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Cricket sixes

The popular Cricket Sixes Tournament, organized jointly by the 1994 batches of S. Thomas’ College, Mount Lavinia and Royal College, Colombo, is set to rekindle spirits in Colombo yet again, for the sixth consecutive year. The event is set to take place on February 27, at a venue that has speedily established itself as a Firm Favourite - Havelock Grounds.

Organized amidst much fanfare, and in festive mood, the Roy - Tho Cricket sixes will see a large number of six-a-side cricket teams from both schools, representing numerous batches of the 1990’s.

The event, the brainchild of the Batch of 1994 of S. Thomas’ College, Mount Lavinia and Royal College, Colombo, over the past 5 years has provided abundant entertainment and an opportunity for ‘old friends’ to catch up, promising more of the same this year. For more information contact Harith on 0777721172 or Shehan on 0777789626.

 

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