During the discussions, Jayaratne informed the Auditor General that the SLC Executive Committee, at their meeting held on the 25th February 2019, directed the Senior Management of SLC to extend their fullest corporation and assistance in conducting of the forensic audit of the SLC accounts into the period of 2016-2018. The move was initiated by the Minister of Telecommunications, Foreign Employment and Sport Harin Fernando. (Colombo Gazette) Auditor General of Sri Lanka Gamini Wijesinghe visited the Sri Lanka Cricket board headquarters today to expedite a forensic audit.Wijesinghe had talks with the Chief Operating Officer of SLC Jerome Jayaratne as well as other officials at SLC.
Letter to the editor: As a basketball player at Ohio State, I am both proud and honored that our university follows our sport the way they do. It is a privilege to play for Ohio State, to be a part of winning the Big Ten Tournament this year, and to have made it to the Elite Eight. I know that athletes in other sports that do not get much press coverage are also winning championships. Just two weekends ago, Logan Stieber won his second-consecutive national championship in his weight class in wrestling, and senior Marco Canevari marked the Scarlet and Gray’s single individual champion title in fencing by securing the gold medal in men’s epee on March 22. A day later, gymnasts Sarah Miller and Aly Marohn captured the Big Ten championship on the balance beam. Last Tuesday, The Lantern featured an article in which athletic director Gene Smith talked about how Ohio State isn’t just a football school. He talked about the success of our basketball team. It would be good to remember that in the other sports, there is a lot of success too. All athletes at Ohio State work very hard at being the best they can be at their sport. I wish that all athletes could receive the attention that our football and basketball teams get. They all deserve to be celebrated. Deshaun Thomas Third-year in sports management email@example.com