Malith Hettiarachchi head coach of Kingswood | Daily News

Malith Hettiarachchi head coach of Kingswood

Kingswood College has appointed panel of rugby coaches for the senior side for the year 2023, Dr. Nayana Dehigama is the Chief Mentor, the experienced and famous coach Ronny Ibrahim is Consultant coach, Malith Hettiarchchi head coach, Rizmeer Jabbar Assistant coach andAnjula Mallawarachchi performance therapist. In a few days time they will be naming the captain of the senior side.

The Kingswood Grassroots Rugby”KGR“who are giving a big hand for the Kingswood College rugby promotion are all out to bring in coaches for their schools up and coming players who are under 10 and 12. They are making plans supporing young players with talented coaches to learn the game and play well.

The KGR is looking for good talented coaches and they are expecting talented good coaches with a good knowledge and should have qualifications World Rugby level One qualification or above level, Minimum three years of coaching/playing experience,. Proven track record of working with young children and strong inter personal, planning and organizational abilities. The coaches who are keen to take upto coaching should contact them through [email protected].

Rumaiz to lead Trinity TT team

Trinity College has named Captain and Vice Captain of the Table Tennis Team. Captain – Aqib Rumaiz and Vice Captain Chathwara Weerasinghe. The captain of the side Aqib Rumaiz started his Table Tennis career when he was student in Grade 5 under the guidance of D.M.G.S. Kumara. He featured several times in the team where Trinity College won the annual Trinity-Thomian Table Tennis encounter. He headed the under 14 team where Trinity College won third place in the All Island Inter-Schools tournament. He received the best player award. At junior level in 2018. He represented college in All Island Inter-School Table Tennis Tournaments and has come up with fine performances. Vice Captain Chathwara Weerasinghe started Table Tennis when he was in Grade 6 under the guidance of D.M.G.S.Kumara. He became runner-up at the Central Province semi government schools championship. He has played in several All Island events and has done his best.

Trinity athletes do well

Trinity College athletes gave a good display at the All Island School Games and the athletes made Kandy proud by performing extremely well in this meet held at Sugathadasa Stadium, a few days back. Trinitians pocketed many medals and also were able to achieve national and school records. M ARiffai in the under 16 event, set a new meet record,he was first in the 300m hurdles , placed second in the100m hurdles and also second in the 4×100 m relay. M.S. M. Hamza was second in the 4x100m relay, C.Dissanayake second in the 4x100m relay along with D A Gamage and S Abishan (reserve). In the Under 18 U S Gammudali and K.H. Gamage, M.A. Eaizan and W.A.A. U.Wijetunge and R P Sathyasivam (reserve) achieved colors standard in the 4x100m relay. Under 20 V.O B K Hettiarachchi , A. Dawlagala. U. Manzil, S.A. Aluwihare was placed second in the 4x400m.Trinity were able to be the Under16 runner up in the Relay Championship, The Under 20 relay team broke the school 4x400m record which was set 12 years ago.

The Under 18 relay team broke the school 4x100m record and M A Riffai was able to break the National Record for the 300m hurdles event. So, for this good achievement a big hand should go to H. Gamage Ariyaratne, N. Bandara and Lalith Rathnayake the three coaches, the MIC Jagath Kalugampitiya and skipper Vivek Hettiarachchi.


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