|Batting style||Left-hand bat|
|Bowling style||Right-arm fast-medium|
|Source: , 9 February 2006|
Liyanage made his Test debut in the same Test as Muttiah Muralitharan in 1992-93, and when bowling, captured the wicket of Tom Moody with his third ball. He went wicketless during the summers against India in 1993-94, and didn't return until 1997. Following this he played in several One-day internationals before injury in Pakistan ruled him out again.
Dulip continued to dominate in 1st Class Cricket representing Colts Cricket Club in Colombo, Sri Lanka as an attacking All-Rounder, which earned him the opportunity of representing Sri Lanka in Hong Kong International Cricket Sixes tournament(2003) as Captain/Manager.
In the 2006/07 Australian season, Dulip was contracted as a coach/player at the East Ivanhoe Saints Cricket Club in Victoria. Dulip now plays and coaches the Preston Druids Cricket Club
Being an ECB and Australia Level-2 accredited qualified coach, Dulip is currently associated with Cricket Victoria and Parade College in a coaching capacity. Dulip is currently running own academy ( DLCA) in Melbourne.
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