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SAP Invitational F15 Cricket Cup 2012 kicks off in Colombo


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The inaugural SAP Invitational F15 Cricket Cup 2012, an tournament organised by SAP AG as a means to bring together the SAP ecosystem of customers and partners for friendly competition on the cricket fields was off to a dazzling start with opening batsman Sahan Wijeratne of Dialog Axiata PLC hitting the first ball of the series for a four, in a match against Courtaulds Clothing Lanka (Pvt) Ltd.

The tournament which commenced on 28 July will see a total of 14 teams vie for the top title over five weekends across cricket venues in Colombo.

The captains of the 14 teams taking part in the SAP Invitational F15 Cricket Cup 2012 with the umpires and Michael Sathasivam, Business Head – Sri Lanka, SAP India (standing, fifth from left)

The event demonstrates SAP’s spirit of engagement with its ecosystem of customers and partners, as well as employees, and its desire to cultivate relationships beyond boardrooms. Companies participating this year include: Camoplast Solideal (Pvt) Ltd., Ceylon Biscuits Ltd., Ceylon Petroleum, Courtaulds Clothing Lanka (P) Ltd., Dialog Axiata PLC, Hayleys PLC, Hemas Holdings, Janashakthi Insurance PLC, Lion Brewery Ceylon PLC, MAS Trading (Pvt) Ltd., Silicone Coatings Pvt Ltd. (Nippolac), Textured Jersey Lanka PLC, Unichela Pvt. Ltd., and John Keells Holdings

Dialog Axiata recorded a 104 run win over Courtaulds with 13 balls to spare at close of play.

As market leader in enterprise application software, SAP helps companies of all sizes and industries run better. From back office to boardroom, warehouse to storefront, desktop to mobile device – SAP empowers people and organisations to work together more efficiently and use business insight more effectively to stay ahead of the competition.

Opening batsman Sahan Wijeratne of Dialog Axiata hitting the first ball of the series for a four

SAP applications and services enable more than 195,000 customers (includes customers from the acquisition of SuccessFactors) to operate profitably, adapt continuously, and grow sustainably.


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