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Army’s centre Duminda Wickramaratne is being tackled by Havelocks flanker T.D. Seneviratne and has more opposition coming his way from Havelocks Samantha Lakshan and Wasim Thajudeen. An incident in the Caltex ‘A’ Division League Rugby Match between. Havelocks and Army played at Police Park yesterday which Havelocks won 21-15. Picture by Ranjith Jayaweera

Havelocks in hard fought 21-15 win

Havelocks Sports Club opened the 2008 rugby season on a winning note with a hard fought 21 points to 15 win over Sri Lanka Army in their Caltex 'A' Division League rugby match played at Police Park yesterday after leading 10-7 at the breather.

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Lankan women ready to make amends

 The fourth Women's Asia Cup is on the go with the competition getting hot. India has already taken the lead being victorious so far in the tournament followed by Sri Lanka the home team in the second slot.

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Roshan stars in Kingswood victory

A stellar performance by Kingswood College's vice captain and scrum half Roshan Weeraratne helped his school to score an emphatic 19 points to 12 win over St. Anthony's College, Kandy in their school Singer Shield Division one rugby tournament match played at Nittawela yesterday. At half Antonians led 7-3.

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