Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has announced that it has achieved its highest-ever annual net income of 6.3 billion rupees in the year 2022, a significant milestone for the Lankan cricket board. Sri Lanka Cricket attributed this impressive growth in net income to four key revenue segments, namely international cricket, domestic cricket, sponsorship contracts, and ICC annual member disbursements.
The board expressed its satisfaction with this achievement, highlighting that it is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the SLC team.
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Furthermore, it was revealed on Thursday that Sri Lanka’s Sports Minister, Roshan Ranasinghe, has appointed a 10-member committee to draft a new constitution for SLC.
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The committee’s primary objective is to revamp the board’s governance structure and introduce measures to ensure transparency, accountability, and efficiency in the administration of cricket in Sri Lanka. The move is a part of the government’s ongoing efforts to revitalize Sri Lankan cricket and foster an environment that promotes the growth and development of the sport.
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The 10-member committee, which is tasked with drafting a new constitution for Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), is headed by the retired Supreme Court judge KT Chithrasiri and comprises legal experts and former national cricketers, including Charith Senanayake and Farveez Mahroof.
Sports Minister Roshan Ranasinghe announced that he had sought guidance and expert advice from the International Cricket Council (ICC) to ensure that the new constitution is in line with global best practices. The minister is optimistic that the new constitution will be ready within the next two months, providing a clear roadmap for the future governance and management of cricket in Sri Lanka
The Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) elections for office bearers have been plagued by controversy over the years, with many expressing concerns about the excessive number of votes and the possibility of malpractice, such as vote-buying, in order to further certain vested interests. This has led to a lack of transparency and fairness in the election process, resulting in a sense of unease and mistrust among stakeholders in the cricketing community.
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