Amcham bowling tournament - 2010

By Shamseer Jaleel

American Chamber of Commerce in Sri Lanka (AMCHAM) organised the very first Bowling Tournament on June 14 at Excel World. Twenty three teams locked horns for the AMCHAM Challenge Trophy.
HSBC scored 830 in the initial round and Vindhya Jayasuriya with a brilliant brake emerged as the ‘Best Female Bowler’ with the highest number of points.

The second round (858) witnessed fierce competition with each team displaying grit and determination to collect maximum points. HSBC Team, however with a fine display of bowling skills under the captaincy of Vindhya, emerged as the proud winner and was awarded the AMCHAM Challenge Trophy - 2010 by Ms. Moji Akingbade - President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Sri Lanka (AMCHAM). Ceylon Tobacco were the runners-up at the tournament.

The following represented the champion outfit: Vindhya Jayasuriya (Captain), Shehan Patterson, Erosh Goonawardane, Kanishka Hewage and Glen Perera

Top to the page  |  E-mail  |  views[1]
SocialTwist Tell-a-Friend
Other Sports Articles
Are we corrupt? Tell us, Mr. Minister
Royal gaol Trinity at Bogambara
One more step to climb
Losing the Asia Cup
Champs and other points to ponder
Love O Careless Love
Aruna reaches great heights in rugby refereeing
Sharmal to represent Asian Team at ITF European tour
Allan Gunasekera excelled in everything he did
Reminiscences of Bradby 51
Amcham bowling tournament - 2010
Not done and well done
Mazenodian cager final today
Josephian Walk on July 18
Ananda down Nalanda at badminton
Police thwart Army rally in second half
Thasleem records two wins on day one
When a waitress danced for Sharm’s supper in Isfahan
Can Joes hold the marauding Petes?
Wilson wins Arugam Bay surfing championship
SAARC Carrom at Galadari
Can Navy hold their own on foreign turf?


Reproduction of articles permitted when used without any alterations to contents and a link to the source page.
© Copyright 2010 | Wijeya Newspapers Ltd.Colombo. Sri Lanka. All Rights Reserved.| Site best viewed in IE ver 6.0 @ 1024 x 768 resolution