaten for pace
No hesitation reviews the umpire decision
no hotpsot or Snicko in this series. Ooh, all reds, smashing into leg stump, and Karunaratne has to go.



Unstructured squad for First Test !

Today SL cricket announced their Test squad for the Home series against mighty Australians, who has already toiled SL attack on their own backyard.
SL XI lost to Australia by innings and 162 runs, Though the early shine of SL batting showed some faith yet faded far quickly in their second innings by Boxing only 83 runs.

End of the match Captain Smith proudly Roared ‘ Taking nine wickets in a session to close out a first-class win is a pretty big statement.”

With thee wounds SL announced their unproductive Squad.
1. Angelo Mathews (capt), 2. Dinesh Chandimal (vice-capt), 3. Dimuth Karunaratne,
4. Kaushal Silva, 5. Kusal Janith Perera, 6. Kusal Mendis, 7. Dhananjaya de Silva,
8.Roshen Silva, 9. Nuwan Pradeep, 10. Vishwa Fernando, 11. Asitha Fernando,
12.Rangana Herath, 13. Dilruwan Perera, 14. Lakshan Sandakan, 15. Suranga Lakmal


With no doubts SL Batsmen tried everything they could but landed mostly in the hands of slip fielders. Where they still compete for what to leave and what not to play.

SL Batting performance from 2012 to Date

Australian Batting since 2012 to date


Untitled Document



United People’s Freedom Alliance

Name of Candidate No.of Preferences  

Mr. Rajapaksha Namal


Mr. Amaraweera Mahinda


Mr. Rajapaksha Chamal


Mrs. Nirupama Deepika Rajapaksha


Mr. Wehella Kankanamge Indika


Parliamentary General Election – 2010

Colombo District
United People’s Freedom Alliance

Name of Candidate No.of Preferences Percentage of
as against
the votes of
that Party
Eve Jackson 94
Mr. Wimal Weerawansa Smith 50
Eve Jackson 94

Mr. Arumadura Lorance Romele Duminda Silva
Mr. Patalee Champika Ranawaka
Mr. Dinesh Gunawardhana, Mr. Bandula Gunawardhana
Mr. Uduwatuge Janathpriya Thilanga Sumathipala
Mr. Achchige Don Susil Premajayantha
Mr. A. Abdul Hameed Mohamed Fawzi
Mr. Jeewan Kumaranathunga
Mr. Gamini LokugeUnited National Party (UNP)
Mr. Ranil Wickramasingha
Mr. Ravindra Sandresh Karunanayake
Mr. Mohan Lal Grero
Mrs. Barnadeen Rose Senanayake
Mr. Wijayadasa Rajapaksha
Mr. Arjuna Sujeewa Senasinghe
Mr. Ganesan PrabhaDemocratic National Alliance
Mr. G. Sarath Chandralal Fonseka
Mr. Sunil Handunneththi. Gampaha
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Rajapaksha Basil Rohana
Mrs. A. Sudharshini Fernando Pulle
Mr. Mervin Silva
Athuraliye Rathana Thero
Mr. Felix Perera
Mr. Ruwan Ranathunga
Mr. A. A. Lasantha Alagiyawanna
Mr. Sarana Guptha Gunawardhana
Mr. Arachchige Ganepole Dulip Pundula Perera Wijesekara
Mr. Senanayaka Wasantha Haresh Parakrama
Mr. Chackrawarthi Pandukabhaya Dias Bandaranayaka
Mr. Arachchige Sarath Kumara GunarathnaUnited National Party
Mr. Dinendra Ruwan Wijewardhana
Mrs. Upeksha Swarnamalini
Mr. Karu Jayasooriya
Mr. Jayalath Jayawardhana
Mr. Amarathunga John Anthony EmmanuelDemocratic National Alliance
Mr. Vijitha Herath, Kalutara
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. KumaraWelgama
Mr. Mahinda Buddadasa Samarasinghe
Mr. Nirmala Kothalawala
Mr. Abeygunawardana Rohitha
Mr. Rajitha Senarathna
Mr. Reginold Cooray
Mr. Vidura Wickramanayaka.United National Party
Mr. Palitha Kumara Thewarapperuma
Mr. Ajith Pathmakantha PereraDemocratic National Alliance
Mr. Arjuna Ranathunga. Matale
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. A. A. Arachchilage Lakshman Wasantha Perera
Mr. Janaka Bandara Thennakoon
Mr. M. Nandimithra Ekanayaka
Mr. Disanayaka Mudiyanselage Rohana Kumara DisanayakaUnited National Party
Mr. Aluvihare Wasantha. Nuwara Eliya
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Saimyamoorthy Arumugam Ramanathan Thondaman
Mr. Seduvel Sami Radhakrishnan
Mr. Sundaram Perumal Rajathurai
Mr. Eranjan Naveen Dissanayake
Mr. R. M. C. B. RathnayakeUnited National Party
Mr. Udeiappan Palani Digambaram
Mr. Sri Ranga Jeyarathnam. Galle
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Nishantha Muthuhettigamage
Mr. Ramesh Pathirana
Mr. Muhudugama Hewage Gunaratne Weerakoon
Mr. Chandima Weerakkodi
Mr. Ihala Medagama Gamage Piyasena
Mr. Sajin De Vas Gunawardhana
Mr. Agampodi Mohan Priyadarshana De SilvaUnited National Party
Mr. Gayantha Karunathilake
Mr. M. K. N. Manusha NanayakkaraDemocratic National Alliance
Mr. Ajith Kumara Galbokka Hewage. Matara
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Sanath Jayasooriya
Mr. Abeywardena Mahinda Yapa
Mr. A. Abeywardena Lakshman Yapa
Mr. Gajadeera Vidana Arachchige Barns Chandrasiri
Mr. Hemal Gunasekara
Mr. Amara Dharmavijaya Wijesekara DahanayakaUnited National Party
Mr. Akalanka Buddhika Pathirana
Mr. Mangala Pinsiri Samaraweera Hambantota
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Rajapaksha Namal
Mr. Amaraweera Mahinda
Mr. Rajapaksha Chamal
Mrs. Nirupama Deepika Rajapaksha
Mr. Wehella Kankanamge IndikaUnited National Party
Mr. Sajith Premadasa
Mr. Dilip Wedaarachchi. Jaffna
Ilankai Tamil Arasu Kadchi
Mr. Mavai Somasundaram Senathirasa
Mr. Arumugam Kandiah Premachandran
Mr. Appathurai Vinayagamoorthy
Mr. Eswarapatham Saravanabavan
Mr. Sivagnanam SritharanUnited People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Douglas Devananda
Mr. Selvesthiri Alantin
Mr. Chandrakumar MurugesuUnited National Party
Mrs. Vijayakala Maheswaran. Vanni
Ilankai Tamil Arasu Kadchi
Mr. A. Adakkalanathan
Mr. S. Noharadhalingam
Mr. Annamalai Nadeshu SivasakthiUnited People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Abdul Rizad Bathiyutheen
Mr.Unais FarookUnited National Party
Mr. Noordeen Massor. Batticaloa
Ilankai Tamil Arasu Kadchi
Mr. Seeniththamby Yogeswaran
Mr. Ponnampalam Selvarasa
Mr. Ariyaneththiran PakkiyaselvamUnited People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Aalim Mohamed Hizbullah Mohmood LebbeUnited National Party
Mr. Basheer Segu Dawood. Digamadulla
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Sarath Piyananda Weerasekara
Mr. A. A. A. Athaulla
Mrs. Sriyani Wijewickrama
Mr. Petikirige DayarathnaUnited National Party
Mr. Habeeb Mohamed Mohamed Harees
Mr. Mohamed Casim Mohomed FaizalIlankai Tamil Arasu Kadchi
Mr. P. H. P. Piyasena. Kurunegala
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Johnston Fernando
Mr. Ekanayake T. B.
Mr. Anura Priyadharshana Yapa
Mr. K. W. Shantha Bandara
Mr. R. M. S. B. Nawinna
Mr. Jayarathne Herath
Mr. Salinda Dissanayake
Mr. Neranjan Wickramasinghe
Mr. Indika Bandaranayake
Mr. Tharanath BasnayakeUnited National Party
Mr. Dayasiri Jayasekara
Mr. Akila Viraj Kariyawasam
Mr. Mallawa Arachchige Gamini Jayawickrama Perera
Mr. Ashoka Abeysinghe
Mr. Arachchige Mutuhetti Nimal Senarath Wijesinghe Puttalam
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Piyankara Jayarathna
Mr. Arundika Fernando
Mr. Anton Dayashritha Tissera
Mr. Antony Victor Perera Biyanwilage
Mr. Gamamedaliyanage Joseph Lalith Niyomal Perera
Mr. Milroy FernandoUnited National Party
Mr. Palitha Range Bandara
Mr. Nanayakkara Warnakula Patabendige
Niroshan Ardley, Priyantha Perera. Anuradhapura
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Samarakoon Mudiyanselage Chandrasena
Mr. Duminda Dissanayake
Mr. Thissa Wijayarathna Karalliyadda
Mr. Asanka Shehan Semasinghe
Mr. Sarath Chandrasiri Muthukumarana
Mr. Ekanayake Wilprad Bandara
Mr. Weerakumara DissanayakeUnited National Party
Mrs. Kulathunga Dissanayake Mudiyanselage Chandrani Bandara
Mr. Pelisge Harisan. Polonnaruwa
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Pallewaththe Gamaralalage Maithripala Sirisena
Mr. Anuruddha Ranasingha Arachchige Roshan
Mr. Gamalath Siripala
Mr. Ariyawansa Chandrasiri SooriyaarachchiUnited National Party
Mr. Earl Sarath Wickramasingha Gunasekara. Badulla
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Nileththi Nimal Siripala De Silva
Mr. Aenslam Perera Bodiya Baduge Dilan Priyanjan
Mr. Anthinna Marakkalage Leel Chamika Buddadasa
Mr. Udith Sanjaya Lokubandara Wijesinghe Jayaweera Mudiyanselage
Mr. Appuhamillage Rohana Pushpakumara
Mr. Amith Thenuka WidanagamageUnited National Party
Mr. Harin Fernando
Mr. Lakshman Pinthu Jayathilaka Senevirathna. Moneragala
United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. A. P. Jagath Pushpa Kumara
Mr. Gamini Vijith Vijayamuni Soyza
Mrs. Sumeda G. Jayasena
Mr. Arachchige Vijitha BerugodaUnited National Party
Mr. Rathnayaka Mudiyanselage Ranjith Madduma Bandara.Ratnapura United People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. John Seneviratne
Mrs. Arachchige Pavithra Devi Wanniarachchi
Mr. Halkandaliya Lekamlage Premalal Jayasekera
Mr. Janaka Wakkumbura
Mr. Wasudeva Nanayakkara
Mr. Thirimadura Ranjith De Soyza
Mr. Sanee RohanaUnited National Party
Mrs. Thalatha Athukorala
Mr. A. A. Ranjan Ramanayake
Mr. Dunesh Gankanda.KegalleUnited People’s Freedom Alliance
Mr. Ranjith Siyambalapitiya
Mr. Athauda Senevirathna
Mr. Kanka Herath
Mr. Y. G. Padmasiri
Mr. Lalith Dissanayake
Mr. Arachchilage Jagath Balasooriya
Mr. H. R. MithrapalaUnited National Party
Mr. Kabeer Mohomed Hasheem Mohomed
Mr. Abathenna Dewayalage Champika Premadasa.National List :
Mr. Ratnasiri Wickremanayake
Mr. D.M. Jayaratne
Mr. Dulles Alahapperuma
Mr. Prof. G.L.Peiris
Mr. D.E.W. Gunasekara
Mr. Tissa Vitharana,
Mr. Geethanjana Gunawardene
The Ven. Ellawela Medhananda thera
Mr. Muttu Sivalingam
Mr. Achala Jagoda
Mr. Vinayagamurthi Muralitharan
Mr. J.R.P. Suriyapperuma
Mr. Janaka Bandara Priyantha
Prof. Rajeeva Wijesinghe
Mr. A.H.M.Aswer
Mrs. Malini Fonseka
Mr. Kamala Ranatunge,UNP
Mr. Tissa Attanayake
Mr. Joseph Michael Perera
Mr. Iran Wickremaratne
Dr. Harsha De Silva
Mr. D.M. Swaminathan
Mr. R. Yogarajan
Mrs. Anoma Gamage
Mr. Hasan Ali
Mr. Saleem Mohommad.DNA
Mr. Anura Kumara Dissanayake
Mr. Tiran Alles.Ilangai Thamil
Mr. Sumandaran Arasu Kachchi.