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Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club

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Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club

Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club
Captain: Suraj Randiv
Founded: 1892
Home ground: BCAC Ground
Premier Trophy wins: 8
Premier Limited Overs Tournament wins: 5
Twenty20 Tournament wins: none

Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club is a first-class cricket team based in Colombo, Sri Lanka. It is one of Sri Lanka's oldest cricket clubs founded in 1892 and competes in the Premier Trophy, which it has won eight times.[1]


Sanath Jayasuriya has appeared for BC&AC since the 1994/95 season

The club was founded in 1892.

Current Squad

Team and Player Stats

Club Presidents


  • P Saravanamuttu Trophy (3)

1963–64 1994–95 1996–97

  • Robert Senanayake Trophy (2)

1980–81 1981–82

  • Lakspray Trophy (1)


  • Premier Trophy (2)

1998–99 2003–04


  1. ^ Thawfeeq, Sa'adi. "Shelley Wickramasinghe dies at 85". 12 August 2011. Cricinfo. Retrieved 20 August 2011. 

External links

  • Bloomfield Team on Batsman
  • Cricinfo

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