MILO President Trophy K/O – Preview The defending champions Science College pulled out of the tournament due to financial issues. Trinity College have also decided not to play and the Plate champions St.Joseph’s College has been forced to skip the event due to some horrific injuries players sustained in the brawl in Bogambara.  Visit the Schools Rugby Hub  Isipathana College v D.S. Senanayake Isipathana gets ...

MILO President Trophy K/O – Preview The defending champions Science College pulled out of the tournament due to financial issues. Trinity College have also decided not to play and the Plate champions St.Joseph’s College has been forced to skip the event due to some horrific injuries players sustained in the brawl in Bogambara.  Visit the Schools Rugby Hub  Isipathana College v D.S. Senanayake Isipathana gets ...

St.Patrick’s maul the St.Peter’s in their own back yard St.Peter’s College were hammered in their own back yard by St.Patrick’s College by 6 goals to 1 in the Kotmale Chox  U19 Schools Football Championship group D encounter worked off at St.Peter’s grounds. The visitors started off with a lot of purpose as they spread the ball to either flanks from the word go as they wanted to seize the ...

U15 Cricket – Trinity, Bens and Rajans record crucial wins Here’s a brief look into a few matches of the Singer U15 Div I tournament which took place during the last couple of days. Wesley College VS St Mary’s College, Chillaw Wesley was denied of an outright victory thanks to a resolute batting performance by St Mary’s in the second innings. Wesley posted 187 for 6 in their first innings ...

Sameer’s injury time goal downs Maliyadeva Mohamed Sameer scored a 94th minute winner as Trinity College defeated Maliyadeva College, Kurunegala 2-1 in their final group stage match of Kotmale Chox U19 Schools Football Championship at Pallekele. It was a slow start to the game from both teams due to the heavy rain that fell at the start of the match. As the rain seized both teams ...

Fitting Finale: Rugby Wins The finals of the Singer Schools Rugby League championship was decided appropriately between two teams who never said die, right throughout the season. Even the staunchest and truest Thomian supporters, muttering under their breath about refereeing decisions, could do nothing but shrug and accept the fact that they had been beaten by a well-oiled Green Machine. Speaking to both captains ...

Sri Lanka U19s dominate day one at P. Sara Sri Lanka U19s took complete control of the first Youth Test played for the Gamini Dissanayake Challenge Trophy against South Africa U19s at stumps on day one at P. Sara Oval grounds on Thursday. The visitors were outplayed by a disciplined bowling effort by the home team as the young Proteas’ were restricted to only 206 before guided Sri Lanka ...

Minister to decide Dharmaraja’s fate Last weekend’s Plate Championship final that took place between Dharmaraja College and St. Joseph’s College concluded in an ugly manner, as a brawl broke out and later spilled out to the stands following a yellow card to a Dharmaraja player for advocating in dangerous play. After the initial inquiry that took place yesterday at Royal College, the committee has taken ...

D.S. pull out of President’s; Isipathana gets walkover In an unprecedented turn of events, D. S. Senanayake College have forwarded their request to withdraw from the Milo President’s Trophy as of last evening (22nd). The finalized draw that was announced last evening at the launch of the Milo President’s trophy press conference included D. S. as a playing side but according to school sources, they have officially communicated ...

Photos: All Island Schools Relay Carnival – Day 1 Walala A. Rathnayake Vidyalaya stood out above the rest of the schools by winning 5 of the 10 finals while St. Peter’s, St. Benedicts relay teams qualified convincingly to the next rounds. Order by: Default Filename Size Random The post Photos: All Island Schools Relay Carnival – Day 1 appeared first on ThePapare.com.

Schools Relay Carnival; Day 01 – five out of ten for little known Walala A Ratnayake Vidyalaya The ever-popular All – Island Schools Relay carnival which had been resurrected after a lapse of many years kicked off in a flying fashion today at the Bogambara Stadium, Kandy. The tournament which is scheduled to take place from 22-24th June saw 3560 students from over 300 schools competing in 5 age groups namely U13, 15, 17, 19 & 21 participating. Today on the ...

School Knockouts likely to be Postponed With injury concerns to many players from leading schools in the island, the Schools’ President’s Trophy Knockout tournament is likely to be postponed at least for a couple of weeks.  The tournament was initially announced to commence on the 25th of June 2016 at Longden Place. However, an official decision is yet to be made after the Sri Lanka Schools Rugby ...

Science College withdraws from Knockouts The Rugby administration of Science College has informed ThePapare.com that they have decided to pull out of the upcoming knockout tournament. Science are the defending champions of the tournament after registering a historic victory last year. This decision has been made purely due to precarious financial situation faced by Science Rugby. The budget for Science Rugby is in the range of ...

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