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WHEN A FRESHER HELPED ME TO BE PART OF HISTORY…

Revisiting 1972 when Antonians gatecrash Trinity’s Centenary Celebrations As shared with Alston Mahadevan by Jayantha Monnekulame   The 1972 Trinity Antonian big match was played in Katugastota on the 24th & 25th March 1972. It was a historic period as Trinity who were celebrating its centenary year and I captained the Antonian team whilst Athula …

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Our Own Show – 2015

A blend of choral, vocal and instrumental performances, both classical and contemporary, featuring the talents produced and honed at St. Benedict’s College. More Pictures: Click Here

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Back to School Inter – School Netball Championship – 2015

Reviving past memories and glories on the court Be a sport – play the game again It’s an event for ladies that are willing to test their sporting mettle, this meet is sure to encompass some nail-biting wins and exciting activities for a crowd of enthusiastic Old Girls. More Pictures: Click Here

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Quadrangle Athletic Meet – 2015

Saints Quadrangular Athleticsmeet 2015. It was revived after 25 years… And competed over two days, the Saints Quadrangular meet came to an end with a great show of athletics power’s of Antonians, Bens, Joes, Petes in the best spirit and upholding values. May the Saints Brotherhood live forever… Old Peterites won the overall Old Boys …

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DOUBLE WICKET CRICKET TOURNAMENT….

  St. Peter’s College beat St. Sebastian’s College Moratuwa to emerge champions of the first ever Invitational Double Wicket Cricket tournament played at the St. Benedict’s College Grounds in Kotahena on 24th and 25th April . The tournament was organised by Old Benedictine Sports Club together with St. Benedict’s College Cricket Wing in connection with the 150th Jubilee …

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MAN WITH THE GOAL-DEN BOOT….

  Peter Ranasinghe undoubtedly was the soccer hero of my generation. As a player, Peter was just sensational. And he remained enormously popular as a gentleman who played the common man’s game, which was the most popular sport in the country during his time. Once he set his foot on the field the best of soccer …

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U-19 school cricket review Lions roar to the top; Petes grab two crowns…

  Trinity College, Kandy, emerged champions in the 2014/15 Inter-School Under 19 cricket tournament, and Thurstan College, Colombo, came second while Lumbini Maha Vidyalaya was placed third. rinity ended last season (2013/2014) as runners-up behind Richmond, the latter finishing in eighth place this year. St Peter’s College, led by Chandula Jayamanne emerged as the leading team among the four …

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Premasiri Athukorale and Anton Perera batting stylist and the tearaway bowler..

The sports scene in schools sparkled in the 1950-60 era that witnessed a slow transition of rugby taking the edge over cricket from a spectator interest standpoint. It is interesting to step back and reminisce how and why rugby took pride and priority over cricket.During the period under review, horse racing was the most popular spectator sport in our …

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