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NSBM Under-21 Rugby Isipathana stamp their class


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By Shamseer Jaleel

Isipathana College outclassed Vidyartha College 47-7 to bag the initial Cup Championship of the NSBM Under-21 Sevens 2018 which was worked off at the Racecourse Rugby Grounds recently. St. Joseph’s College won the Plate encounter beating Trinity College 36-0 while Sri Sumangala edged out Mahanama College 26-24 and in the Shield final Ananda outclassed St. Aloysius’ College Galle 40-5.

Shield Final: Ananda College beat St. Aloysius’ College 40-5

Bowl finalz: Sri Sumangala College beat Mahanama College 26-24

Plate final: St. Joseph’s College beat Trinity College 36-0

Cup Final- Isipathana College beat Vidyartha College 47-7


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