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Name:
Mahanama, Roshan S
Date of Birth:
31-05-1966
Place of Birth:
Colombo
Career:
Test: 1986 - 1998
ODI: 1986 - 1999
Teams:
Sri Lanka (Country)

Sledging: Healy rattles Mahanama cage

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Roshan Mahanama: Dashing batsman, exceptional fielder

Mahanama, Roshan S

A dashing right-hand batsman and brilliant fielder Roshan Mahanama's is best remembered as a cricketer for his world record second wicket partnership of 576 with Sanath Jayasuriya in a Test match against India at the R Premadasa Stadium in 1997, since surpassed by Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene in 2006.

Mahanama's contribution to that partnership was 225, the highest score of his career. He was a key member of Sri Lanka's World Cup winning side of 1996.

Following his team's disastrous showing in the 1999 World Cup, Mahanama was dropped from the side to groom young talent. But when players older than him still found a place it hurt Mahanama and as a matter of principle and self-respect he decided to retire.

Soon after Mahanama put out his biography 'Retired Hurt' which delves deeply into the ups and downs of his career. His affable character and good breeding saw him follow Ranjan Madugalle as an ICC match referee in May 2004, a role he has fulfilled quite competently.

Source: Cricinfo

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