The 32nd Annual General Meeting of St. Anne’s College, Kurunegala, Colombo Union will be held at the Sasakawa Hall, 22nd Lane, Colombo 3 on Saturday, March 28 at 7. p.m.
The meeting will be followed by cocktails and dinner priced at Rs. 1,000 per head. Members are invited to attend with their spouses. Those who are not members could also join. Participation should be confirmed on or before March 24.
For more details pls contact Bandula Weerasekera on 011-2889040, 0777356840, Ranjan Silva on 0777847129, Frederick Wootler on 0776631382 or Ajith Weerasundara on 011-2969340 or 0718175005.
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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A very successful edition of a Battle of the Rocks concluded in this weekend. Let's have a look at the scorecards of both the Test and Limited Over encounters.
32nd Battle of the Rocks (Test Encounter)
St. Anne’s: 204 in 48.5 overs (Malshan Perera 73, Pubugu Ganegama 49, Randeera Ranasinghe 27, Umesh Massakkara 20, Damitha Silva 5/45, Sachintha Pieris 2/40) and 214/8 in 63.2 overs (Wanitha Wanninayake 52 n.o., Pubudu Ganegama 52, Pasindu Dayananda 43, Malshan Perera 13, Sanjaya Wanninayake 2/20, Damitha Silva 2/61)
Maliyadeva: 234/9 (153/5 o/n) in 50 overs (Prabash Keppetipola 65, Sachintha Pieris 56, Dinanjaya Premarathne 41, Damitha Silva 29, Keshan Wijerathna 20, Dilashan Kollure 16, Piyumal Sinhawansha 6/79, Pubudu Ganegama 2/35)
Result: Match drawn
Awards: Best fielder – Kavinda Kotuwegedara (St. Anne’s) Best bowler – Piyumal Sinhawansha (St. Anne’s) Best batsman – Malshan Perera (St. Anne’s) Man of the match – Damitha Silva (Maliyadeva)
20th Battle of the Rocks (Limited Over Encounter)
St. Anne's: 200/9 (41 ov)
Malshan Perera 51, Umesh Masakkara 49
Maliyadeva: 272/9 (50 ov)
Randeera Ranasinghe 5 for 46, Kasun Jayaweera 2 for 63
When St. Anne's boys were 9 down, bad light stopped play at Welagedara Stadium, giving the victory for Maliyadeva.
Result: Maliyadeva won
Congratulations Maliyadeva for winning the Battle of the Rocks Limited Over Encounter.
Thank you all who supported the team St. Anne's throughout all these days.
Just less than a couple of days to the most exciting inter-school sports event of the city. It is the contest between two of the bests, nevertheless two big time friends. St. Anne's and Maliyadeva were friends, are friends, and will remain friends. #Annites and Devans are Brothers Forever, let's take this opportunity, Battle of the Rocks to strength it.
32nd Battle of the Rocks - Two-Day Encounter between Maliyadeva College and St. Anne's College will be played at the Welagedara Stadium on March 13 and 14. Play will commence at 10.00 a.m. on both days.
Meanwhile 20th Battle of the Rocks - Limited Overs Encounter will be played on March 15 at the same venue.
St. Anne's College team (Annites) for the 32nd Battle of the Rocks encounter
Malshan Perera (Captain), Umesh Massakkara (Vice-Captain), Kavinda Kotuwegedara, Vanitha Wanninayaka, Pasindu Dayananda, Randeera Ranasinghe, Piumal Sinhawansa, Pubudu Ganegama, Vimukthi Perera, Lakmal Jayasekara, Sudesh Kumarage, Tarindu Wijesinghe, Isuru Herath, Kasun Jayaweera, Nipun Ashok, Bawantha Karunasinghe, Suresh Kumarage, Jude Bandara, Nilesh Lakshan, Buddhika Bandara.
Skippers of the two teams, Prabash Keppetipola (Maliyadeva College/ Devans, on left) and Malshan Perera (St. Anne's College/ Annites, on right) pose together with the Esoft Trophies which are on offer for the #BattleOfTheRocks
Use the hashtag #AnnitesRock for your social media posts relating to Battle of the Rocks.
"Api Aana" (අපි ආනා) - A song to cheer our boys for the upcoming #BattleOfTheRocks encounter.
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