|Born||January 19, 1931
Badulla, Sri Lanka
|Education||Nalanda College Colombo|
|Known for||All Ceylon Cricketer
Played for England Leicestershire
Stanley Jayasinghe (born January 19, 1931 in Badulla) is a former Sri Lankan cricketer who played for Ceylon prior to the country being renamed Sri Lanka, and prior to them receiving either Test of ODI status. He was a right-handed batsman and part-time offbreak bowler. In his first-class cricket career which began in 1949/50 he also played cricket in England for Leicestershire. He retired in 1968/69.
Stanley who was educated at Nalanda College, Colombo captained Nalanda College first XI cricket team in 1951. Some of Stanley's notable classmates at Nalanda College were Karunaratne Abeysekera, Dr Harischandra Wijayatunga, Dr Hudson Silva, Hon. Dr Dharmasena Attygalle, Dr Henry Jayasena, Hon. Rupa Karunathilake, Bernie Wijesekera.
Stanley Jayasinghe also has been one time a member of the National Selection Committee and Manager of Sri Lanka cricket team. 
Stanley is married to Erica, a German and they are blessed with a daughter, Yvonne.
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