The annual Sports Meet of the Royal College Primary Section was held at the school junior ground under the patronage of Mahen Perera, who graced the event as the chief guest.
Galigamuwa Central MV qualified to play in two age group finals at the DSI Super Sport Schools Volleyball tournament in the Under 16 and 18 age categories played at the Seeduwa Davisamara
D.S. Senanayake College registered their third successive victory when they defeated Maharagama President’s College in the ongoing Singer Under 15 Division I All Island cricket tournament match played
Sujatha Vidyalaya, Nugegoda finished runner-up in the S.L.A. Ratnayake All Island Badminton Team Championship in the Girls ‘C’ Division concluded at St. Thomas’ College, Bandarawela. The tournament
Wesley College Colombo emerged champions at the All-Island Schools Boy's Under-18 Division 'B' Table Tennis Team Championship, beating Kegalu Vidyalaya comprehensively at the S. Thomas' College Indoor Sports Complex
Royal College Colombo showcased their dominance in the field of volleyball at the ongoing DSI Super Sports School’s Volleyball Championship 2016.
Sri Lanka Schools led by Manoli Divakara Mohotti from Visakha Vidyalaya, Colombo emerged champions at the Junior National Netball Championship 2016 conducted by the Netball Federation of Sri Lanka which concluded at the Galle International Cricket Stadium last weekend.
The Business Management School ‘B’ team retained theEFLI-SAGT Trophy in thethird University Flag FootballTournament ended at the Racecourseground in Colombo last Sunday
A superb all-round performance by skipper Janidu Jayawardene (107 and 4 for 37) spearheaded Bandaranayake MMV Gampaha to a 81 run victory over Dharmapala Vidyalaya
The Janadhipathi Hockey Wing, the new entrants to the Colombo Hockey Club League (CHCL), displayed their talent and prowess to remain unbeaten. The stickers of Janadhipathi, excelled in the league tournament,
Having great trust in their nerves as well as their skills, the OKI International School’s shuttlers won the championships in both Under 16 Boys and Girls of the ‘C’ Division at the S.L.A. Ratnayake Memorial All Island Inter Schools Badminton Championship 2016
At the recently concluded International Schools Athletic Championships ISAC Burhani Serendib Schoo,l an International School catering mainly to the Bohra Community of Sri Lanka
Holy Cross College, Gampaha emerged runners-up in the Girls under 16 ‘A’ Division at the All Island Inter Schools Badminton Team Championship
A total of 116 school teams from seven districts have qualified for the national level of the DSI Supersports Schools Volleyball Championship after three days of continuous play.
Kamalesh Vignaeshwaran and Aseka Dahanayake were adjudged overall male and female champions respectively at the 2016 BSC annual Karate Championships held last weekend.
Promising netballers, Jani Gayana de Siva and Michelle Andrea Wijepura from Ave Maria Convent Negombo
North Western Province took major honours and went on to win the SLC Super Under-19 Inter-Provincial Cricket Championship in the final played against Southern Province. The three-day final match was played at the R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo from May 11 to 13.
The popular Singhalese Sports Club (SSC) Tennis Tournament commenced on May 4 and it will continue until May 20 at the SSC courts in Colombo. This tournament conducted by the SSC,
Bathutha House emerged champions at the Hejaaz International School Inter-House Sports Meet for the Boys' Section with Khaldun House finishing up as runners-up.
Royal Institute won The 15th Inter-International Schools Under-13 Cricket Tournament 2016, beating Gateway International Colombo by 6 wickets in the final played at the Lyceum ground in Wattala.