Category Archives: Sports

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138th Battle of the Blues Day 1

The 1st day of the 138th battle of the blues began with stc winning the toss and electing to bowl first .A tremendous partnership between H.ramanayake and G.sandeep,and the side support of the “young but talented R jayawardane ,P.sooriyabandara and the keeper K.madarasinghe took the royalists forward “.Stc’s very own K.perera opened bowling for stc,by […]

138th Battle of the Blues Day 03

After a disappointing ending for the Thomians on the second day of the 138th Battle of the Blues, Captain Romesh Nallaperuma and Sithara Hapuhinna continued to bat on day 03. Through both batmen’s aggressiveness it was evident that their plan was to get as many runs and invite the Royalists to bat. Unfortunately for Hapuhinna, […]

138th Battle of the Blues Day 02

After the Thomians dominated day 01 of the 138th Battle of the Blues, Ravindu Kodithuwakku and Dulith Gunarathna came out to bat on day 02 when the Thomians were 33 runs for the loss of no wicket. The third year coloursman and the fresher put up an opening partnership of 127 before young Gunarathna was […]

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New look blues looking to conquer the rugby league

  The Thomians led by Pandula De Silva managed to have one of their most successful seasons in recent memory in the 2016 season managing to win all their trophy matches and emerging runners up in the Singer Schools Rugby League and also winning the all island schools rugby sevens after a lapse of 22 […]

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S.Thomas’ College Win Battle For Tennis Supremacy

The S Thomas’ College Under 19 Tennis team emerged Champions for the second consecutive year at the National Schools Games Tennis Championship which was held at the Sri Lanka Tennis Association (SLTA) from the 3rd to the 6th of September. The Thomian team who were placed at the bottom end of the draw, faced St […]

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Royal Thomian Badminton Encounter

  On the 23rd of September, the under 19 Badminton team of S. Thomas’ College faced a disappointing lost at the annual badminton encounter against Royal College which was played for the Ranil Wijesekera Trophy at the badminton courts of S. Thomas’ College, Mount Lavinia.