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Sampath Bank beats HNB to win Badminton doubles grand slam


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Sampath Bank Badminton ‘ A’ Team emerged as Champions in the Mercantile Inter Firm Team Doubles Badminton Championship 2012 by beating Soflogoic ,Commercial Bank, Mas Holdings, NDB and Grand Finale with HNB. Sampath Bank were the Group ‘B’ Winners.

 Sampath Bank ‘A’ team was led by Ishan Udyanga (Captain) Tharinda Amarasinghe , Hasitha Chanaka , Devendra Bandara , Thilini Jayasinghe , Tharanga Nishanthi , Mahil Kuragama , Prasantha De Silva , Yasas Balalla and Thiekshana Jayasuriya also Sampath Bank ‘B’ Team became Runner Up in ‘Bowl ‘ Category in the same tournament. ‘ B’ team was led by Saman De Silva ( Captain ), Janaka De Silva , Thilak Munasinghe , Lalanga Kariyawasam,  Ravi Gunawardhana , Basura Jayaswarna , Kalana Abeysinghe , Nureshi Sooriyaarachchi and Kaweesha De Alwis
Sampath Bank 'A' Team
Sampath Bank 'B' Team

 


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