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Trinity College Carols 2019 ‘A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols’ | Christmas at Quadrangle

Christmas at Quadrangle 2019 – Carol service at Trinity College Chapel, Kandy ‘A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols’ held on 01st December as exclusively covered by Quadrangle. Our very first Schools Christmas Carols production using Canon by Metropolitan Photo Hub and co-sponsored by Lanka Hospital Diagnostics! #christmas #carols #quadrangle #trinitians watch the …

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Trinity – Fully powered by the Sun

Departing from tradition, the Trinity College Kandy (TCK) Batch of 92 celebrated its 25th anniversary since leaving Trinity by taking over the responsibility of converting the entire school’s energy supply to solar power. This is perhaps the first time a 100 % conversion amongst schools has been completed in Sri …

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Big match hundred a Katugastota special

Naren Dambawinna By Sujith Silva My earliest memory of the Trinity-Antonian encounter was in 1970 when I was a youngster. Lalith Ramanayake made quick-fire century and I think it was one of the fastest centuries in the series. Niroshan de Silva played in that year too. If I am not …

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Splendour in the grass

Splendour in the grass By UL Kaluaratchi It is now decades since I handled a rugby ball. So, the kick-off at this stage of our life is difficult, yet it always is considered very important. I would like to kick off these random reflections by paying a warm tribute to …

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KEN LEFT US GOLDEN MEMORIES

By Lawrence Heyn If anyone was to cast a mould of the perfect sportsman then Kenneth Brian de Joodt would have been the ideal prototype. The mercurial Trinity Lion, rugby genius and prolific writer passed away last August at the age of 76, and three months on the Quadrangle pays tribute …

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Whites’ Silver Streaks…

Duncan  was a record beater in every sense of the word By Ken de Joodt Unforgettable ! That’s what it was – some of the most incredible achievements in Sri Lanka and world athletics that took place more than 67 years ago. Little-known Sri Lanka was then famously known for Ceylon Tea and was one of …

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DAVID AND HIS LIONHEARTS…

  BY Ken de Joodt As a mere introduction to this write-up, Trinity College, Kandy, was always known as the Cradle of Rugby in schools – since this great game of rugby had its beginnings at Trinity in 1906, when Rev. A.G. Fraser was the Principal. In fact, the first match Trinity played was against Kingswood College, …

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