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* Sri Lanka Sports Medical Unit plans a programme to boost morale of the national cricketers
Tue, Jan 1, 2013, 12:09 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Jan 01, Colombo: Sports Medical Unit of Sri Lanka Sports Ministry has planned a programme to boost the morale of the Sri Lanka cricketers who recently sustained severe drawbacks and humiliating defeats.

Director General of the Sports Medicine Unit, Prof. Arjuna de Silva, said the programme would be implemented after the Sri Lanka team returns from the Australian tour.

The Unit has employed Sports Mental Health Specialist Sumudu Weerasinghe to provide the consultations, the official said.

Sports Medical Unit has conducted such programs for athletes and gained positive outcome, Dr. Arjuna de Silva said.

In addition, the Sports Medical Unit has set forth several proposals also to the Ministry of Sports regarding the cricket team.



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