Amila Chandima Kalamulla(AC) will lead SLCC for the second consecutive season.
A C Kalamulla was once again announced Captain to lead SLCC this season with a strong squad of players who shows great potential to make the side a strong competitor in the Sunday league to compete against senior clubs in the Sunday league organized by the Hong Kong Cricket Association, whilst Sandeep Hathiramani being appointed Team Manager and Kelum Chaturanga being appointed Training in charge.
SLCC Squad 2012-2013: Amila Chandima Kalamulla(Captain) , Chandrin Dissanayake , Prashanth Gangadhar , Muhammad Mudasar , D M Thrimendra T Dissanayake , Shammika Don Walpola , Buddika Perera W S N O , P Kelum C Perera , Mohanna Marzook , Sandeep Hathiaramani , Sarwar Shan , Sikandar Zafar , Afzaal Ahmed , Brar Jagmeet Singh , Ghulam Hussain , Khan Maji , Khan Uzair , Mohammad Kamran
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|Hong Kong Edition|
Carnaegie’s Sri Lankans Cricket Club to the FINALS!!!
Hong Kong Premier League (Sunday League)
Organized by the Hong Kong Cricket Association
Dear Sponsors, Well Wishers and everyone who supported Carnegie’s Sri Lankans Cricket Club during this season.
Firstly we would like to take this opportunity to thank our Title Sponsor Carnegie’s International Group and Co-Sponsors Vin’s Motors / Shotcrete Solutions / Aishwarya (HK) Ltd and all other contributors for their generous financial support and, in doing so, making this great achievement of becoming a Semi Finalist of the Hong Kong Premier League (Sunday League) organized by the Hong Kong Cricket Association possible for the first time in our history of 5 years.
We highly appreciate all above sponsor’s generosity in supporting the society.
We will make our best efforts to reach to the final and make our sponsors’ and well wishers proud.
The Semi Final will be held at Hong Kong Cricket Club on the 8th May 2011 starting at 10:00am and we would like to welcome all supporters to come and participate and enjoy this great day which promises the best of Cricket in Hong Kong.
We also, like to wish Pakistan Association / HKCC Scorpions who are the other Semi Finalists and our opponent HKCC Optimists the very best of luck.
Carnegie’s Sri Lankans Cricket Club
27 March, 2011.
Carnegie's Srilankan's Cricket Club beat HKCC Wanderers by 8 wickets!
HKCC Wanderers won the toss and elected to bat first. But Carnegie's SLCC bowling attack bowled them out in 36 overs just for 141 runs.
R. Hamman were the major highlight in HKCC Wanderes batting with 51 runs.
R. Ponnuswamy and H. Shekhawat claimed 3 wickets each.
KH Karuasena grabbed 2 wickets while TK Dissanayake also claimed 1 wicket.
Target of 142 runs were chased down easily even Carnegie's SLCC lost their top batter Ibrez Syed who added only 15 runs from his account with a 20 runs contribution from P. Srinivas.
R. Ponnuswamy with his un-beaten 52 with H. Shekhawat's un-beaten 38 finished off the game in 21 overs.
Ramesh Ponnuswamy claimed man of the match award HK$ 500, and award were presented by HKCC legend Mr. George Lamplough.
Carnegie's SLCC pose after another great win in this season against HKCC Wanderers at Mission Road Ground, Hong Kong.
13 March, 2011
Carnegie's Sri Lankan's Cricket Club recorded another win over JKN Little Sai Wan Knights in HKCA Sunday League match 2010-11, by 31 runs.
Carnegie's Srilankan's CC choosed to bat first after winning the toss. JKN Little Sai Wan bowled well and restricted Carnegie's SLCC to 170 in 43 overs.
H. Shekhawat (67), A. Byanna (36) and A. Chandima (30) were the main highlights in batting from Carnegie's SLCC. Amanat Khan 4/22, Niaz Ali 2/15 and L. Singh 2/44 were the bowling highlights by JKN LSW Knights.
Carnegie's SLCC bowled very well and got JKN LSW Knights all out for 139 in 45.2 overs. Founder, Chairman and Captain Chandrin Dissanayake 2/18, K. H. Karunasena 3/23.
Himmat Shekhawat recieved HK$ 500 Man of the match award from Mr. Chong.
Syed Kashif recieved a farewell award of HK$ 1000 from Mr. Peter Mann for his contributions to SLCC.
Carnegie's Sri Lankan's Cricket Club beat Little Sai Wan Cricket Club by 5 wickets in the HKCA Sunday league 2010-11.
This is second victory over Little Sai Wan in the current League by Carnegie's Sri Lankan's Cricket Club.
Kaushal Karunasena recieved HK$ 500 Man of the Match award from Mr. Peter Mann .
JKN Little Sai Wan won the toss and batted first. Carnegie's Sri Lankan's CC restricted them to total of 134 in 43 overs. Nizakat Khan scored a watchfull 40 runs innings, MK Kumar kept himself very active and busy behind the stumps taking 3 catches and 2 stumpings. Kaushal grabbed 4 wickets and out of that 3 were with Kumar co-ordination behind the stumps. A Bayana with his 4 maiden overs completed his magical spell of 10 overs for 14 runs only and took 2 wickets of Tabarak Dar and Haseeb Amjad.
Chairman, Founder & Captain of Carnegie's SLCC, Chandrin Dissanayake impressed with his experience by bowling a very tight spell of 7 overs, costing only 14 runs of it with a maiden and claimed 1 wicket.
Carnegie's SLCC chased the target in 30 overs. Ibrez Sayed was first wicket to fell at the total of 17 runs, Irfan did the damage but after that H Shekhawat (44*) and A Bayana (38) played with better controle and took their team close to victory.
Nadeem Ahmed were the only bowler from Little Sai Wan who resisted bit more than other LSW's bowlers defending a low total and in his 7 overs he just gave 17 runs and took 1 wicket. Haseeb Amjad claimed 2 wickets for 33 runs in 9 overs.