Suraj Randiv

Full name:Hewa Kaluhalmullage Suraj Randiv Kaluhalamulla
Born:30th January 1985, Matara, Sri Lanka
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm off-break
Biography:He changed his name from Mohamed Marshuk Mohamed Suraj in May 2009
Teams:Sri Lanka (Test: 2010-2012/13); Sri Lanka (ODI: 2009/10-2016); Sri Lanka (World Cup: 2010/11); Sri Lanka (Int Twenty20: 2010-2011); Sri Lanka (Twenty20 World Cup: 2010); Sinhalese Sports Club (Main FC: 2004/05-2006/07); Nondescripts Cricket Club (Main FC: 2007/08); Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club (Main FC: 2008/09-2014/15); Kandurata (Main FC: 2008/09-2009/10); Galle Cricket Club (Main FC: 2015/16); Sinhalese Sports Club (Main ListA: 2004/05-2006/07); Nondescripts Cricket Club (Main ListA: 2007/08); Kandurata (Main ListA: 2007/08-2009/10); Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club (Main ListA: 2008/09-2014/15); Ruhuna (Main ListA: 2010/11); Wayamba (Main ListA: 2012/13); Galle Cricket Club (Main ListA: 2015/16); Chennai Super Kings (Indian Premier League: 2011); Kandurata (Champions League: 2013/14); Sinhalese Sports Club (Main Twenty20: 2005/06-2006/07); Kandurata (Main Twenty20: 2007/08-2013/14); Chennai Super Kings (Main Twenty20: 2011); Ruhuna (Main Twenty20: 2011); Nagenahira Nagas (Main Twenty20: 2012); Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club (Main Twenty20: 2014/15); Galle Cricket Club (Main Twenty20: 2015/16); Sri Lanka Schools (Other FC: 2002/03); Sri Lanka A (Other FC: 2004-2013/14); Southern Province (Other FC: 2004/05); Sri Lanka Cricket XI (Other FC: 2007/08-2009); Sri Lanka (Other FC: 2010-2012/13); Sri Lankans (Other FC: 2011); Sri Lanka A (Other ListA: 2004-2011/12); Sri Lanka Cricket XI (Other ListA: 2005/06-2009); Sri Lanka (Other ListA: 2009/10-2016); Sri Lankans (Other ListA: 2010/11-2011); Sri Lanka Board President's XI (Other ListA: 2014-2015/16); Sri Lanka (Other Twenty20: 2010-2011); Galle Guardians (Other Twenty20: 2015/16); Sri Lanka Under-19s (Under-19 ODI: 2003-2003/04); Sri Lanka Under-19s (Under-19 World Cup: 2003/04); Sri Lanka Under-19s (Under-19 limited overs: 2003-2003/04); All teams
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