Sports Mag WRAP out
The inaugural issue of WRAP the bi monthly sports oriented magazine
was released recently published by WRAP Publications Pvt Limited.
The magazine edited by Srian Obeysekera is important to the sports
world in view of the fact that it is the first fully fledged sports
magazine dealing in a variety of topics ranging from cricket downwards.
Leading writers include Ashley Mallett and Kuldip Lal.
Sports lovers should not miss this package.
VB training camp concludes
Volleyball Training Camp organised by Homagama Youth Clubs Federation
in collaboration with Pitipana Lion's Club was held recently at Homagama
Central College grounds.
Young school girls and boys 160, and 65 youth club members
participated at the training camp.
At the conclusion of the camp, a friendly volleyball tournament was
also held among the represented teams. Both men and women championships
were clinched by Kottawa North Dharmapala Vidyalaya.
Under the sponsorship of the Opposition Leader of Kaduwela Pradeshiya
Sabha Priyantha Pathberiya all 20 teams were presented with volleyballs.
Jayantha Ketagoda, the Chairman of Pitipana Lion's Club Sampath
Pathmawardane, the Youth Services Officer Neelsiri Katriarachchi and the
Principal of the Central College Nevil Kularatne were also present.
Kasun shines for SJ University
University of Sri Jayewardenepura carried away the Prof. Priyantha
Wijethunga Challenge Trophy when they defeated University of Moratuwa
and University of Ruhuna in their annual Triangular Cricket Tournament
which concluded recently.
It was Kasun Perera who shined for Sri Jayewardenepura when he had
the best figures of three wickets for no runs against University of
Moratuwa and later followed by it claiming 4/20 against Ruhuna
D. M. Perera scored a ton vs Ruhuna Campus.
Beat Uni of Moratuwa
University of Sri Jayewardenepura, 88 all out in 27.5 overs. N.C.M.
Senanayake 33, Supun Bulathsinghala 3/13
University of Moratuwa, 57 all out in 25.2 overs
Kasun Perera 3/0, S. Thiruchendoorrajah 3/5, D. I. Senadeera 3/7.
Beat Uni of Ruhuna
University of Sri Jayewardenepura 211/7 after 35 overs.
D. M. Perera 102, Udesh Perera 30/4, I.U. Wijesinghe 36.
University of Ruhuna 157 all out
Udayanga Jayarathne 29, Kasun Perera 4/20, S. Dasanayake 4/32.
Carey Old Boys win
Old Boys of Carey College defeated their present boys by three
wickets in their annual cricket encounter which was played at Malay
Cricket grounds last Sunday. K.D. Chinthaka with a fine half century
paved the way for the Old Boys to register their victory.
Present Boys: 141 in 29 overs (K. Chamara 13, A. Hajireen 24, D.
Dissanayake 11, I. Amila 31, B. Senaratne 14, J. Wouterz 5 for 13, D.
Abeygunawardena 2 for 24.
Old Boys: 145 (K. D. Chinthaka 55, J. Wouterz 24, A Hafiz 14 I.
Sampath 2 for 30, A. Nazeer 3 for 6.)