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The sporting waves down South


C.W.W. Kannangara Maha Vidyalaya won the Under-19 Girls’ Football Championship at the Galle Educational Zone Sports Festival which was held in Galle recently. The team posed for a picture after emerging champions with their officials. Front row (from left): Ruwan Wijesinghe (MIC), I.K. Kodituwakku (Deputy Principal), Sanath Dharmabandu (Principal), P.K.A.P. Kumara (Coach), W.A.V. Chandimal (Coach). Back row (from left): G.W.G. Apsara, N. Madhumali, Sayuri Navodya, Sandima Madhumali, Sachini Nimeshika, Pavani Hansani, Sandunika Dilshani, D.G. Sanjeewani, Sachini Anutthara, Minesha Dhananjali, D.D. Piyumi and S.A. Achini. - Gamini Mahadura from Galle


The Southern Province Schools’ karate team which won 13 medals at the Asian Karate Championship held in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia was felicitated at a simple ceremony held in Ratgama. Under the guidance of Sudath Mendis, Sri Lanka won four gold medals, a silver medal and eight bronze medals at the tournament. The coach of the Southern Province Schools Karate Instructor, Sudath Mendis, who coached and led the young karatekas of the South, was awarded with a token of appreciation by U.G.D. Ariyathilake, the Sports Minister of Southern Province. – Gamini Mahadura from Galle


Meepawela Amarasooriya Maha Vidyalaya clinched the Under-15 Boys’ kabaddi championship at the Southern Schools Kabaddi Tournament which was held in Galle recently. The victorious team ins seen in the picture with their officials. - Gamini Mahadura from Galle

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