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DateLine Sunday, 30 September 2007





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Pubudu wins triple crown for second consecutive year

BADMINTON: Pubudu Wanigasekera of Lake House won the coveted triple crown for the second consecutive year at the Nationalised Services Open Badminton Championships at the S. Thomas College Indoor Stadium, Mount Lavinia recently.

Pubudu Wanigasekera wins triple crown again!

Pubudu won the Women's Singles title defeating W. G. Liyanage of Bank of Ceylon in straight sets (21-17, 21-8).

She then won the women's doubles title with Tharalika Livera of TRC in straight sets (21-14, 21-16) over W. G. Liyanage of Bank of Ceylon and M. N. U. Bandara of NWSDB.

She also won the Mixed Doubles title with Dilan Yasantha of the Petroleum Corporation also in straight sets (21-11, 21-16) over Chamila Kurupanawala and Indika Vibushana of the Ports Authority.

Dilan Yasantha won a "double". After winning the Mixed Doubles he won the men's singles title too beating Chamila Kurupanawala of Ports Authority in a three setter (19-21, 21-10, 21-16).

Pubudu Wanigasekera of Lake House also won the Women's Veteran's singles beating W. G. Liyanage of Bank of Ceylon in a three setter (6-21, 21-14, 21-17), while Deepal Madurapperuma of Petroleum Corporation won the men's voteran's singles title in straight sets (21-19, 21-7) over J. A. S. Perera of NWSDB.

The men's veteran's doubles title was won by T. A. S. Perera of NWSDB and W. S. Jayanthasiri (SLTB) in straight sets (21-18, 21-15) over Damitha Leelaratne and Udaya Perera of People's Bank, while Bank of Ceylon's W. G. Liyanage and TRC's Tharalika Livera won the women's veteran's doubles in straight sets (21-18, 21-10) over M. N. U. Bandara and R. S. K. Liyanaaratchi of NWSDB.

A. G. S. Dayaratne of Bank of Ceylon won the masters singles in straight sets (21-14, 21-16) over Udaya Perera of People's Bank, while the masters doubles was won by P. S. K. Senanayake of Petroleum Corporation and CTB's W. S. Jayanthasiri over Udaya Perera and Sunil Perera of People's Bank in straight sets (21-12, 21-15).

Dinusha Dammika of Lake House won the men's plate beating Theja Perera of National Savings Bank in a three setter (8-21, 23-21, 21-11), while R. S. K. Liyanaaratchi of NWSDB won the women's plate event over SLT's Uresha Soysa (23-21, 22-20).

- L. G.



Gamin Gamata - Presidential Community & Welfare Service

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