Navaratne moves to the top

BATA-the Sunday Times Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year Contests 2011
In another surprise move Thurstanite Supun Navaratne has jumped the hurdle over the prolific Royal batsman Ramith Rambukwella at the end of the fifth count of the Sunday Times-Bata Most Popular All Island Contest.

In this count Navaratne not only became the count leader, but also became the first to reach the four figure mark with 1095 votes against his name. Rambukwella at the second place has received 657 votes.

Charitha Ruchiranga of Royal College, Panadura is the leader of the Emerging Schools category with 102 votes.

In the International category there is a sole contestant – Gavitha Wickremasinghe of Lyceum International with fourteen votes against his name

Readers Prizes
1.Y.L.W. Ekanayake, 6/15, 1st Lane, Pannipitiya.
2.Sepala Jayasekera, 10B, 82L, National Housing Sch eme, Raddolugama
3. W. de Silva, 60 Cross Road, Colombo 8

Count 4
All Island Contest
Supun Navaratne Thurstan College 1095
Ramith Rambukwella Royal College 657
Sachitra Perera Ananda College 223
Dananjaya De Silva Richmond College 122
Roscoe Thatil St. Joseph's College 80
Luckshan Eranda Edirisinghe Zahira College 76
Dasun Shanaka Maris Stella-Negombo 64
Chaturanga Kumara St. Joseph's College 42
Niroshan Dickwella Trinity College 25
Akila Jayasundara Trinity College 20

Emerging Schools
Charitha Ruchiranga Royal College-Panadura 102
A. Dilshan Sanjeewa St. Servatius- Matara 41
Sanjika Ridma St. Servatius -Matara 11
International School Contest
G.Wickremasinghe L.nternational -Wattala 14

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