They looked to be heading in the right direction with the recruitment of national players in the likes of Rizah Mubarak, Achala Perera, Terence Henry, Sharo Fernando, Chamara Dabare and Bilal Hassen but it did not pay off well for the cops.
The great wall of Police SC in defense and the standout player last season was the Centre Mushin Faleel as he stood firm in an otherwise ordinary Police side. Mushin was a wall in defence and the penetrator in attack as he soldiered ahead almost as a lone warrior for the Cops.
As results went south, the recruitment policy came crashing down on Police SC resulting in many big name players leaving for the upcoming (2016/17) season.
Having had an average school season last time around, Sandesh Jayawickrama would look to make a name for himself under his old coach Rajeev Perera. Sandesh would look to direct traffic as he hopes to make a smooth slot in at the all-important Fly Half position.
Taking his school into the A division for the 2017 school season, Wajid Fawmy from Zahira College will look to take his exceptional form into the club rugby arena. Having featured prominently in the Flanker position, Wajid would look to make his defensive ability help him book a place in the first XV team.