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Siddhalepa sponsors RCGC’s monthly medal tournament and cocktails

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The Siddhalepa Group sponsored the September round of the RCGC’s monthly medal tournament, stepping into a new dimension of sports sponsorship. 

The Group sponsored all 15 trophies and medals awarded by their Chairman, Deshabandu, Dr. Victor Hettigoda and MD Asoka Hettigoda. Winners also received vouchers for an all expense paid stay at the Group’s Ayurveda Resort in Wadduwa and all participants of the tournament received discount vouchers on Spa gifts packs.

The new partnership between two of the oldest establishments in Sri Lanka, is a unique way of promoting good health.

Siddhalepa Group with a 200 year heritage in ayurveda was established as the Siddhalepa Company 83 years ago, by Dr. Don Hendrick de Silva Hettigoda, Dr. Hettogoda’s father.

The Royal Colombo Golf Course is 137 years old and is the second oldest golf club outside of the United Kingdom. This rich heritage has created a new niche for golf in the city of Colombo where ayurveda medicine and a healthy lifestyle is fast becoming a way of life.


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