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Dialog Clifford Cup rugby tourney kicks off today


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Sri Lanka’s blue ribbon rugby tourney, the Dialog Clifford Cup knockout tournament 2018, will kick off this Friday with club heavyweights Navy taking on Police today at 4.15 p.m. at the Racecourse Grounds. 

Last year’s winners Kandy will be the firm favourites after securing the Dialog Rugby League 2017/18 last week.

The contending teams for the Dialog Rugby Clifford Cup 2018 season along with their respective captains: Police SC Captain Rasith Jayanga Silva, CH&FC Captain Rohitha Rajapaksa, CR&FC Captain Kavindu Perera, Havelock SC Captain Jason Shehan Melder, Kandy Captain Gayan Weerarathne, Navy Captain Dulanjana Wijesinghe, Air Force Captain Pushpakumara Smarahewa and Army Captain Thusith Bandara Senanayake.

 


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