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Sujani Lakshika of Welasiya School Mundalama making her winning attempt of 37.43m in the girls’ under 16 javelin throw event at the Sugathadasa Stadium yesterday. Picture by Mahinda Vithanachchi


Senior Schools 79th Athletic Championships:

Four new records set on day one

A colourful ceremony marked the opening of the 79th Senior Schools Athletic Championship for the Sir John Tarbat Trophy at the Sugathadasa Stadium, Colombo yesterday.

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Sri Lanka’s hopeful Ameertha loses to India’s Mandava

In the girls quarter finals of the ITF (Junior circuit week 1) tennis tournament played yesterday at the SLTA courts saw Sri Lanka’s most popular and talented, Ameertha Muttiah seeded No. 3 bow out of the singles contest, when she tamely lost to India’s Divija Mandava the No. 6 seed.

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