Former Sri Lanka fast bowler Chaminda Vaas has resigned from his post as consultant fast bowling coach and will not be a part of the support staff for Sri Lanka’s tour of West Indies.
Vaas’ resignation came hours before the Sri Lankan team travelled to the West Indies.
Even though his resignation is effective March 26, Vaas had informed Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) he would not be available for the tour.
He was appointed as Fast Bowling Coach for the tour last week after Australian David Saker resigned.
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