Rambukwella takes over the limelight

Bata-the Sunday Times Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year Contests 2011
Royalist Ramith Rambukwella has bounced back into contention, as he has taken over the lead once again in the All Island segment of the Bata-the Sunday Times Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer Contest.

Rambukwella has replaced Thurstanite Supun Navaratne and has reached a total of 4343 votes against his name while Navaratne has polled only 3510 votes at the end of count No 8.
The Emerging Schools’ contest is also a right Royal affair with two Panadura Royalists --- Kavindu Ashan Perera and Charitha Ruchiranga battling hard to stay at the top.
In the International Schools’ Category Gavitha Wickremasinghe of Lyceum International School Wattala is still in the lead with 133 votes in his base.

Count 8
Ramith Rambukwella Royal College 4343
Supun Navaratne Thurstan College 3510
Dasun Shanaka Maris Stella-Negombo 483
Dananjaya De Silva Richmond College 319
Sachitra Perera Ananda College 239
Roscoe Thatil St. Joseph's College 145
Luckshan Eranda Edirisinghe Zahira College 145
Chaturanga Kumara St. Joseph's College 47
Akila Jayasundara Trinity College 43
Niroshan Dickwella Trinity College 26

Emerging Schools
Kavindu Ashan Perera Royal College –Panadura 372
Charitha Ruchiranga Royal College-Panadura 327
A. Dilshan Sanjeewa St. Servatius- Matara 50
Sanjika Ridma St. Servatius -Matara 13

International School Contest
Gavitha Wickremasinghe Lyceum International -Wattala 133
Mohammed Azher Samsoodeen Leighton Park International School 126
Readers Prizes go to:(1) Rozanne Amath, 40/41, Katuwawela Road, Boralesgamuwa, (2). B. Ruwintha Lakmalee Silva, K-12, Araliya Niwasa, Weerasena Mawatha, Ratmalana (3). S.K.K. Ariyaratne, 110/7, Mahamega Place, Maharagama.

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