Cricket: Royal-Thomian Past Cricketers’ Dinner on March 11

23 February 2015 - 76   - 0

The 25th annual Royal-Thomian Past Cricketers’ Dinner will be held on March 11 from 7.30pm at the Atrium Lobby of Cinnamon Grand Colombo.   Past cricketers who have represented Royal and S. Thomas’ College in the annual Battle of the Blues encounter, are expected to get together at this annual gala dinner.   Participants are requested to be clad in shirts and the respective college ties by the organisers. Tickets are priced at Rs. 3250 and Rs. 2250, for those who are under the age of 23 and over 70.   Further information could be obtained by contacting Trevor Rajaratnam on 0777750786, Ajita Pasqual on 0777364635, Chanaka Liyanage on 0727364610, Jehan Thahir on 0773506169, Anushka Polonnowita on 0773028080, Chehan Samarasinghe on 0777359649 or Arjuna Waidyasekera on 0777677677.

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