Rumesh Ratnayake

Rumesh Ratnayake

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Rumesh Ratnayake

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Rumesh Joseph Ratnayake (born January 2, 1964, Colombo) is a former Sri Lankan cricketer who played in 23 Tests and 70 ODI from 1982 to 1993.

Ratnayake was a right arm fast-medium bowler who was capable of swinging the new ball and generating considerable pace and bounce. His career was often interrupted with injuries.

One of his best performances came in the 1985/86 series against India, taking 20 wickets at 22 for the series. In the 2nd Test he managed 9 wickets in the match which gave Sri Lanka a rare Test win, and inaugural series victory. Other good hauls include 6 for 66 against Australia at Hobart in 1990/91 and 5 for 69 against England at Lords.

After Retirement

In July 2001 Ratnayake became the administrative team manager for the Sri Lankan national cricket team. July 25th, 2001 Retrieved on June 17th, 2008

In 2003 Ratnayake was a development officer for the Asian Cricket Council, July 18th, 2003 Retrieved on June 17th, 2008Retrieved on June 17th, 2008

Ratnayake was in May 2007 linked with the Sri Lankan national cricket team assistant coaching job Sunday Times newspaper (Sri Lanka) Sunday May 20th, 2007 Retrieved on June 17th, 2008...
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