Rugby: Sri Lanka squad named with four changes for Asian 7s Series in Colombo

11 October 2017 - 87   - 0

Sri Lanka Rugby has named the final squad for the upcoming Third Leg of the Asian Sevens Series to be played during the coming weekend (14 and 15) in Colombo with four changes.

The final squad includes the names of Kavindu Perera, Rehan Silva, Richard Dharmapala and Reeza Raffaideen, who will replace Hirantha Perera, Kevin Dixon, Naveen Henakankanamge and Chanaka Chandimal. 

Sudarshana Muthuthanthri will continue to lead Sri Lanka. 

New Zealanders Peter Woods is the Head Coach while Nick Groub in the Trainer. 

Sri Lanka has been drawn in Pool 'A' with South Korea, China and Chinese Taipei while the Pool 'B' will consist of Japan, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Philippines. 

Sri Lanka Sevens Squad: Sudarshana Muthuthanthri (Captain), Jason Dissanayake, Kavindu Perera, Rehan Silva, Richard Dharmapala, Tarinda Ratwatte, Srinath Sooriyabandara, Danushka Ranjan, Omalka Gunaratne, Danush Dayan, Reeza Raffaideen.

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