• Annites shine at the 34th Big Match

    Battle of the Rocks - Two-day Encounter - Summary

    St. Anne’s College, Kurunegala led by Wanithe Wnninayake did creditably to overcome their rivals Maliyadeva College on the first innings at their Annual Big Match which was played at the Welegedere Stadium.

    Maliyadeve skipper Damithe Silva who won the toss invited the Annites to take the first lease. The Annites did not disappoint their supporters and in 73.5 overs and little over 5 hours decleared their first innings at 307 for 7 wickets. The main scorers were Randeere Ranesinghe – 98, Tharinde Wijesinghe – 56 n.o., Kavindu Ranasinghe – 56, Pubudu Ganegame – 34, Vimukthi Bandare – 27. Kaveen Bandare -2/45, Damithe Silva – 2/97 were the pick of the bowling.  

    Maliyadeve College replied with 224 all out in 101.2 overs in a little over 6 hours. Damithe Silva 85, Brian Chandresene – 30, Kaveen Bandare – 30 played best. Pubudu Ganegame – 5/68, Kavindu Ranasinghe – 2/47, Piumal Singhewanse -2/54 took the bowling honours.

    Annites in the second innings were 53 for no loss in 14 overs and 55 mts. Pubudu Ganegame - 22 n.o., Dineth Chandimal – 25 n.o.

    While the Dialog Champion Trophy was shared at the drawn match a special panel declared: The Best Batsman – Randeere Ranasinghe (SAC), The Best Bowler – Pubudu Ganegame (SAC), The Man of the Match – Pubudu Ganegame (SAC)

  • Battle of the Rocks - 2018

    Battle of the Rocks - 2018 competition will be held between Annites and Devans on March 09th, 10th and 11th at Welagedara International Cricket stadium.

    Be there in numbers to support the team #Annites.

  • Battle of the Rocks 2017 on March 17 to 19

  • Devens win the Battle of the Rocks 22nd L/O Encounter

    St Anne’s College led by Wanithe Wanninayake won the toss and elected to bat in the 22nd L/O Encounter played at Welegedere Stadium. They managed to score only 140 runs in 48.1 overs. Randeere Ranesinghe – 34, Vimukthi Bandare – 30 were the chief scorers. Kaveen Bandare – 2/12, Sanjeewan Priyadharshane – 2/16, Dinanjaye Premeratne – 2/22, Manelke Dharmadase -2/30 took the bowling honours.

    Maliyadeve College in their turn achieved the target in 33.1 overs losing only 3 wickets. Dulaj Ranetunge -53, Dinanjaye Premaratne – 35 n.o. Lakshithe de Silva claimed 2/18.

    Devens led by Damithe Silva carried away the DAMRO trophy.

  • St. Anne's College alumni celebrates 25 years of international racing

    Dilantha Malagamuwa

    Sri Lanka’s most successful international motorsports personality, Dilantha Malagamuwa celebrated 25 years of international racing during an event held in Colombo on Thursday, 19th of March.

    Malagamuwa who races under the Dilango Racing team launched his 2015 race calendar at the star studded event which featured a number of distinguished guests as well as politicians. Minister of Sports Navin Dissanayake was the Chief guest at the event.

    Speaking at the event Malagamuwa stressed on the need to take motorsports into the hearts of all Sri Lankans and expressed firm belief that the future generations of Sri Lankan motor racers should be empowered.

    Dilantha Malagamuwa first began his racing career on two wheelts back in 1980. After making a name for himself as one of the best riders in the country he graduated to motor car racing by the late 80’s and never looked back. Dilantha Malagamuwa has achieved victories in Asia, Australia, USA and many other countries. He is a proud product of St Anne’s College Kurunegala and Trinity College Kandy.

    Annites family congratulates Mr. Dilantha Malgamuwa and wishes him all the very best on his future endeavours. Dilantha, you made the dad St. Anne's proud!


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  • Wanithe of St. Anne’s College completes 1000 runs

    Wanithe Wanninayake

    Wanithe Wanninayake, captain of St. Anne’s College, Kurunegale completed 1000 runs in the on-going Under 19 B Division School Cricket Tournament. The stylish right hand batsman achieved the target in 15 matches and 20 innings at an average of 59.5. He scored 3 centuries and 6 half-centuries, with 139 his highest against St. Sebastian’s College, Moratuwe. 

    He is a right arm medium fast opening bowler who has captured 18 wickets with best figures of 4 for 37 against St. Xavier’s College, Marawile. He is also a reliable fielder in any position with 7 catches.

    He represented Sri Lanka Under 19 Team in 2016 participating in the Asia Cup and the South African Tour of Sri Lanka.