Here is a profile and biography of Sri Lanka cricket player Isuru Udana. Read for information on Sri Lanka cricketer Isuru Udana Tillakaratna
Isuru Udana Tillakaratna
Date of Birth:
Feb 17, 1988, Balangoda
Sri Lanka, Basnahira Greens, Chilaw Marians Cricket Club, Colombo Kings, Combined Provinces, Dambulla, Duronto Rajshahi, Galle Guardians, Hambantota Troopers, Kandy, MAS Holdings-Active, Montreal Tigers, Nondescripts Cricket Club, Paarl Rocks, Punjab Riders, Puttalam District, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Ruhuna, Sindhis, Sri Lanka A, Sri Lanka Board XI, Sri Lanka Cricket Academy, Sri Lanka Cricket Board President's XI, Sri Lanka Cricket Invitation XI, Sri Lanka Ports Authority Cricket Club, Sri Lanka Under-19s, Sri Lanka Under-20s School, Tamil Union Cricket and Athletic Club, Wayamba, Wayamba United
Bowling All Rounder
Left-arm medium-fastInternational Debut:
Udana made his first-class and List A whilst playing for the Sri Lanka A team during their tour to South Africa in August and September 2008. He subsequently went on to play for Tamil Union in both forms during the 2008–09 season. He was then selected by Wayamba to play in both the first-class and Twenty20 portions of the Sri Lankan Inter-Provincial Cricket Tournament.
Isuru Udana took a hat-trick in Champions League Twenty20, 2010 with the wickets of Patton, Sinclair and Worker. He took hattrick only two balls -- first wicket caught behind, 2nd wicket stump at wide delivery and on next delivery Worker bowled.
On Saturday, 31 July, Isuru Udana, the Sri Lanka paceman, announced his retirement from international cricket.