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Sunday, 29 November 2009





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S. Lakshan, who kicked his way in typical football fashion to score the first try for Sri Lanka, is followed by six South Korean players. Sri Lanka beat South Korea by 22 points to 12 in a ‘cup’ match (Asia pool) in the Carlton International Rugby Sevens match at the Sugathadasa Stadium yesterday.Pic. Kavindra Perera

Lanka blitz brings down S.Korea

A fourteen minutes blitz by Sri Lanka brought down a fancied South Korean outfit as the Lankans entered the quarter finals with a 22 points (1 goal, 3 tries) to 12 (1 goal, 1 try) win at the Carlton International Rugby 7’s 2009 Asia Pool `Cup’ match at the Sugathadasa Stadium yesterday.

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Bangladesh - first team to register win at Pallekelle

CRICKET: Bangladesh created a piece of history for themselves when they became the first team to register a win at the newly opened Pallekelle Cricket Stadium by defeating Sri Lanka in a ‘warm up’ under-19 junior match played at Pallekelle on Friday.

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Jeewantha hammers brilliant 158 Colts

CRICKET: Dynamic all rounder and opening batsman Jeevantha Kulatunga slammed a sparkling 158 with five sixes and 15 boundaries to put Colts CC well on course to an outright victory over Saracens SC on the second day of their SLC Premier League Tier ‘A’ cricket tournament match continued at Havelock Park yesterday.

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