CRICADS now on June 5

The Inter Ad agency invitational soft ball cricket tournament organized by TV Derana together with FM Derana, has been postponed due to the prevailing bad weather.

This was originally scheduled to be held on Saturday 22nd May at the BRC grounds. The new date and venue will now be on Saturday 05th June at the Race Course Grounds Colombo 07.

Apart from serious cricket, it will be a day of fun activities for the ad advertising fraternity and their families and will include Papare Music, Live Band, Kids Play area, Face Painting, Cheer Girls, Food & Beverages, DJ Music, Fun games and a lot more.

Please call the chairman – organizing committee Roshan Fernando on 0773580445 for any inquiries. Sunday Times & Daily Mirror of Wijeya Newspapers Pvt Ltd are the print partners for this event.

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