Kaluwitharana's Condition Not Critical - Doctors

Former Sri Lankan wicketkeeper batsman and the current ‘Sri Lanka A’ coach Romesh Kaluwitharana has been admitted to hospital due to a cardiac issue.
Kaluwitharana was admitted to Hambanthota Hospital last night and was then airlifted to Colombo for further treatment. Doctors treating Kaluwitharana  told 'Asian Mirror' that his condition was not critical. 

The former Sri Lankan cricketer had undergone an ECG test after he was transferred to Colombo. 

Sri Lanka A is playing a 4 day cricket match against the visiting ‘West Indies A’ at Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium at Suriyawewa, Hambantota. Today is the last day of the match. Under Kaluwitharana's guidance, Sri Lankan players performed well against the West Indies A team during the 4-day match. 

Affectionately known as ‘Kalu’, Romesh Kaluwitharana started his Test career in 1992 and was known as an explosive batsman. Kaluwitharana was a key member of the Sri Lankan team who won the ICC World Cup in 1996.
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