Sri Lanka's bowling coach Chaminda Vaas expressed satisfaction with the performance of spinners Malinda Pushpakumara and Lakshan Sadakan, who shared five wickets between them to restrict India to 329 for six at stumps on Day One of the third Test
When it comes to playing a Test at home against India, hosts Sri Lanka have always preferred to play the first match of the series at Galle
Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) on Friday roped in pace great Chaminda Vaas as the specialist fast bowling coach for the series against India
Defending champions Ghatkopar Jets proved their supremacy as they beat last year's finalists Mumbai Police City Riders by 44 runs in the final of the Mitsui Shoji T20 tournament organised at Police Gymkhana
Virat Kohli is in the form of his life and Chaminda Vaas paid the India batsman a big tribute when he said, "If I were to bowl to Virat in this form, I am sure he would have hit me for six sixes in an over
Encouraging fast bowlers to indulge in out-of-the-box training methods will help them survive longer, reckons Chaminda Vaas; former Sri Lanka left-arm pacer is in Mumbai for a T20 event
Former Sri Lanka bowler Chaminda Vaas is to help Ireland prepare for the ICC World Twenty20 tournament in India as a consultant bowling coach, Cricket Ireland announced today
Impressed with India's aggressive brand of cricket in the two Test matches so far, former Sri Lanka pacer yesterday said that the five-bowler theory is reaping rich results
Champaka Ramanayake has replaced Chaminda Vaas as Sri Lanka's fast bowling coach, Sri Lanka Cricket announced yesterday
Former Sri Lanka paceman Chaminda Vaas will work with New Zealand as a specialist bowling coach on the Black Caps' upcoming two-Test tour of his homeland.
MiD DAY speaks to Saqlain Mushtaq, Chaminda Vaas, Makhaya Ntini and Shaun Pollock on the fear factor
Sri Lanka's veteran speedster surprised at call-up for World Cup final
Pakistan have a decisive edge in the third Test against Sri Lanka after they took a 366-run lead at the end of the third day's play.
It's Chaminda Vaas' last Test for Sri Lanka, but that doesn't mean anyone can count him as the last person the Pakistanis will fall prey to.
Within a fortnight of dismissing his retirement 'rumours', Sri Lanka's most successful pacer Chaminda Vaas on Sunday announced that he will quit Test cricket after the ongoing series against Pakistan.
Rampant Sri Lanka go into the final Test against Pakistan here from Monday aiming for a 3-0 sweep despite the uncertain future of veteran seamer Chaminda Vaas
Fast bowling coach Anusha Samaranayake has been a regular with the Sri Lanka team for some time.