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Milo Premier Trophy 2013-Ananda victorious

Ananda College Colombo clinched the Milo Premier Trophy 2013 when they defeat Mahanama College by 21 points (one goal, one try, two penalties, one drop goal) to 15 (three tries) in the final played at the Royal College Sports Complex yesterday.

The lads from Maradana opened their account through a drop goal by A.L.G.S.Dilshan. Few minutes later W.D.L. Tillakaratne fired across a 15 metre penalty to make it 6 - 0 for Ananda.

Mahanamians struggle to score a point due to the solid defence by their opponents. In the 29th minute, M.D.K.Rupasinghe fell over for a try off a scrum while W.D.L.Tillakaratne made no mistake with the conversion.Ananda led 13-0.

Few minutes before the breather Mahanama scored their first try through R.S.Nandula by the left corner flag where Rambukkanage missed the conversion. Anandians were leading 13 - 05 at lemons.

Ananda after taking a comfortable 13 - 5 lead at the breather were able to score more eight points during the second session.

Ananda accumulated their points through a penalty and a try scored by Tillakaratne. Mahanama obtained their points through two unconverted tries by B.R.G.Jayaratne and W.I.Tharanga. D.Nimal refereed.

Meanwhile Vidyartha College, Kandy overcame Dharmapala College, Pannipitiya by 66 pints to eight to clinch the Milo Chairman's Trophy knockout rugby title in the final which preceded the Premier Trophy final encounter at the same venue.

Vidyartha led 29 -05 at the breather. Ashan Bandara (four), Danishka Talwatte (two) , Viduranga Ramawickrama (two), Nuwan Alexander (one) scored tries for Vidyartha while Chamath Fernando contributed by converting the two tries scored by himself. Isuru Lakshan added the extra points to his try himself. Dharmapala accumulated the points through a try by G.K.G.L.R. Attanayake and a penalty by A.S.Bandara. Dimitri Gunasekara refereed. 

Posted on 2013-07-16 07:12:04
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"I'm very disappointed that a national captain, within a few months of retirement, has been retained by another team at a World Cup," Sumathipala had said on Friday. "You could go to a club, a province, an IPL kind of team, or a county. But this is a World Cup. You can't have a player who has just left your country's team joining a competitive nation.- Thilanga Sumathipala

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Good point,nice to see atleast now SL board is thinking and worrying about tactical information providing,but sad thing is Sumathipala only worry about england and Mahela,why can't he see Dilshan, Malinga...etc players who dedicated their life on IPL,cause who knows they also can share our tactical information to india,also since this IPL devil has started then Srilanka have been defeating to India continually...think about that the only T20 they played with youngers and without any IPL SL players then they won the match against India...Chandimal has refused to join IPL so he is the only trusted captain and we proud about him... Nilanka Mendis to Cricinfo

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