ThePapare.com sat down in conversation with Sri Lanka’s long-serving IRB certified referee Dilroy Fernando as he hangs up his whistle after 22 years. He announced his retirement from refereeing with his final game having been on the 22nd of May 2013
In its series ‘know your tuskers’ ThePapare.com caught up with Dinusha Chathuranga, a Former Sri Lanka under 19 skipper (2008), National development squad captain (2011), Center and Wing, CR&FC and Navy SC
ThePapare.com in conversation with Mr Hassen Sinhawansa, Manager of the Upcountry Lions Club on their recent victory at the at the inter-club 7s where the Lions being a new team inducted into the A league just last year, stormed into victory beating all elite clubs in the country.
In its series ‘know your tuskers’ ThePapare.com caught up with a Rugby player, a coach for Wesley, a working personality for Dialog and most of all a Tusker Henry Terrance for a closer look into his rugby life.
In its series ‘know your tuskers’ ThePapare.com caught up with Navy player and Tusker Chula Susantha at the Race Course grounds for a closer look into his rugby life.
ThePapare.com met up with the Kothmale Chox Twenty 20 champions, St. Sebastian’s College. Situated in the heart of Moratuwa, St. Sebastian’s College boasts of a robust sporting culture with some national players being produced by the school.
The National Rugby player, Rizah Mubarak met with ThePapare team for a candid one-on-one into his life with Rugby.
Amid much fanfare, the 150th edition of Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack was published last week. The annual, a mix of statistics and features that not even two world wars could keep from the presses, is ubiquitously referred to as the bible of cricket.
The 70’s and 80’s were somewhat considered golden years for Sri Lankan rugby, where invitations for international tournaments flew in from far and wide. The bowl trophy at the prestigious Hong Kong Sevens was probably the centrepiece of the trophy cabinet, bagged by the class of 1984, which featured the likes of Chandrishan Perera, Saman Jayasinghe and Hisham Abdeen.