Shehan Jayasuriya retires from Sri Lanka cricket

Sri Lanka

Left-hand batsman will be relocating to the USA with his family

Top-order batsman Shehan Jayasuriya has called time on his Sri Lanka career, according to a release from the SLC. The 29-year-old left-hand batsman has taken this decision after choosing to relocate to the USA with his family.

Jayasuriya represented Sri Lanka 30 times in ODIs and T20Is, with a high-score of 96 against Pakistan in Karachi. He also played 80 first-class games between 2009 and 2020, averaging over 42.

Jayasuriya most recently played in the Lanka Premier League that ended in December 2020, representing tournament runners-up Galle Gladiators.

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