Premasara Epasinghe

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Premasara Epasinghe
Born (1937-10-05) 5 October 1937 (age 79)
College House of University of Colombo Sri Lanka
Nationality Sri Lankan
Education Nalanda College Colombo,
University of Sri Jayewardenepura
Occupation Broadcaster
Known for Cricket Commentries
Children Bhagya
Parent(s) Don Ranoris Epasinghe & Habaragamu Ralalage Podi Nona Peiris

Premasara Epasinghe is a well known[according to whom?] cricket commentator in Sri Lanka.[1]

Early life and education[edit]

He was educated at Nalanda College, Colombo. Premasara represented Nalanda for 28th Ananda-Nalanda big match. He also served as a teacher at Nalanda.[2][3]

Career[edit]

He has worked as the press secretary or the media consultant to many Ministers[who?][when?] and was the former private secretary and media consultant to the Minister of Education.[when?][4][5]

His first commentary as a cricket commentator was in 1971 Royal–Thomian where he did commentary together with Palitha Perera.[citation needed] Premasara was also the cricket commentator at Sri Lanka's ever first test match, 100th and 150th.[citation needed]

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