Arjuna Ranatunga in Toronto for Legends’ Square project

Arjuna Ranatunga, Asanka Gurusinghe, Gemina Perera, Riyaz Rauf.

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Arjuna Ranatunga, the 1996 World Cup winning cricket captain visited Toronto along the sidelines of the 2024 ICC T20 World Cup being played in the United States and West Indies.

Ranatunga urged fans to continue supporting Sri Lankan cricket players and blamed administrators for recent setbacks.

The former skipper said it was not the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) fault for Sri Lanka’s logistics issues at the World Cup, citing the playing schedule is sent to teams well in advance for feedback.

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He said at least 2,000 Canadians attended the Sri Lanka vs. South Africa match in New York and was happy to interact with them.

Legends Square dedicated to Sri Lanka’s 1996 World Cup Champions.

In Toronto, Ranatunga was joined by his former teammate and 1996 World Cup star Asanka Gurusinghe to promote the Legend’s Square Condo project in Sri Lanka.

The 96 Legends Square was described as an architectural wonder encompassing world-class luxury living, great aesthetics and reflections of Sri Lanka’s cricketing glory.

The 41 floor one-of-a-kind luxury apartment complex to be situated in Sri Jayewardenepura, the administrative capital, is a towering tribute to Sri Lanka’s first national cricket team to win the World Cup.

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