The board's decision clears Gunathilaka to play in the three-match T20 series in the United Arab Emirates, though the final squad of 15 will not be announced until Friday.
Sri Lanka's cricket board is reconsidering plans to play a match against Pakistan in Lahore later this month after its players expressed security concerns, officials said on Saturday.
SLC bans Chamara Silva for two-year from all cricket-related activities for manipulating domestic match result
Former Sri Lanka batsman Chamara Silva has been handed a two-year ban from cricket-related activities for breaching the spirit of the game during a Tier-B first class match earlier this year, which was probed for alleged match-fixing.
Former Sri Lankan captain Arjuna Ranatunga skipped a brainstorming session, organised to probe into Sri Lankan cricket's decline, because it wasn't a sports ministry exercise but something done by the current cricket administration itself
Sri Lanka will play its first day-and-night Test match later this month when they meet Pakistan for a two-match series in the United Arab Emirates, the cricket board said Monday.
India vs Sri Lanka: SLC chief Thilanga Sumathipala rejects call for his resignation from Arjuna Ranatunga
Sumathipala said his administration has laid long term plans to resurrect the country's cricket but it will take 3-4 more years to yield results.
India vs Sri Lanka: Arjuna Ranatunga slams hosts' cricket board, renews calls to sack Thilanga Sumathipala
Ranatunga said Sri Lanka's XI could not be faulted for the humiliating 3-0 drubbing but squared the blame entirely with management.
Sri Lanka Cricket approves return to Pakistan to play three T20 internationals after eight year hiatus
Sri Lanka's cricket board has approved a tour to Pakistan, eight years after a deadly militant attack against the team brought top international games there to a standstill, officials said on Monday.
Former skipper Arjuna Ranatunga has blamed Sri Lanka's string of humiliating defeats on the country's cricket chief and demanded his investigation by the International Cricket Council.
The Sri Lanka Cricket board on Wednesday offered cash and new clothes to temporary groundsmen who were forced to hand in the uniforms they were wearing before being paid their wages.
Dinesh Chandimal appointed as Sri Lanka's new Test captain; Upul Tharanga to lead team in ODIs and T20Is
Sri Lanka's new Test captain Chandimal said he will put his heart and soul to improve the team's standards in the longest format of the game.
Nic Pothas will be responsible for preparing the Sri Lankan team for two upcoming tours by Zimbabwe and India.
Graham Ford, who has also coached South Africa, Surrey and Kent, ended his first spell in Sri Lanka in 2014 when his two-year contract expired.
Former Sri Lanka captain Aravinda de Silva has stepped down as chairman of the national board's cricket committee for personal reasons after roughly a year.
Legendary Pakistani paceman Wasim Akram said that Sri Lanka had a promising crop of fast bowlers despite their traditional reliance on spin after holding a coaching session with the islanders Thursday.
The long-standing bonhomie between sub-continental cricket boards again came to the fore as SLC acknowledged the much needed support from BCCI, which has vehemently opposed the proposed 'two-Tier' Test system by the ICC.
Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) on Friday appointed former South Africa wicketkeeper Nic Pothas as the national cricket team's fielding coach.
Just a few days after wrestler Narshing Yadav was caught for doping, another Rio Olympics qualified athlete Inderjeet Singh, a shot putter, has failed a dope test as his 'A' sample returned positive for a banned substance.
The International Cricket Council's (ICC) proposed two-tier Test system will not save cricket, because “context”, the latest buzzword among cricket administrators, is not Test cricket’s biggest problem, but quality is.
Sri Lanka's cricket board said it will seek compensation from the world anti-doping agency (WADA) over the wrongful suspension of wicket keeper Kusal Perera.