According to reports an interim committee will be appointed to run the sport, adding that Sports Minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage has not announced plans for elections for a new board.
Abeykoon said the minister will announce the new administration later Friday.
Sri Lanka Cricket has been run by successive interim committees — comprised of people favoured by politicians of the day — for the past seven years.
The International Cricket Council unanimously decided at its annual conference this week to amend its laws to make free elections mandatory by 2012.
The sacked administration, headed by former national test bowler Somachandra de Silva, has been accused of waste and corruption.