Championed by legends of Sri Lankan cricket Muttiah Muralitharan, Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene, and handled by the Foundation of Goodness and Red Dot Tours, the Murali Cup unites both local and international cricketing counterparts to galvanise outstation schools’ cricket development in Sri Lanka.

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The Murali Harmony Cup


The Murali Harmony Cup is a unique tournament conceptualised to develop and encourage school cricketers in Sri Lanka's rural areas, especially in the war-affected north and east, as well as promoting community-building, the development of cross-cultural friendships, and the creation of goodwill and harmony within Sri Lanka society.

The tournament, developed and managed by the Foundation of Goodness and Red Dot Tours, was first staged in July 2011 in Seenigama. In this first year it included five overseas schools playing against three local teams from Seenigama, Matale and Jaffna. The tournament was a great success, providing a diverse mix of children from different backgrounds with a rich and memorable experience. Indeed, the inaugural tournament highlighted the enormous positive potential of such an event. More Details...

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