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No changes in voting in Most Popular Contest



Picking the readers winning coupons...  from left. Sarath Mandalawatte (  Head Of Division Fund Management ANCL),  Ajith Fernando (Manager Cash ANCL) and  Dr. Pushpa Mallikarachchi ( Medical Officer ANCL) picking the winning coupons. 

There were no changes in the second week's voting as Peterite

Lakshina Rodrigo occupied the first place polling 1,470 votes , while Richmond's Charith Asalanka and Trinity's Reveen Sayer were placed second and third polling 1150 and 809 votes respectively at the end of count number two at the Sunday Observer/ Mobitel Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer Of The year 2015 contest.

Trinity's Raveen Sayer was in the last year's contest too, and has been performing well this year for his school.

There was a new entrant in the division two 'gold' category Randev Pathirana of Royal College, Colombo who was the runner-up at last year 'Platinum' competition, had to compete in the

'Gold' segment this year as his school Royal College, Colombo will be playing in the Sri Lanka Schools Cricket Association division 11 tournament. Sunday Observer/Mobitel Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer Of The year 2015

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