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  Mar 31, 2015 Posted by Admin  
 
With Australia carrying the World Cup home, a decent tournament comes to an end. It’s not been a classic for us Sri Lankans, but it’s not been too bad as well. 
 
But for us at CEPA its been an exciting couple of months with the launch of our site whatsthescore.lk.

On What's the Score, ​we used statistics and stories to highlight the 14 cricketing nations' progress in human development and their performance in tackling poverty and inequality.​ 

There are a number of people behind this. And we want to say THANK YOU to them. Special thanks go to Mr. Paul Fernando for his interesting cricket updates and write-ups on the site. He invested a lot of time on this initiative and thank you for that. From the CEPA team, Karin Fernando and Nadhiya Najab and Prashanthi Jayasekara were instrumental in taking the initiative forward. Thank you very much!  

Also a big thank you to all those who contributed blogs. Priyanthi Fernando, Karin Fernando, Prof. Hiran Dias, Vagisha Gunasekera, Mira Philips, Usitha Sivapragasam, Navam Niles, Aftab Lall thank you for your insightful blogs. [You can read their blogs here]. We must also thank Manjula Hewaga for his valuable technical input.

Thank you all for following, sharing, commenting, and supporting. 

Warm Regards,

What's the Score team
 
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