An unbeaten century from Dimuth Karunaratne led Sri Lanka to 250/2 on the opening day of the first Test at Galle.
Karunaratne scored 135 not out in an unbroken 149 run partnership with Dinesh Chandimal, who scored an unbeaten 72.
Devendra Bishoo and Kemar Roach took the only wickets to fall on the opening day.
Summarized scores: Sri Lanka 250/2 (Karunaratne 135 not out, Chandimal 72 not out; Roach 1/33, Bishoo 1/78)
Darryl Williams, the World United Karate Organization (WUKO) Referee Coordinator will be conducting a referee workshop for the Japan Karate-Do International (JKI) from October 22rd to 25th.
The workshop at Florida is part of the 2015 WUKO Fall Camp and Goodwill Tournament hosted by the JKI.
The event will be under the direction of Sensei Yasuyoshi Saito, 9th Dan and Shotokan Karate Director for the WUKO.
Williams, who has over forty-five years experience including thirty as an official is the region's highest ranking official and holds WUKO highest referee grade.
He has represented over one hundred times at international events.
Williams is charter member of the Trinidad and Tobago Karate Federation (TTKF).
Momentum is set to race on turf for the first time on Saturday at Santa Rosa Park, Arima.
The Jamaican-bred 4-year-old won the Triple Crown in 2014 and returns to action after an absence of 2 1/2 months.
Momentum races in the sixth race of the eight-race card on Saturday for a purse of $50,000.
Naparima College eased past Fatima College 4-1 in the Secondary Schools Football League on Wednesday at Mucurapo Road.
Isiah Hudson scored a hattrick as the 2014 Premier Division champions extended their lead to four points.
In other action, Shiva Boys edged San Juan 1-0, St Mary's beat Presentation College 1-0, while St Benedicts also beat Fyzabad 1-0.
St Augustine beat Trinity east 3-1 and Speyside edged Trinity College 2-1 with an injury time goal.
Soca Warriors skipper Kenwyne Jones did not suffer serious injury during Tuesday's international friendly against Nicaragua.
Trinidad and Tobago drew 0-0 and lost Jones after a collision in the second half of the match.
Jones was taken to St Clair Medical for observation and x-rays indicated there was no bone damage.
Jones only suffered soft tissue damage and is expected to be training again in two weeks, well ahead of the World Cup qualifier against Guatemala.
Sri Lanka forged into a strong position at the end of day two of the first Test at Galle,
Dimuth Karunaratne carried on to score 186, while Dinesh Chandimal hit 151 in a partnership worth 238 runs.
Sri Lanka was eventually bowled out for 484 with Devendra Bishoo taking 4/143.
The West Indies lost Kraigg Braithwaite and Shai Hope to Rangana Herath to close on 66/2.
The Windies are still 418 runs behind with eight innings wickets in hand going into day three.
Eight teams, four matches, two venues, more than 300,000 spectators - and one enormous weekend of rugby.
The 2015 Rugby World Cup's quarter-finals begin on Saturday when Wales face two-time champions South Africa at Twickenham.
Ireland, aiming for their first semi-final, play Argentina at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium on Sunday.
Scotland play England's conquerors Australia while holders New Zealand meet France in the other two games.
Rory McIlroy made an encouraging start to the 2015-16 USPGA Tour season in his opening round at the Frys.com Open.
The Northern Irishman, 26, shot a four-under-par 68 to sit five strokes off leader Brendan Steele in California.
England's Justin Rose also put himself in contention with a five-under 67, while Scot Martin Laird is seven under.
Andy Murray came from a set down to beat John Isner and reach the quarter-finals of the Shanghai Masters.
The British world number two, 28, showed excellent resilience in the face of the American's powerful serving to win 6-7 (4-7) 6-4 6-4.
Murray got the decisive break in the seventh game of the final set before serving out to seal victory after two hours and 31 minutes in China.
The Football Association says it is suspending support for Michel Platini in his bid to become Fifa president.
Uefa president Platini, a former France captain and manager, is being investigated over a £1.35m payment he received from Sepp Blatter in 2011.
Blatter, the outgoing president of world football's governing body, is under criminal investigation over the payment. Both men deny any wrongdoing.