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St. Anthony’s Girls in 4-0 win

St. Anthony’s Girls College, Kandy scored a good 4-0 win over Hemamali Girls College, Kandy in their Kandy Schools Girls under 15 Hockey Tournament organised by the Kandy District Schools Hockey Association and played at the University grounds, Peradeniya. At half-time the Anthonian girls led 1-0.

Highlight of the match was a brilliant display of stick work by St. Anthony’s Girls College centre forward N. Udayangani who slammed three goals to put her team on top. The other goal was scored by Dinushi Gunanandan.

A. B. Godigamuwa and M. P. Dharmaratne umpired.

In another match of the same tournament Girls High School, Kandy were made to fight hard before posting a thrilling 1-0 win over Gothami Balika Vidyalaya, Kandy at the University grounds. At half-time there was no scoring.

After a blank first half the Girls High School stickers were hell bent on securing victory and they played some aggressive hockey and were rewarded a few minutes from the close when left extreme when Aymanthi Weerasuriya got the decider with a neat shot.

S. Senthil Kumar and G. G. Dharmaratne umpired.

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