Thurstan College commenced their 2014/15 cricket season under all-rounder Thimira Jayasinghe with a thumping innings and 104-run victory over Carey College in their under 19 division 1 match played at Thurstan College Grounds. 

Lumbini College registered their 3rd straight win in the under 19 division 1 season 2014/15 when they crushed De Mazenod College by 7 wickets in their match played at BRC grounds.

රාජකීය විද්‍යාලීය  තුන් ඉරියව්  ක්‍ රිකට්  ක්‍ රීඩ ක චාමික  කරුණාරත්න, සැප්තැම්බ්ර්‍ මස 25 වන  දිනට  යෙදි  ඇති  ඔස්ට්‍ රේලියනු  සංචාරයේදී 19 න්  පහළ  ශ්‍ රී ලාංකීය  ක්‍ රිකට්  කණ්ඩායමෙහි  නායකත්වයට  තේරී  පත්ව  ඇත.

Royal College all-rounder Chamika Karunarathne has been appointed as the Sri Lanka under 19 captain for the Australia tour of Sri Lanka which commences on 25th of September. 

Left-handed Arjuna Jayasinghe smashed a brilliant century as last year’s league runner-up Trinity College, Kandy got off to a winning start in the new 2014/15 schools cricket season when they beat President’s College, Kotte by an innings and 73 runs in their under 19 division 1 match played at Asgiriya Stadium over the weekend.

Left-arm spinner Chameera Dissanayake took four wickets including a hat trick (4th, 5th, 6th wickets) to lead Isipatana College to an innings and 62 runs victory over Vidyartha College, Kandy in their Under-19 match played at Colts Ground yesterday.

Former D. S. Senanayke College cricketer and coach Sampath Perera will be the Head Coach of Trinity College for the upcoming inter school cricket season.

The Prima Champion’s cup under 15 Inter District/ Provincial Cricket tournament will be held for the 8th consecutive year commencing on the 3rd of September 2014. A press conference was held today at the Sri Lanka Cricket headquarters to brief the media on the event to take place.

Stunning fielding and exceptional bowling helped Richmond College, Galle to defend 170 and win the under 17 division 1 championship beating Trinity College, Kandy by 16 runs in a thrilling final worked out at R.Premadasa Stadium on Sunday. 

Junior cricketers from Ananda College brought honour and glory to their alma mater when they defeated the fancied St. Sebastian’s College by 5 wickets in the SLSCA under 15 division 1 final worked out at R. Premadasa Stadium on Saturday.