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Sri Lankan cricket captain Angelo Mathews and Pakistan cricket captain Misbah-ul-Haq shake hands as they pose for photographers with the series for the HAIER CUP at a press conference. AFP PHOTO


Pakistan tough to beat - Angelo Mathews

Playing at home or elsewhere Pakistan are tough opponents to beat and Sri Lanka will have to be at their best to do so said the Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews. Both teams are in a period of transition and the young players should try to establish themselves and cement their places for their future endeavours.

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Unbeaten Royal edge out Joes 25-22

Royal College, Colombo kept their unbeaten record intact when they beat St.Joseph College Colombo by 25 points (2 Goals, 1 Try, 2 Penalties) To 22 points ( 2 Goals, 1 Try, 1 Penalty) in their Singer Schools Under 20 rugby match played at Royal Complex in Reid Avenue yesterday.

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Isipathana prevail in classic

Isipathana College, put up a superlative performance to come from behind and shear the Lions in their own den by defeating Trinity College by 37 points (two goals, four tries, one penalty) to 22 (two goals, one try, one penalty) in their schools,

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