Sharing the great news and speaking exclusively over telephone from Colombo on Tuesday morning, she said, "after years of intense study I am finally qualified internationally with Master and Fitness Trainer by the Australian Institute of Fitness' '.
"This had been my dream at the helm of my career as a female cricketer in the Sri Lankan National pool after 16 years of international cricket. Most people used to ask me why I was not to be seen on the pitch playing last year and this was the result of my absence", the 34-year-old lower-order left-hand batswoman and right-arm medium pacer added.
"Now I can train any international team and travel to any countries for training with these qualifications".
"I would love to join with T-20 teams, especially the IPL and BBL (Big Bash Leagues) because I love challenges and love to go with new strategies", she further added.
Sripali had dedicated her certificate and a new journey to Dr. Miur Jayaweera, her business partner at Myrus Fitness company and Norman Kochannek, a tax specialist and her Australian friend and mentor.