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Cricket: Huge changes at Sri Lanka Cricket

Come January Sri Lanka Cricket will have a new Chief Executive Officer who will be responsible for all matters pertaining to cricket.
It is learned that the position will be advertised next week.
A senior member of the SLC executive committee said that the present acting CEO Ajith Jayasekera has been moved to handle matters regarding the Sri Lanka Premier League (SLPL), but he will handle administration till the vacancy is filled by January 15.
The SLC member said: “The new CEO will be given the task of handling all matters on cricket with his staff keeping with the recommendation of former ICC chief Haroon Lorgat and the executive committee will handle only policy matters.” However, the new CEO will be a person with both cricket and an administrative background, he said.
The position of CEO was earlier handled by Dhammika Ranatunga, Anura Tennekoon and Duleep Mendis.
On Friday (30) the executive committee met Sports Minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage and discussed the Lorgat report and the ways to implement its recommendations.
Minister Aluthgamage said: “It is embarrassing to say that till I met the SLC executive committee and discussed about the Lorgat report they had not even planned to discuss the matter. I asked them after spending that huge sum of money to get professional opinion, why they had not taken any steps to implement the Lorgat recommendations.
“I directed the ex-co to ascertain what segments of the report that they could implement from that report and report back to me by the end of December. However I stressed that a strong CEO who should be running the show – not SLC President Upali Dharmadasa and Secretary Nishantha Ranatunga as it is happening now. I directed them to make that move with immediate effect.
“Besides that, I also told the ex-co to reduce its members – it has 22 now –and limit it to about six in keeping with the Lorgat report.”
Another matter that the minister pointed out was that the SLC should have one opinion on the cricket structure – whether it is going to be a club-based structure or a cascading provincial system.
The minister said the recommendations of the Lorgat report would be implemented during next year.


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