Nishan Madushka2022-03-23T13:40:24+00:00

Nishan Madushka

Date of Birth 10/09/1999
Age 22
NationalitySri Lankan
Player Status Unavailable
Playing Role Wicket-Keeper
Bowling Style N/A
Batting Style RH Opening Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Sri Lanka Emerging Players, Sri Lanka U19s, Ragama Cricket Club, Dambulla District, Galle District, Colts Cricket Club, Police Sports Club

Nishan Madushka is, without a doubt, one of Sri Lanka’s brightest batting stars.

A prodigious opening batter, Madushka dominated at Sri Lankan Under-19 level and was fast-tracked to the Emerging Players side for the South Asian Games Men's Cricket Competition (December 2019). His exploits, including his 38-ball 65 against Bhutan, helped Sri Lanka to the Final, which they, unfortunately, lost to Bangladesh.

The youngster had previously made his List A and first-class debut's for Dambulla District (May 2018) and Colts Cricket Club (Jan 2019) respectively.

Madushka, who also doubles as a high-class gloveman, scored 46 on his first-class debut (v Burgher Recreation Club) and followed up with his maiden half-century - 67 against Nondescripts Cricket Club in his second outing. He moved to Police Sports Club for his third outing, striking 70 on debut against SL Navy, before concluding the 2018/19 season with his brilliant maiden century - 143 v Kurunegala Youth.

He moved to Ragama for the 2019/20 season and, unsurprisingly, impressed, hitting centuries against Tamil Union (169) and Lankan (154) amongst 444 runs at 63.42. He also finished second in the T20 run charts with an incredible 322 runs at 64.60 in January 2020.

Last summer, in the absence of first-class cricket due to COVID, Madushka continued to churn out the runs in white-ball cricket, hitting 304 runs at 38 (List A), and 159 runs at 22.71 (T20).

The talented keeper/batter looks set for an incredibly bright future, but this comes as no surprise, given his exploits at school and age-group level in recent years.

Madushka hit the magical 1,000 run mark - the ultimate goal for a batter in school cricket, in the Singer U19 Division One Tournament in 2019. The Moratu Vidyalaya run machine churned out 5 centuries and 3 fifties on his way to the 1000-run mark with a top-score of 171 not-out. He was the leading run-scorer in the U19 Tournament in 2018/19.

He also impressed in his 14 outings for the Sri Lanka Under-19s. In his 2 Youth Test matches against India, he struck 173 runs at 43.25 including a century (104) in July 2018. In 12 ODI matches, he belted a further 415 runs at 37.72 including a century (109*) against Zimbabwe at the ICC Under-19 World Cup held in New Zealand in January 2018.

Following another productive Asia Cup tournament (Sept/Oct 2018), he continued to shine, hitting another century – this time 121 in the traditional fixture for Moratu Vidyalaya against Maris Stella College, Negombo.

Madushka is a run machine that has churned out runs at all levels to date. He was set to embark on his maiden UK stint in 2020, having signed with Bradford League club Townville. COVID put pay to his trip, therefore, he is now eager to secure another opportunity for the UK 2022 season.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 10/09/1999
Age 22
NationalitySri Lankan
Player StatusUnavailable
Playing RoleWicket-Keeper
Player Status Unavailable
Bowling Style N/A
Batting Style RH Opening Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Sri Lanka Emerging Players, Sri Lanka U19s, Ragama Cricket Club, Dambulla District, Galle District, Colts Cricket Club, Police Sports Club

Nishan Madushka is, without a doubt, one of Sri Lanka’s brightest batting stars.

A prodigious opening batter, Madushka dominated at Sri Lankan Under-19 level and was fast-tracked to the Emerging Players side for the South Asian Games Men's Cricket Competition (December 2019). His exploits, including his 38-ball 65 against Bhutan, helped Sri Lanka to the Final, which they, unfortunately, lost to Bangladesh.

The youngster had previously made his List A and first-class debut's for Dambulla District (May 2018) and Colts Cricket Club (Jan 2019) respectively.

Madushka, who also doubles as a high-class gloveman, scored 46 on his first-class debut (v Burgher Recreation Club) and followed up with his maiden half-century - 67 against Nondescripts Cricket Club in his second outing. He moved to Police Sports Club for his third outing, striking 70 on debut against SL Navy, before concluding the 2018/19 season with his brilliant maiden century - 143 v Kurunegala Youth.

He moved to Ragama for the 2019/20 season and, unsurprisingly, impressed, hitting centuries against Tamil Union (169) and Lankan (154) amongst 444 runs at 63.42. He also finished second in the T20 run charts with an incredible 322 runs at 64.60 in January 2020.

Last summer, in the absence of first-class cricket due to COVID, Madushka continued to churn out the runs in white-ball cricket, hitting 304 runs at 38 (List A), and 159 runs at 22.71 (T20).

The talented keeper/batter looks set for an incredibly bright future, but this comes as no surprise, given his exploits at school and age-group level in recent years.

Madushka hit the magical 1,000 run mark - the ultimate goal for a batter in school cricket, in the Singer U19 Division One Tournament in 2019. The Moratu Vidyalaya run machine churned out 5 centuries and 3 fifties on his way to the 1000-run mark with a top-score of 171 not-out. He was the leading run-scorer in the U19 Tournament in 2018/19.

He also impressed in his 14 outings for the Sri Lanka Under-19s. In his 2 Youth Test matches against India, he struck 173 runs at 43.25 including a century (104) in July 2018. In 12 ODI matches, he belted a further 415 runs at 37.72 including a century (109*) against Zimbabwe at the ICC Under-19 World Cup held in New Zealand in January 2018.

Following another productive Asia Cup tournament (Sept/Oct 2018), he continued to shine, hitting another century – this time 121 in the traditional fixture for Moratu Vidyalaya against Maris Stella College, Negombo.

Madushka is a run machine that has churned out runs at all levels to date. He was set to embark on his maiden UK stint in 2020, having signed with Bradford League club Townville. COVID put pay to his trip, therefore, he is now eager to secure another opportunity for the UK 2022 season.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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