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Sunday, 28 October 2012





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A moment to remember... Tharindu Kaushal who won the Outstation Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year receiving the award from Minister of Sports Mahindananda Aluthgamage at the Sunday Observer - Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer Award ceremony watched by Dinesh Weerawansa Editor in chief Sunday Observer and Chairman ANCL, Bandula Padmakumara. He was subsquently selected to Sri Lanka in the ODI series against New Zealand.

Power boat racing launch today : Power boat racing is the latest sport introduced to Sri Lanka and approved by the Ministry of Sports. Lanka Power Boat Racing Association will launch its initial drive at Cinnamon Lakeside from 12 noon today. F 1 Brunch at 7 Degrees Catch the Sri Lanka Navy Jet Ski and an exciting display of speed boats at the Beira Lake are on the cards. Donít miss out on the action! Here the sailors unloading the power boats yeaterday. Pic : Chinthaka Kumarasinhe

ObserverĖMobitel Outstation Star in the limelight...:

Kaushal in Lankan ODI team

SCHOOLBOY STAR SHINES... Barely, two months had elapsed after being crowned as the Sunday Observer/Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year (Outstation) and the Best Bowler runner-up (Outstation 2012), Tharindu Kaushal from Devapathiraja College, Ratgama has been drafted into the Sri Lanka ODI team,

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T20 Captains keen on close finish

All-rounder Angelo Mathews has been named as Sri Lankaís new Twenty20 captain for one year. The stand-in Captain for New Zealand Jacoo Oram was also keen on the first encounter the T20 clash on October 30 at Pallekele.

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Three wins for Lanka at Hong Kong Sixes

Sri Lanka led by Test player Jehan Mubarak recorded three good wins by defeating India, Pakistan and Netherlands in their KARP Group Hong Kong Cricket Sixes tournament. Sri Lanka: 107 for no loss (Kusal Janith Perera 34 retired, Chamara Kapugedera 36 retired, Jehan Mubarak 27 n.o.) beat Netherlands by 3 runs.

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Thomian rowers regain Fernando Trophy

S. Thomasí College rowers showed their mastery in rowing by winning the Regatta and the Boat Race at the 39th annual Royal-Thomian Regatta on Saturday on the Beira Lake, Colombo, racking up a team total of 38 points to cruise comfortably ahead of Royalists, who had 14 points. Before commencing the prestigious Boat Race,

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