Rangana Herath

Rangana Herath

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Herath Mudiyanselage Rangana Keerthi Bandara Herath, also known as H. M. R. K. B. Herath or Rangana Herath or Jack (born 19 March 1978, Kurunegala) is a Sri Lankan cricketer. He was educated at Mayurapada Central College, Narammala and Maliyadeva College. He has also played cricket for Kurunegala Youth Cricket Club and Moors Sports Club. His bowling style is slow left arm orthodox. He made his Test match debut at Galle, Sri Lanka against the Australian cricket team in 1999, and his One Day International (ODI) debut against the Zimbabwean cricket team at Harare Sports Ground in 2004.

Herath joined the Sri Lankan squad in 2008 to face West Indies, for two Tests and three ODIs. In one of his warm up matches he got a five wicket haul.

He played a few matches for Surrey during the latter part of the 2009 English cricket season.

In April 2010, Herath joined Hampshire, where he played in the first half of the 2010 County Championship before fellow Sri Lankan Ajantha Mendis replaced him for the second half of the season.

Playing career

Test cricket

Australia (1999)

Rangana Herath ascended to prominence against Australia in 1999 with a "mystery" ball. He broke into the national side after an impressive A tour to England. Herath while playing in two test matches in the series, deceived the visiting Australians with a delivery that darted the other way. He took six test wickets against the Australians.

India, West Indies (2010)

Herath played only...
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