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Sunil Jayasinghe was born on 15 July, 1955 in Sri, is a Sri Lankan cricketer.

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Age65 years old
Zodiac SignCancer
Born15 July 1955
Birthday15 July
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Sunil Jayasinghe Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Source of IncomeCricketer

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1995

Sunil Asoka Jayasinghe (born July 15, 1955, Colombo, died 20 April 1995), was a former Sri Lankan ODI cricketer who played two ODIs in the 1979 World Cup competition (the subsequent British Isles tour incorporated his only first-class appearances).

1974

He was educated at Nalanda College Colombo and captained the College first XI team in 1974. For many years he represented Bloomfield CC and during the 1982/83 Lakspray Trophy compiled a monumental 283 against Colombo CC (this tournament was only recognised as first-class from 1988–89).