Rambukwella takes comfortable lead

BATA-Sunday Times School Boy Cricketer 2011

Ramith Rambukwella of Royal has taken a comfortable lead at the eleventh count of the All Island Contest having 9512 votes. Supun Navaratne of Thurstan still holds on to second spot. At the end of the count Ramith Rambukwella had polled 1072 votes as aganst Navaratne’s 8.

In the Emerging Schools Contest Kavindu Ashan Perera of Royal College -Panadura raked in 219 votes to take his total count to 1044 while Charitha Ruchiranga also of the same institution had 23 votes and takes his tally 783 to occupy the second spot.

In the International School Contest Gavitha Wickramasinghe of Liceum International –Wattala raked in 26 votes to take his tally to 319 while Mohammed Azher Samsoodeen of Leigton Park International School had 50 votes at the last count taking his total to 233 votes.

Count 11
All Island

Ramith Rambukwella Royal College 1072 9512
Supun Navarathne Thurstan College 8 4844
Dasun Shanaka Maris Stella-Negombo 119 660
Dananjaya De Silva Richmond College 47 503
Sachitra Perera Ananda College 7 256
Luckshan Eranda Edirisinghe Zahira College 10 226
Roscoe Thatil St.Joseph's College 10 168
Akila Jayasundara Trinity College 116
Chaturanga Kumara St.Joseph's College 13 65
Niroshan Dikwella Trinity College 2 39

Emerging Schools
Kavindu Ashan Perera Royal College -Panadura 219 1044
Charitha Ruchiranga Royal College-Panadura 23 783
A.Dilshan Sanjeewa St.Servatius- Matara 52
Kalhara Peries Moratu Maha Vidyalaya 42
Sanka Abeyruwan Moratu Maha Vidyalaya 30
Sanjika Ridma St.Servatius -Matara 18 32

International School Contest

Gavitha Wickramasinghe Liceum International -Wattala 26 319
Mohammed Azher SamsoodeenLeigton Park International School 50 233

This week’s Reader’s Prizes go to: (1) R. Anura Lalith of No 32 Keyzer Street, Colombo 11. (2)M.M.S. Ahmed, Daskora, Muruthogonamulla. (3) Joseph Fernando, 255-B18, Torrington Gardens, Colombo 7.

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