Dilshan leads Lankan charge
Sri Lanka skipper Tillekaratne Dilshan lived up to his challenge of proving England were wrong to brand his team sitting ducks against short-pitched fast bowling as Sri Lanka overcame some frightening moments to set a packed Lord’s cricket ground alight with the highest opening stand of 207 on English soil and a maiden century on the second day of the second cricket Test here in London yesterday.
Boardroom politics boomerangs in Cardiff

Nero played the fiddle while Rome was on fire. At least he did so while he was in his own castle in the city. Yet in today’s context the present Lankan Nero – the Sri Lanka Cricket Interim Committee Chairman D.S. de Silva -- is blissfully holidaying at his English residence on an extended vacation while the very institution which he heads is on the verge of collapse.

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