Guy de Alwis
[[Image:Flag of Sri Lanka.svg|50px]] [[Sri Lanka]]
Personal information
Full name Ronald Guy de Alwis
Born February 15 1959(1959-02-15)
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Died January 12 2013 (aged 53)
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Role Wicket Keeper
Batting style Right-Handed
Bowling style -
International information
Test debut March 4-6 1983: v [[New Zealand]]
Last Test February 12-15 1988: v Australia
ODI debut 2nd March 1983: v New Zealand
Last ODI March 31 1988:  v [[New Zealand]]
Domestic team information
Years Team
1982-1995 Sinhalese Sports Club
As of:
12th Jan, 2013

Ronald Guy de Alwis (b.February 15, 1959- d.January 12, 2013) was a Sri-Lankan Cricketer who played in 11 Tests and 31 ODIs from 1983 to 1988.He was born and died in ColomboSri Lanka

He represented Sri Lanka in 11 Tests and 31 ODIs from 1983 to 1988. De Alwis topped his country's batting averages in the 1983 World Cup with 167 runs at 55.66, including unbeaten half-centuries against Pakistan and England.

De Alwis died on 12th January 2013 on night with a battle with Cancer. 

He is the fourth sri-lankan cricketer to die after Sritharan Jeganathan, Anura Ranasinghe  and Roshan Guneratne.

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