Thomians stun Trinity to win Canon RS de Saram Trophy

Published : 6:20 pm  April 20, 2013 | 6 comments | Print This Post  |  661 reads | 

St. Thomas' College Mount Lavinia stunned Trinity College, Kandy 29 points to 15 to win the Canon RS de Saram Trophy in their annual encounter played at the Havelock Park, today.

The Thomains, led by their prolific skipper Devin Jayasinghe, had a 13-10 advantage at half time, before pushing on to win the game. 

They scored their points through two converted tries and five penalties, while Trinity ran in three uncoverted tries. 

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6 Responses to “Thomians stun Trinity to win Canon RS de Saram Trophy”

  1. rugby fan
    on April 20th, 2013 10:38 pm

    Way to go THORA!!! Rugby Revival at STC

  2. DHA
    on April 21st, 2013 1:14 am

    Go Thora….!!!….Finally we see a team that can make the difference…..All the best for the future matches……

  3. Mohan Bandara
    on April 22nd, 2013 10:16 am

    Go Thora go ! Lets focus on Peters and Royal !

  4. Jehan
    on April 22nd, 2013 12:00 pm

    The brand of Rugby displayed was awesome ! The Thomian defense was amazing!
    The tackling was so lethal. As usual who really cares about this division jazz.
    Not forgetting our Trinity brothers – well played boys.

  5. Ken de Joodt
    on April 22nd, 2013 9:13 pm

    As a former Trinity Captain and “Lion”- I would like to first say “Congrats and WELL PLAYED” to a victorious THOMIAN team that played with their “Traditional Trademark” of “Thora Grit and Determination”!
    It is just my opinion, to also say … that in a TEAM Game like Rugby,it takes 15 players to produce the right result! Individual mistakes will always be made but a UNITED Team effort to cover-up for those mistakes will make the difference.
    While the Thomians took steps to limit their mistakes, the Trinitians on the contrary were ‘imitating’ the mistakes of their own players!!

  6. Sumeda Ratwatte
    on April 23rd, 2013 4:55 am

    It was worth getting up at 6AM in the USA and watching this game. The thomian tackling rattled the Trinitians. Also I agree with Mr De Joodt remaks. The Thomians played as a Team.

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