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Sunday, 18 September 2011





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Kandy Sports Club skipper Senaka Bandara receiving the prestigious Clifford Cup from President Mahinda Rajapaksa after they beat Navy Sports Club in a thriller by 17 points to 16 in the final played at Royal Sports Complex, Reid Avenue yesterday. Looking on is the Managing Director and CEO of Chevron Lubricants Kishu Gomes

Kandy SC retain Clifford Cup

With a thrilling 17-16 win over Navy Sports Club in classic final:

Kandy Sports Club beat Navy Sports Club in the grand finale of the Caltex Clifford Cup by 17 points (2 goals and a penalty) to 16 (three penalties and a goal) to clinch the Cup for the 17th occasion and the fifth year in succession with a superlative display in the first half at the Royal College Sports Complex grounds yesterday.

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Sanga and Mahela lead Sri Lanka's fight-back

Kumar Sangakkara hit an unbeaten 61 in his 100th Test as Sri Lanka responded bravely to Australia's 316 in the third and final game of the series in Colombo on Saturday.

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Chinthaka unlucky not to get a place in team

CRICKET: The 1997 Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year, Chintaka Jayasinghe the only cricketer from Dharmapala College, Pannipitiya to win the contest, should consider himself really unlucky not to find a place in the national cricket team.

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