Inter-Provincial Limited Over Tournament
|This article is missing information about the 2012/13 tournament. (February 2013)|
|Administrator||Sri Lanka Cricket|
|Format||Limited overs cricket|
|Tournament format||Round-robin tournament and knockout|
|Number of teams||5|
|Current champion||Kandurata elevens|
|Most successful||Kandurata elevens (3 titles)|
|Website||Sri Lanka Cricket|
Inter-Provincial Limited Over Tournament was a domestic Limited overs cricket competition in Sri Lanka held by Sri Lanka Cricket. It is a part of their Inter-Provincial Cricket Tournament program. From 2008 the Inter-Provincial Limited Over Tournament became the mainstream domestic List A competition in Sri Lanka, with the Premier Limited Overs Tournament being the other, which is played between the clubs in Sri Lanka. Kandurata elevens has won all three tournaments with the first one being shared with Wayamba elevens.
2011 hosted the third season of the Inter-Provincial Limited Over Tournament. It was a shorter tournament compared to the previous one with only 13 matches, and most of them being held at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground with all three finals at the upgraded R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. This edition also featured the Uva cricket team's debut in the limited overs tournament of the Inter-Provincial Cricket Tournament, having previously featured in the Inter-Provincial First Class Tournament. This season also saw the introduction of the Basnahira cricket team with the merger of Basnahira North and Basnahira South cricket teams. It was the first time five different teams represented five different provinces in the tournament.
|Team||Province||Home ground||Inaugural season||Final season||Wins||2nds|
|Kandurata elevens||Central Province||Pallekele International Cricket Stadium||2007–08||2010–11||2||0|
|Wayamba elevens||North Western Province||Welagedara Stadium||2007–08||2010–11||1||0|
|Ruhuna elevens||Southern Province||Galle International Stadium||2007–08||2010–11||0||1|
|Basnahira elevens||Western Province||Sinhalese Sports Club Ground||2010–11||2010–11||0||0|
|Basnahira South elevens||Western Province South||Sinhalese Sports Club Ground||2007–08||2009–10||0||0|
|Basnahira North elevens||Western Province North||R. Premadasa Stadium||2007–08||2009–10||0||0|
|Sri Lanka Cricket Combined XI||—||—||2009–10||2009–10||0||0|
|Year||Final Venue||Man of the tournament||Final|
|R. Premadasa Stadium||Kumar Sangakkara||Kandurata elevens
131/5 (29.3 overs)
37/0 (6 overs)
|No result (D/L method) Scorecard|
|Tyronne Fernando Stadium||Kaushalya Weeraratne||Kandurata elevens
264/7 (49.1 overs)
|Kandurata won by 3 wickets Scorecard||Ruhuna elevens
263/7 (50 overs)
|R. Premadasa Stadium||Kumar Sangakkara[note 1]||Kandurata elevens
255/6 (50 overs)
|Kandurata won by 53 runs Scorecard||Basnahira elevens
172 (41.3 overs)
|2007–08||Kandurata||Wayamba||Basnahira North||Basnahira South||Ruhuna|
|2009–10||Kandurata||Ruhuna||Wayamba||Basnahira North||Basnahira South||Sri Lanka Cricket Combined XI|
Statistics and records
- "The Home of CricketArchive". Cricketarchive.co.uk. Retrieved 12 August 2013.
- "The Home of CricketArchive". Cricketarchive.co.uk. 13 January 2008. Retrieved 12 August 2013.
- "Sri Lanka Cricket Inter-Provincial Limited Over Tournament 2009/10". Cricinfo.com. Retrieved 12 August 2013.
- "Sri Lanka Cricket Inter-Provincial Limited Over Tournament 2010/11". Espncricinfo.com. Retrieved 12 August 2013.
- Was named Player of the match for the final.