Rajasthan Royals 165/6, Mumbai Indians 169/6
Sunrisers Hyderabad 132/7, Rajasthan Royals 135/6
Chennai Super Kings 192/1, Mumbai Indians 144 all out
SLC Presidents Trophy
Rest of Sri lanka 205 all out, Sri Lanka Cricket Combined XI 129 all out
Kolkata Knight Riders 130/7, Sunrisers Hyderabad 132/5
Pune Warriors 172/5, Delhi Daredevils 134/9
Having watched the entire saga unfold and having observed the many comments that have since spread, I find it appalling that we Royalists, or self professed “gentleman”, have stooped down to the level of bringing in “class” and the ” tri-shaw” driver argument into this issue revolving around a match played by school boys.
Royal College has released video footage from the controversial game against Isipathana College played last week at the Royal College Sports Complex, to support their claims of alleged foul play by the Pathanians.
World famous South African and IRB (International Rugby Board) referee Jonathan Kaplan will arrive in the island later this month to conduct a referee educator workshop in Kandy and Colombo. However, the timing of Kaplan’s arrival has raised a doubt amongst the rugby fraternity as to whether he is coming to officiate at the Bradby Shield first leg encounter, a move which could essentially deprive a local referee of the opportunity.
Dharmaraja College, Kandy made certain that they are the strongest contenders for the schools rugby plum the ‘League Title’ when they scored a good 48 points (6 goals and 2 penalties) to 26 (3 goals, 1 try) win over St. Anthony’s College