Nuwan Kulasekara, the Sri Lankan Right Arm Fast Medium Bowler has announced his Test retirement From Test Cricket.He Will Be Not Available For Selection Of Test Cricket. Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) media release stated on Wednesday (June 1).
“I would like to retire from playing Test cricket with immediate effect,” a Sri Lanka Cricket release said, quoting Kulasekara. “After much thought I believe it is the right time to retire and I hope it will allow me to better prepare for ODI and T20 cricket, which I would like to continue playing for Sri Lanka subject to good performance and selection.”
Nuwan Kulasekara Made his Test debut in April 2005 Against New Zealand In McLean Park, Napier.Since Then He Played Only 21 Test Matches.In 21 Tests He picked up 48 wickets And Made 391 Runs At An Average Of 14.48.His best bowling Figure came against Pakistan, when he Took four wickets, conceding 21 runs, in the 1st innings of the P Sara Oval Test in July 2009. He bagged four more Wickets in the second innings to achieve a match-haul of 8/58. his best Bowling Figure in a Test.His Highest Batting score was 64 against England in 2009.
Nuwan Kulasekara Played His Last Test In July 2014 Against England in June 2014 at Lord’s.
Nuwan Kulasekara Continue to Play ODI And T20 Cricket. He Is The Strike Bowler Of Srilankan Bowling Unit And Doing Well To Take Them Early Break Through With His Swing Bowling.