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* Sri Lanka Cricket selectors to remain transparent during tenure
Thu, Feb 7, 2013, 07:23 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Feb 07, Colombo: The newly elected panel of Sri Lanka cricket selectors today assured to remain transparent during their tenure at Sri Lanka Cricket when they met with the coaches, technical team and players at SLC headquarters Wednesday.

This is the first time the new selectors headed by Sanath Jayasuriya together with the Secretary of SLC Nishantha Ranatunga met with all the technical teams of the sport.

Meeting with coaches, trainers, physios and referees, the selectors outlined their expectations of the players to be at their best in all aspects of the game, especially focusing on the fitness and commitment on training to keep the players free of injury.

The Selectors also spoke to all the coaches employed by SLC in their coaching Division headed by Jerome Jayaratne.

The panel asked the match referees to provide information on noteworthy players since the referees are in the best position to identify new talent in the field.

The selectors told the contracted players that the panel's objective is to do their best for the country and requested the players to concentrate on the game,

The panel committed its two full time selectors Hashan Tillakaratne and Promodaya Wickremasinghe to be present at every match and team training session.

The selectors panel chaired by Jayasuriya comprises selectors Hashan Tillakaratne, Pramodya Wickremasinghe, Eric Upashantha and Chaminda Mendis.

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