Team Manager Jeryl Woutersz said that he has been asked to submit a report to Sports Minister Dayasiri Jayasekera over the allegations.
However speaking to reporters in Colombo today Mathews said that as far as he is aware there were no “major” incidents of misconduct involving the players.
The Sri Lanka team returned to the country today after losing the Test, One Day international and T-20 series in New Zealand.
“This is not the first time this has happened, it happened straight after the world cup as well last year, people come up with so many allegations players had night outs and all that,” Mathews said when asked about the allegations that the players had attended several late night parties the night before some of the games.
Mathews said that if something like that had taken place action would have been taken immediately and the team management would not wait till the tour is over.
“But as far as I am concerned nothing major happened but the Manager will take it up and will give his report,” Mathews said at a press conference in Colombo.
Asked if by saying nothing major happened that something did take place, Mathews said that he was not aware of any incident.
“If something has happened definitely the Manger will get to know and he will look in to the matter seriously. Without knowing I can’t really deny or accept,” he said. (Colombo Gazette)