A grassroots 'Train the Trainer' programme was successfully held recently at the Nuwara Eliya Municipal ground with the participation of over 600 schoolchildren.
Shevinda de Silva receives a trophy from Commodore Jayantha Gamage – President of Sri Lanka Aquatic Association (SLASU).
The senior girls karate team of Ave Maria Convent Negombo emerged champions at the Gampaha Province Schools Karate Do Association Meet, held at the Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium, Colombo recently.
Despite figuring in three draws, including the main match of Under-19s, hosts S. Thomas' College took the majority of honours against Trinity College in their 7th annual football encounter held at the CR and FC ground in Colombo. The event held on October 14,
For the first time in the school history, the Physical Training squad of Ramanathan Hindu Ladies’ College, Colombo emerged champions at the All-Island Physical Training Competition 2016. The Squad was trained by the sports coach, Mrs. Eswary under the guidance
Hiraj Nirantha Silva of St. Benedict’s College, Kotahena exhibited his excellence at the National Full Contact Karate, both Junior and Senior Championships 2016 held at the Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium, Colombo recently placing himself 1st in the Boy
Newton, Nobel, Scott and Shakespeare Houses did battle on the track and field once again at this year’s British School in Colombo Inter-House Athletics Competition at the Mahinda Rajapaksa Stadium
The All-Island Badminton Doubles Championship organised by the Sri Lanka Schools Badminton Association took place at the Nuwara Eliya Indoor Stadium where the Ananda College team won the Under-18 Doubles title. The picture shows the winning team with Ananda College Principal, S.M. Keerthiratne.
Saumya Dilrukshi of Gampaha Holy Cross College is a prospective National Athletic star. Saumya started as a hurdler at Kelaniya Kirillawela MMV where she showed her prowess in the event by winning the Under (U)-17 and U-19 age categories.
Dulaksha Rajapaksha and Aishwaryaa Ravichandran of OKI International School won the Under 15 Boys and Girls Singles championships respectively at the Faster Age Group Badminton Championship 2016 conducted by the University of Kelaniya and concluded at the S. Thomas’ College Indoor Stadium recently.
Nalanda College recorded a comfortable first innings victory over St. Sebastian's College Moratuwa to emerge the All-Island Schools Under-15 Division I Tournament champions in the final played at the Thurstan College grounds.
Janadhipathi Balika Vidyalaya, Nawala emerged champions in the All Island Schools Girls Under 19 Hockey championship concluded at the Sirimavo Bandaranaike school ground recently.
In the finals of this tournament organised by the Ministry of Education the lasses from Nawala defeated Seethadevi Balika Vidyalaya, Kandy 3-2.
The British School in Colombo won the overall boys and girls championships titles at the Invitational Inter-International Schools Indoor Junior Athletics Championships concluded at the British School premises recently. They were also awarded the overall championships where Elizabeth Moire International School
Royalist Vinuka Gunawardene and Visakhian Mudara Somaratne emerged champions at in Under 15 Boys and Girls Singles events at the Friendship Table Tennis Tournament held at the Shuttle Power Indoor Stadium, Nugegoda recently.
Nalanda College Colombo is taking a keen interest to promote Rugby among youngsters despite Cricket being the most popular sport there. At present the intentions of Nalanda College to produce a winning outfit in the coming years stays intact with the strength and enthusiasm of their junior players.
Over 1400 youngsters representing 88 teams from different schools around the country were actively involved in the Milo Junior Rugby Tournament which was held on October 8 and 9 at the Racecourse ground in Colombo. The tournament, organised by Sri Lanka Schools Rugby Football Association (SLSRFA)
Lyceum International School Wattala won the All-Island Schools Under-17 Division III Cricket Championship this season. In the final Lyceum Wattala beat St. Benedict's College by 13 runs as the winning team's Shabiq Ifthary became the player of the match
A fine spell of right arm fast medium bowling by Tharuksha Perera helped S. Thomas’, Kotte to score a first innings victory over Gurukula Vidyalaya, Kelaniya in the Under 13 Division I Group C cricket match played at Prisons Grounds recently.
Holy Cross College, Gampaha won the Girls ‘A’ Division Under 14 Inter Schools Badminton Tournament conducted by the Sri Lanka Schools Badminton Association concluded at the Richmond College Indoor Stadium in Galle recently.
Vidyarathana University School, Horana emerged overall champions at the 99th Stubbs Shield Schools Boxing Meet held at the Royal College Arena recently. Vidyarathana pugilists won four gold medals to win the overall title as Vidyartha College Kandy emerged runners-up with three gold medals.