Isipathana Vs St . Thomas

S. Thomas’ College, Mount Lavinia who had a great last year are in a battle to save their season as they have been beaten thrice so far in the inter-school league rugby tournament. So, the Thomians will be desperate to salvage something out of the ongoing season when they take on Isipathana College at Havelock Park today.


Isipathana Demolish Zahira

Isipathana College ran circles around hapless Zahira College Maradana where they eventually demolished them by 48 points (8 tries, 4 conversions) to 10 (2 tries) in their Singer ‘A’ Division inter-schools league rugby second round opening match played at Havelock Park yesterday.The winners led 26-5 at half time.


Pathana Dump Kingswood

  Isipathana College dished out a superb brand of running rugby to beat Kingswood College Kandy in their Singer inter school 'A' Division league rugby tournament match by 53 points (9 tries, 4 conversions) to 5 (1 try) at Royal Sports Complex, Reid Avenue yesterday. The winners led 36-nil at half time.


Nimble Footed Pathana Jump Hurdle And Run To Safety

Forget the final scoreline. This was a game that showcased most the skills in rugby. At the end, Isipathana looked runaway winners. But, if the truth is told, there were moments in the second half when the possibility of a defeat was not too far away. The park lads relived the tension by scoring that decisive try to take a handy lead. Thereafter it was the icing on the cake for the winners.
The first half was more even. It may have been nerves, but on occasions, the passes to the unmarked Pathana winger went into touch. The visitors were showing a lot of thrust and power, but the Antonian defence was solid.


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