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Air Express companies to compete in cricket on Sunday


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The Sri Lanka Association of Air Express Companies (SLAAEC) will hold its annual six-a-side cricket tournament on Sunday, 8 October at the NCC grounds in Colombo.

The tournament will see 12 teams face off against each other for the ultimate prize of the Sri Lanka Air Express Companies Challenge Trophy.

The participating teams will be DHL, Fedex, UPS, Antron Express, DEX Express, OCS, TNT Express, SCS, DPEX, Aramex, ACX and Skynet.

The event will be graced by Minister of Telecommunications and Digital Infrastructure Harin Fernando. The tournament is a key event on the calendar of all members of Air Express companies in Sri Lanka, bringing professionals from various companies together in the spirit of fun and sportsmanship.

 


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