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CH continue winning streak in round two

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  • CH & FC 29 points, Air Force 22 points

By Shamseer Jaleel

CH &FC continued their winning streak in round 2 of the Inter Club league when they beat Sri Lanka Air Force by 29 points (5 tries, 2 conversions) to 22 points ( 4tries, 1 conversion) at Ratmalana yesterday.

At the short breather Air Force led 17/14.

Today there will be three games down for decision all played in Colombo. Kandy SC will be in action after the shock defeat to Army up in the hills they will be under pressure to perform well when they confront Police SC at Police Park. Kandy should be home with a win here.

Havies will host the CR& FC outfit at Havelock Park. CR & FC will be coached by former Zahirian, Mohamed Mustaq. Havies hold the edge and out to continue their number 2 in the league.

Navy will host the Army at Welisara. This could be a close contest after the soldiers produced a giant killer at Nittawela last weekend.

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