Prince of Wales’ College finished top in the group 2A and Thurstan College finished second. D.S. Senanayake College were unbeaten in segment 2B whilst Zahira College finished second. Continue reading Schools Rugby – Plate Competition
Singer schools league Division one segment 2A & 2B points table is out after week 4. Prince of Wales’ and D.S. Senanayake College are still unbeaten in their respective groups.
Prince of Wales’ and Ananda College look to compete in the plate although last year when they played against each other, the Cambrians won against Ananda in the plate but lost in the league game. This Thursday the 7th May once again these two teams play each other. On the other hand D.S. Senanayake who got demoted from segment one are making a strong statement with their unbeaten tag thus far. Zahira College lost to the Dons but looks like they will beat Nalanda and stay in contention for the plate.
As a result with the current points table it looks like S. Thomas, Dharmaraja, Wesley and CWW Kannagara to play with above mentioned schools for the plate championship. However, S.Thomas v St. Anthony’s will decide who will exactly slip the ladder.
Wesley won the plate last year beating the Eagles. Nevertheless, despite CWW Kannagara’s poor show, the plate category looks exciting with contestants who are equal.
The 2nd Battle of the Golds in UAE,a T20 cricket match between the old boys of two prestigious colleges in Moratuwa, Prince of Wales and St Sebastian’s will be worked off at Sharjah English School grounds in Sharjah on March 27 ( Friday). Continue reading UAE Battle of the Golds
Among 365 boring days of studies there are some school days, which are remembered for a long period. The big match season is also such an enjoyable period. I was a huge cricket fan ever since I was a little boy. Continue reading Battle of the Golds, the Moratuwa Spectacle; What it feels for Cambrians!
St. Sebastian’s College won the 30th annual limited-overs encounter when they defeated their arch-rivals Prince of Wales College by 79 runs on Sunday at Moratuwa. Continue reading St. Sebastian’s College beat Prince of Wales’ College by 79 runs