The donation made by Australia men's cricketers will go towards UNICEF's programs to support nutrition, healthcare, safe drinking water, education, and mental health services of Lankan children.
Australia's extended tour of Sri Lanka ended last week with the teams splitting the T20 and ODI series before the two-match test series ended 1-1.
After notching a comprehensive 10-wicket win in the series opener, Australia lost by an innings and 39 runs in the second Test as Sri Lanka drew the series 1-1 on Monday.
Kolkata Knight Riders confirmed that pacer Pat Cummins had been ruled out of the remainder of IPL 2022 with a mild hip injury.
Regarded as one of the world's best in contemporary cricket, Cummins smashed a record-equalling fastest fifty to power Kolkata Knight Riders' to a comfortable five-wicket win over MI here on Wednesday
Cricket Australia said on Friday night that Smith will miss the white-ball leg of the tour of Pakistan to manage discomfort in his left elbow.
Hussey believed new KKR skipper Shreyas Iyer has a good cricketing brain and has proved his skills as a leader during his stint as Delhi Capitals captain.
The action in the second Test went into the final over of the match, where Pakistan managed to draw the game with Mohammad Rizwan batting out till the end to see his team through.
Australia vs Pakistan second Test: Pat Cummins strikes before lunch as Abdullah Shafique falls for 96
Cummins struck eight minutes before lunch to end an epic third-wicket stand of 228 between Shafique and Pakistan captain Babar with the score on 249.
The 28-year-old Mitchell Swepson replaced fast bowler Josh Hazlewood in the only change Australia made from the first test which ended in a draw on a docile wicket at Rawalpindi.
Skipper Babar Azam won the toss and made the call for Pakistan to bat first on a wicket which was devoid of grass and only had some early help for the spinners.
T20 WC Final: Good thing to play IPL in UAE, helped Hazlewood adapt quickly, says Australia pacer Cummins
In the summit clash, Australia outclassed New Zealand by eight wickets with seven balls to spare while chasing a target of 173.
Australia won back the Ashes 3-0 after bowling England out cheaply despite rain delays and a pitch controversy to secure an innings win.
Australia pacer Pat Cummins gets two wickets; England 196-4 at stumps on day one of Ashes first Test
Pat Cummins bowled Mark Stoneman in the last over of a middle session delayed for more than hour by rain.