Carlton Super Sports Festival:
Dulshani and Menaka win marathon
W. P. Eranga Rakshila Dulshani of Debarawewa National School and H.
Nadun Menaka of Ambalanthota MV clinched the boys and girls title
respectively in the marathon event of the Fifth annual Carlton Super
Sports Festival organised by the Tharunyata Hetak Youth Movement and
worked off in Tissamaharama yesterday.
The marathon was conducted by the Athletic Association of Sri Lanka
and served as the trial to pick the athletes for the forthcoming
Commonwealth Games in India.
Girls: W. P. Eranga Rakshila Dhulakshi (Debarawewa National School) -
19.13.3, H.K Irosha Thamali (Sooriyawewa National School) - 20.03.60, A.
A Madushika Lakmali (Debarawewa National School) - 21.07.3, Nadeesha
Sewwandhi (Gonadeniya M.V) - 21.58.57, Shashika Madushani (St. Mary’s
College, Hambanthota) - 22.16.87, Umesha Shashikala (Debarawewa National
School) - 22.22.96
Boys: H. Nadun Menaka (Ambalanthota MV) - 35.21.67, D. H. Gayan
Thisara Madushanka (Wiharagala MV), G. W. Dinesh Chathuranga (Vidyartha
MV) - 36.43.55, A. P. Sanju Primal (Thissamaharama MV) - 36.07.95, K. M.
D. Chamila Warunajith (Nabadagaswewa MV) - 37.48.76, D. G. Jagath Kumara
(Koggalla MV) - 37.55.92
Open marathon: Ajith Bandara (Wayaba) - 2.25.46, B. Upul Wijitha
Kumara (Southern) - 2.25.48, R. M. Indika Ajith (Wayamba) - 2.25.56, R.
P. D. J. J. Rajapaksa (Wayamba) - 2.31.26, W. P. Jayarathne - 2.32.9, H.
R. N. Vijitha Bandara - 2.32.50
Sulochana and Hasanthi under 19 mountain biking champions
M.A. Sanjaya Sulochana of Harischandra College, Negombo and S.P.
Hasanthi of Debarawewa National School won the under 19 boys and girls
events in the mountain biking worked off yesterday.
A large number of riders participated in the events. Events were held
for boys and girls under-10, 13, 16, and 19, open men/women and masters
over 40 respectively. Mountain biking was worked off on a new circuit
especially prepared for the festival which will also be a permanent one
for the area.
The Navy rowing team emerged champions of the third time in the super
cross festival. Air Force took the second place and Royal College
Sri Lanka Air Force, Sri Lanka Navy, Royal College, St. Joseph’s
College, Colombo Rowing Club and Moratuwa University rowing teams and 70
players participated this year. Royal College and St. Joseph’s College
took part for the first time.
Mountain bike results:
Under 10 boys: K.G. Thiran Randika (Debarawewa National School), J.A.
Pasindu Priyamantha (Ranminithenna M.V.), R.G.A. Nimesh Harshanka (Ranminithenna
Under 13 boys: J.A.U. Kausila Sampath (Ranminithenna M.V.), S.P.
Saman Prasanna (Weligatta M.V.), K. Madusha Nayanajith (Weligatta M.V.),
Under 13 girls: K.G. Thilini Lakmal (Lunugamwehera M.V.), Bethmi
Balasuriya (Vihara Maha Devi M.V.), K.G. Sachini Sewwandi (Debarawewa
Under 16 boys: L.K. Lahiru Sachith Kumara (Ranminithenna M.V.), W.J.
Thimudu Sachintha (Debarawewa National School), L.H Tharanga
Pushpakumara (Weerawila M.V.).
Under 16 Girls: O. Niranjala Sewwandi (Osuwinna M.V.), K.G. Shanika
Madumali (Pannegamuwa M.V.), J.A. Dilini Chathurika (Mahasenpura M.V.).
Under 19 boys
M.A. Sanjaya Sulochana (Harischandra College, Negombo), N.K. Sujith
Chathuranga (Mahasenpura M.V.), D. Supun Pradeep Kumara (President
Under 19 girls: S.P. Hasanthi Udayangani (Debarawewa National
School), W.P.A. Pavithra Prabodini (Debarawewa National School), N.A.
Milani Iranga (Tissamaharama M.M.V).
Semi finals: Sri Lanka Navy beat Moratuwa University – 17/6. Sri
Lanka Air Force beat Royal College – 14/9.
Finals: Sri Lanka Navy beat Sri Lanka Air Force – 17/6.