Archive for June, 2011

The Trinity College Kandy Old boys association in British Columbia is seeking to help out A/L students by offering scholarships to the students in need. The scholarship will cover the cost of tuition and fees. The basic requirements are; Currently enrolled as an A/L student at Trinity College Kandy. Is in good academic standing in Grade 11-13. Have a minimum of eight (8) A’s in the most recent G.C.E. O/L  [ Read More ]

Fifth death anniversary falls today(26th June) He was of the mould of the “Desert Fox” – General Erwin Rommel, one of Adolf Hitler’s two famous military Generals along with General Montgomery in World War II; bold, dashing and handsome, relentless in combat, magnanimous in victory and gracious to his vanquished enemies. For, slain Lieutenant General Parami Sugandika Bandara Kulatunga, VSV, RSP,USP, PBP, DPS, USAWC, GW, Sri Lanka Army’s former Deputy  [ Read More ]

Structures in place for the next five years

Trinity rugby now on right track- Lord Byron Trinity College Rugby is now on the right track says the new Chairman of the Old Trintians Rugby Scrummage Byron Fernando. Byron Fernando, himself the No.8 Forward and one of the six Trinity College Rugby Lionsmen under Centre Ravi Bandaranayake in 1981 whose team regained the Bradby Shield after four years, had a dream finish in 1982, the year he led the  [ Read More ]

  “The greatest comeback in Bradby Shield history.” Select ‘480p’ in each video to view in highest quality. Enjoy.   Part  1 : Part  2 : Part  3 : Part  4 : Part  5 : Part  6 : Part  7 : Part 8 : Part  9 :   Click Here to access the entire playlist on youtube. can be used to download the videos. Copy paste the youtube url of  [ Read More ]

Sizzling! This Lions’ brand of rugby

Royalty loses both crown and jewels! To merely report that fifteen gallant and resurgent Trinitians led by that power house Prop Forward Murad Ramzeen knocked hitherto unconquered  No 8 Forward Shehan Pathirana’s  Royalists  off their feet last Saturday,  would tantamount to an epitome of the Latin cliché- Suppresso Veri, the truth but not the whole truth. In doing so, fifteen spirited Trinitians with youthful  exuberance,  albeit an eight point  deficit  [ Read More ]

Congratulations Kumar we are proud of you!

Sri Lanka is greatly honoured. One of the greatest wicket keeper batsmen of the world, former Sri Lanka Cricket Captain, a product of Trinity College, Kandy and University of Ceylon Colombo – Law Faculty, Kumar Sangakkara has been selected to deliver this year 2011, MCC SPIRIT OF CRICKET COWDREY LECTURE. The 33 year old Kumar Sangakkara, will also take over from former Australian Keeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist, as the youngest man  [ Read More ]

The SLRFU named a 30 man squad for the Kandy Reds team which will be coached by Nihal ‘Viper’ Gunaratne. Kandy has not yet appointed a captain and will have two strong contenders for the prestigious position. Trinity skipper and front row forward Murad Ramzeen will be one contender while the other will be the burly Anthonian skipper and number eight Sanka Rajaguru. The Kandy Reds team will be dominated  [ Read More ]

Trinity end Royal reign

Trinity College Kandy came back from a deficit of 8 points in the first leg to give a brilliant display of running rugby not only to beat Royal College but also to win the Bradby Shield handsomely with a 40 Points (3 Goals, 2 Tries, 2 Penalties, 1 Drop Goal) to 5 Points (1 Try) win in their 67th year of the series at the Royal Sports Complex yesterday. At  [ Read More ]

The live rugby match will be broadcasted here on 11th June 2011: 4.30 p.m. onwards Sri Lanka Local Time. GMT 11 a.m, Japan 8 p.m, Melbourne 9 p.m,  US Central 6 a.m. onwards. The match is now over. Thank you for watching. Complete Recorded Match Video: Click Here to view the page with the remaining parts. Match Highlights: Final 2nd Leg Score: Trinity – 40 Royal – 05 Final Overall  [ Read More ]

Trinity, led by burly No 8 forward and Rugby Lion Ravi Balasuriya, took on Lock Forward Seyed Hashim’s Royalists in 1977, acutely conscious  of  its loss of the Bradby Shield in the two previous years, and more so, by the series record the previous year  1976 – /0-36 at Longden Place and 6-25. Ravi Balasuriya The only scoring that Trinity did which was in the second leg at Bogambara was,  [ Read More ]

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