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DSI Supersport Volleyball Championship 2018 winds down


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The final matches of the DSI Supersport Volleyball Championship 2018 were held on 3 and 4 August at the National Youth Center in Maharagama. 

The district matches took place from 27 April to 1 May and the national level matches from 31 May to 2 July. 

Competition was held in the following age categories: Under 11 Boys and Girls, Under 13 Boys and Girls, Under 15 Boys and Girls, Under 17 Boys and Girls and Under 19 Boys and Girls. The Under 11 Boys and Girls category has been added for the first time this year.

The tournament was initiated by DSI in 1999 with the collaboration of the Sri Lanka Volleyball Federation and the Ministry of Education. A total of 198 teams participated in the tournament. The tournament attracts the highest number of school teams and was being played for the 18th consecutive year.

The objective of the championship is to provide an opportunity for players from both rural and urban parts of the country to showcase their talents on a national platform, as well as supporting the development of players’ careers.

A total of 4,000 teams participated in this year’s tournament.

Final teams

Under 11

  • Boys’ finals – Janadhipathi Vidyalaya, Naththandiya vs. Bishop Edmond Pieris Primary College, Chilaw

3rd Place – Padmawathi Central College, Dekatana

  • Girls’ finals - Uhana Thissapura College, Ampara vs. Siyambalagaswewa Medagama College, Anuradhapura

3rd Place – Reggie Ranathunga College, Minuwangida, Gampaha

Under 13

  • Boys’ finals – Royal College, Ruwanwella vs Sri Sena Maha Vidyalaya, Imbulana

3rd Place - Janadhipathi Vidyalaya, Naththandiya

  • Girls’ finals - Uhana Thissapura College, Ampara vs. Rajakeeya Vidyaloka National College, Trincomalee

3rd Place – Sri Rathanapala Maha Vidyalaya, Mahauswewa

Under 15

  • Boys’ finals – St. Xavier’s College, Marawila vs. St. Joseph Vaz College, Vennappuwa

3rd place – Rajasinghe Central College, Ruwanwella

  • Girls’ finals – Sanghamitta Balika Maha Vidyalaya, Kirindiwela vs. Uhana Thissapura College, Ampara

3rd place – Bopitiya Maha Vidyalaya

Under 17

  • Boys’ finals - Rajasinghe Central College, Ruwanwella vs. St. Xavier’s College, Marawila

3rd place – Davisamara Maha Vidyalaya, Seeduwa

  • Girls’ finals – Anamaduwa Madhya Maha Vidyalaya, Anamaduwa vs. Vijayaba National College, Hungama

3rd place – Uhana Thissapura College, Ampara

Under 19

  • Boys’ finals – Dhammissara National College, Naththandiya vs. Rajasinghe Central College, Ruwanwella 

3rd place – St. Xavier’s College, Marawila

  • Girls’ finals - Anamaduwa Madhya Maha Vidyalaya vs. Sri Rathanapala Maha Vidyalaya, Mahauswewa 

3rd place – Galigamuwa Madhya Maha Vidyalaya, Galigamuwa


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