With professional approach, discipline and
SL could become major force in Asian Rugby - Sri Lanka rugby
captain Yoshitha Rajapaksa
Sri Lanka rugby captain Yoshitha Rajapaksa is
confident that Sri Lanka would soon regain its lost pride in Asian
rugby. In an exclusive interview with the Sunday Observer, the Sri
Lanka skipper said that the present professional approach should
enable Sri Lanka to become one of the strongest teams in Asia behind
Japan and South Korea – a position the country’s national team held
in late ‘90s.
Make use of all opportunities to prove your worth – Sanath
Observer/Mobitel Cricket contests Dedication,
discipline, commitment and hard work is the key to success not only
for a successful cricket career but also in one’s day-to-day life.
Trinity crush Antonians
Trinity College showed their dominance over
their traditional rivals St. Anthony’s College by crushing them by
54 points (3 goals, 1 penalty goal, 3 tries, 2 penalties) to 10 (2
tries) in their schools under-19 Division one rugby tournament match
played before a large crowd at Nittawela yesterday.
Josephian Samarawickrema and Maris Stella’s Jayasinghe take the lead
MOST POPULAR SCHOOLBOY CRICKETER OF THE YEAR 2012 CONTEST: Josephian Sadeera Samarawickrema and Angelo Jayasinghe of Maris Stella
College, Negombo took the lead from last week winners ,