Thilanga to hand in nominations today

- srilankamirror.com

(Srilankamirror) - Thilanga Sumathipala is due to hand in nominations before noon today (Dec. 19) to contest for the position of chairman of Sri Lanka Cricket.

Speaking to ‘Srilankamirror’, a top aide of Mr. Sumathipala confirmed his candidature and said he was due to meet sports minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage at 10.00 am today to inform him about it.

Upali Dharmadasa has already submitted nominations to contest for the top cricket position, along with K. Mathivanan and Asanga Seneviratne (vice president) and H. Perera (deputy secretary), who are supported by him.

Candidates supported by Mr. Sumathipala have handed in nominations for other positions at SLC.

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