Ever since I first went for the school show of Thrithva Ranga, way back when I was in Grade 8 (2004), it has become an annual event in my calendar along with the Bradby Shield. In the Thrithva Ranga held way back in 2004, I can remember there was something to do with army soldiers climbing down from the top of the hall to kidnap the president. Even though I  [ Read More ]

Three Trinitians awarded ‘Lions’

Three cricketers from this year’s Trinity College cricket team were awarded the Cricket Lions, the highest award in school at the College Assembly held at the Trinity College hall on Friday. These awards were made by the Acting Principal of Trinity College Brigadier Udaya Ariyaratne. The recipients of the prestigious ‘Cricket Lions’ were left arm spinner Aamil Anas, allrounder Janishka Premasinghe and wicket keeper opening batsman Niroshan Dickwella. Allroudner and  [ Read More ]

Trinity Emerge as Schools T20 champs

Trinity Emerge as Schools T20 champs Trinity College Kandy clinched the Munchee inter school under 19 Twenty20 title while pulling off a thrilling two wicket victory over St. Joseph’s College in the final encounter worked off at the SSC ground in Maitland Place today. After restricting their opponents to 107 runs from their 20 overs, Trinity College reached their target scoring 111 for 8 with four deliveries to spare and  [ Read More ]

The under 19 Trinity Cricket team is on fire. Trinity advanced to the quarter finals of the Under 19 Twenty20 cricket tournament with a comfortable 72 run win over De Mazenod Kandana in the pre-quarter final encounter played at Asgiriya. Trinity taking first lease of the wicket posted a formidable score of 156 and then bowled the Mazenodians for a paltry 84 with spinner Aamil Anas doing the damage. Trinity  [ Read More ]

A few years ago Trinity College was best known for rugger and now apart from that image for rugger it seems to be painting up a picture for cricket as well. Trinity advanced to the semi finals of the Under 19 inter-school limited over cricket tournament with a comfortable ten wicket win over Gurukula MV Kelaniya in the quarter final encounter played at Maradana yesterday. Gurukula MV taking first lease  [ Read More ]

31st Limited Overs Encounter

The Asgiriya stadium in Kandy came to life when the Trinitians won their traditional limited overs match against St.Anthony’s College Katugastota  by 2 runs. The Trinitians regained the Sir Richard Aluwihare Trophy in their 31st limited overs clash with the Lions levelling the series 14 wins apiece. The matches in the series were not played due to bad weather with the year 2000 match not being played. The Trinity team  [ Read More ]

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