Biography of Charith Asalanka Height, Age & More
Charith Asalanka is a cricketer from Sri Lanka. In April of 2015, he made his first-class debut. He had to wait a long time to begin his international cricket career. Here you find charith asalanka height, Records, Biography, Weight, Age, Wife, Family, & More in this article.
Charith Asalanka Personal details
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- Name = Kariyawasam Indipalage Charith Asalanka
- Nickname = Asalanka
- Father’s name = Not known
- Mother’s name = Not known
- Siblings = Not known
- Date Of Birth = 29.06.1997
- Birthplace = Elpitiya, Sri Lanka
- Current Age = 24 years
- Height = 183 cm (Approx.)
- Weight = 70 kg (Approx.)
- Hometown = Elpitiya, Sri Lanka
- Marital status = Not known
- Girlfriends = None
- Zodiac sign = Cancer
- Nationality = Sri Lankan
Charith Asalanka Career
Charith Asalanka began his career at Galle’s Richmond College. In 2014-15, he captained the national under-19 team against Australian and Bangladeshi under-19 teams. Despite having such a promising early cricket career, he only got his chance to play international cricket in 2021. With 4 for 36 and 63 in the first match, he was the most important player in Sri Lanka’s victory. In 2015 and 2016, he became the seventh player to win the Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year award twice.
- Profession = Cricketer
- Best in = All-Rounder
- Coach = Not known
- Net worth = 1 million (Approx.)
- Batting style = Left-handed batsman
- Bowling style = Right-arm off-break bowler
- ODI debut = Played on 29.06.2021 against England
- Last ODI = Played on 23.07.2021 against India
- T-20 debut = Played on 25.07.2021 against India
- Last T-20 = Played on 25.07.2021 against India
- Galle Cricket Club
- Richmond College
- Sinhalese Sports Club
- Mohammedan Sporting Club
- Jaffna Stallions
Fun facts about Charith Asalanka include:
- Charith led the Sri Lankan U-19 team to victory in the 2016 U-19 World Cup.
- In a two-match series against Pakistan, he scored 334 runs at an average of 167.00, including a double-century and a century.
- He began playing cricket when he was a student at Richmond College in Galle.
- He is the seventh player to win the Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year award, which he received twice.
- He captained Sinhalese Sports Club to victory in the 2020–21 SLC Twenty20 Tournament in March 2021.