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Chamod Fernando wins Schoolboy Rugby Player of the Year award


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By Shamseer Jaleel

Former Isipathana fullback and current CR&FC player Chamod Fernando was awarded the Schoolboy Rugby Player of the Year award at the Singer Rugby Awards for 2017 which took place last week at Bishop’s College Auditorium last week.

Singer has been propping up school rugby for more than two decades, enabling the production of many top-class school rugby players who have matured and represented the country later on. School rugby in Sri Lanka is extremely strong at the Asian level and needs to be natured in a proper way for the future of the sport in the country.

Royal Colombo won the cup while St. Anthony’s College, Katugastota accounted for the Plate.

Chubby Aabid Cader of St. Anthony’s College Mount Lavinia was judged the Most Popular Schools’ Rugby Player while his team was named the Most Popular Schools’ Rugby Team of the Year 2017.

Royal College player Hamza Reza won the Top Try Scorer award. The Best Place Kicker award went to Zahira College’s kicking sensation Zaid Singhawansa.

The battle for the schoolboy rugby player of the year award saw a close contest between Avishka Lee (Wesley), Aveesha Priyankara (Trinity), Hamza Reza (Royal) and Chamod Fernando (Isipathana). In the end Fernando bagged the title.

Division III

Division III Segment 1B: Runner-up - Panduwasnuwara MV Panduwasnuwara

Division III Segment 1B: Champions - Sir John Kothalawala MV Kurunegala

Division III Segment 2A: Runner-up - Mahanama Navodya MV Panadura

Division III Segment 2A: Champions - Thomas’ Preparatory School

Division III Segment 1A: Runner-up - Dehiovita National School Dehiovita

Division III Segment 1A: Champions - Ruwanwella Central College

Division II

Division II – Plate Championship – Runner-up - Vidyaloka MV Galle

Division II – Plate Championship – Champions - Sri Rahula College Katugastota

Division II – Cup Championship   – Runner-up - Carey College Colombo

Division II – Cup Championship – Champions - Anne’s College Kurunegala

Division I

Division I – Shield Championship – Runner-up - Nalanda College Colombo

Division I – Shield Championship – Champions - Aloysius’s College Galle

Division I – Bowl Championship – Runner-up - Maliyadeva College Kurunegala

Division I – Bowl Championship – Champions - Ananda College Colombo

Division I – Plate Championship – Runner-up - Dharmaraja College Kandy

Division I – Plate Championship – Champions - Anthony’s College Kandy

Division I – Cup Championship – Runner-up - Isipathana College

Division I – Cup Championship – Champions - Royal College

Singer Most Popular Schools’ Rugby Team of the Year 2017: S. Thomas’ College Mount Lavinia

Singer Most Popular School Boy Rugby Player of the Year 2017: Aabid Cader of S. Thomas’ College Mount Lavinia

Singer Schools’ Rugby League 2017 – Best Place Kicker: Zaid Sinhawansa, Zahira College Maradana

Singer Schools’ Rugby League 2017 – Highest Try Scorer of the Year 2017: Hamza Reeza of Royal College Colombo

Singer League 2017 – School Boy Ruggerite of the Year 2017: Chamod Fernando – Isipathana College

Pix by Upul Abayasekara


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