Lasith Abeyratne2022-03-23T13:39:38+00:00

Lasith Abeyratne

Date of Birth 23/05/1993
Age 29
NationalitySri Lankan
Player Status Unavailable
Playing Role Batter
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style RH Top Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Sri Lanka Emerging Players, Sri Lanka U19s, Colombo Cricket Club, Colombo District

Lasith Abeyratne is an accomplished batter who was Colombo's chief run-getter during last season's Premier Tournament (2019/20).

The diminutive batter topped CCC's run-charts and was the 4h leading run-scorer in Sri Lanka's top flight (Tier A) first-class competition. He opened his 2019/20 campaign with a brilliant 153 - his 10th first-class century - and proceeded to rack up a season tally of 788 runs at 56.28.

The former CCC wicket-keeper relinquished the gloves a few years ago to focus on his batting and his decision has resulted in a deluge of runs, particularly in red-ball cricket where he has clocked up 4,681 runs at 37.75 since his debut as a teenager during the 2010/11 season.

Abeyratne, who comes highly recommended plays alongside the likes of international players, Lakshan Rangika, Ashan Priyanjan, Dilshan Munaweera, Sachith Pathirana, and Wanindu Hasaranga, has also featured for the Sri Lankan Under-19s (2010-12) and Emerging Players (2015). Abeyratne played against the touring England Under-19s early in 2011, in a side that featured the likes of Daniel Bell-Drummond, Tymal Mills, and Ben Foakes.

Abeyratne has already forged an excellent career during his 150 plus domestic matches since his debut back in May 2011. Over the past four seasons, Abeyratne has pushed himself onto the national radar courtesy of 401 runs at 30.84 (2016/17), 707 runs at 50.50 (2017/18), 565 runs at 35.31 (2018/19), and 788 runs at 56.28 (2019/20). His 2017/18 season was an incredibly prolific one for Abeyratne, as he finished amongst leading run-scorers in the Tier A first-class competition to include 3 centuries, one of which he converted into a double (234*).

The run machine is unavailable for the 2022 season but will consider the following season.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 23/05/1993
Age 29
NationalitySri Lankan
Player StatusUnavailable
Playing RoleBatter
Player Status Unavailable
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style RH Top Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Sri Lanka Emerging Players, Sri Lanka U19s, Colombo Cricket Club, Colombo District

Lasith Abeyratne is an accomplished batter who was Colombo's chief run-getter during last season's Premier Tournament (2019/20).

The diminutive batter topped CCC's run-charts and was the 4h leading run-scorer in Sri Lanka's top flight (Tier A) first-class competition. He opened his 2019/20 campaign with a brilliant 153 - his 10th first-class century - and proceeded to rack up a season tally of 788 runs at 56.28.

The former CCC wicket-keeper relinquished the gloves a few years ago to focus on his batting and his decision has resulted in a deluge of runs, particularly in red-ball cricket where he has clocked up 4,681 runs at 37.75 since his debut as a teenager during the 2010/11 season.

Abeyratne, who comes highly recommended plays alongside the likes of international players, Lakshan Rangika, Ashan Priyanjan, Dilshan Munaweera, Sachith Pathirana, and Wanindu Hasaranga, has also featured for the Sri Lankan Under-19s (2010-12) and Emerging Players (2015). Abeyratne played against the touring England Under-19s early in 2011, in a side that featured the likes of Daniel Bell-Drummond, Tymal Mills, and Ben Foakes.

Abeyratne has already forged an excellent career during his 150 plus domestic matches since his debut back in May 2011. Over the past four seasons, Abeyratne has pushed himself onto the national radar courtesy of 401 runs at 30.84 (2016/17), 707 runs at 50.50 (2017/18), 565 runs at 35.31 (2018/19), and 788 runs at 56.28 (2019/20). His 2017/18 season was an incredibly prolific one for Abeyratne, as he finished amongst leading run-scorers in the Tier A first-class competition to include 3 centuries, one of which he converted into a double (234*).

The run machine is unavailable for the 2022 season but will consider the following season.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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