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TISSL Team to Compete at the 5th International School Cricket Premier League 2018

Friday, 30th of November 2018 Views - 1194

Seated from Left to Right: Mr. Sajith Liyanage (Team Manager), Mr. Hemal Abeysekere (Treasurer), Dr. Kumari Grero (Chairperson), Dr. Harsha Alles (Former Chairperson), Mrs. Malithi Jayatissa (General Secretary), Mr. Gladwyn Canagasabey (Team Chaperone), Mr. Quintuz De Zilva (Team Official) and Mr. Jude Fernando (Team Official)

Standing Center Row Left to Right: Kavindu Warnakulasuriya (Gateway College), Avesh Polonowita (Stafford International School), Salman Akbarali (The British School in Colombo), Kinura Dias (Leeds International School), Umash De Zoysa (Leeds International School), Kaveen Ruwanpura (Leeds International School)

Standing Back Row Left to Right: Akmal Hassan (Colombo International School), Raveen Nanaykkara (Colombo International School), Rahul Chigullapalli (The British School in Colombo), Krishna Shriram (Stafford International School), Kavinda Subasinghe (The British School in Colombo), Ranidu Samarasinghe (Gateway College), Sampras De Silva (Stafford International School), Pradyun  Saikia (The British School in Colombo)

The International Schools of Sri Lanka (TISSL) association initiates their maiden overseas student tour by way of the participation of the “TISSL Team” comprising of 14 students and 4 officials, at the 5th ISCPL 2018 scheduled to be held over 6th to 14th December 2018 in Lucknow, India. City Montessori School is organizing this tournament for the 5th consecutive time, since its inception in 2011 as the first ever global cricket event for schools around the world. With the success of organizing a combined TISSL team, comprising of the best cricketers from the 24 member schools, to participate at the annual Murali Cup tournaments held in Sri Lanka, the Executive Committee decided to organize this tour to encourage the talented cricketers to gain experience internationally. It is heartening to note the unity and strength of the team despite the students been from different schools.