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CR get a thumping beating from CH

It was CH & FC who were going all out from the kick-off whistle dominating almost 60% of possession in the first quarter. Unfortunately, they failed to convert possession to points. CR’s lacklustre defence in the first few minutes didn’t reflect on CH & FC’s scorecard early in the first few minutes but later crumbled

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‘Marco’ fondly remembered by his mates

The early hours of December 30th surfaced with horrifying news that shocked the entire rugby fraternity of the country. It was the tragic death of the beloved Kokila Sammandaperuma aka ‘Marco’. An unexpected turn of events resulted in the demise of a cheerful, friendly and a humble individual of the sport. The CR & FC

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Cops snatch win in a scrappy game

A last-minute try by Primesh Dhanushka snatched victory for Police SC against CR&FC by 21 points 18 in the Dialog Rugby League match at Longdon place. It has been a tough two weeks for the reds as they are still mourning for the loss of their teammate Kokila Sammandaperuma, fondly known as Marco. Before the

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Missed kicks and bad decisions result in leagues’ first draw

CR & FC took on Army SC at Ratmalana in the final week of the first round of the Dialog Rugby League 2018/19. It was a see-saw battle from the start as the Soldiers led 14 – 12 at half-time. However, after a late surge in the dying minutes, CR managed to escape from the

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CR hang on for bruising victory

CR & FC were pushed to the brink, however, the hosts managed to hang on by the skin of their teeth, getting back to winning ways defeating a fighting Air Force outfit 36-27 at Longdon Place, to kick off week 6 of the Dialog Rugby League 2018/19. The home side made 7 changes — Captain

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Havelock forwards drive CR out of the park

Niroshan Fernando and his men in pink outplayed the CR lads at Longdon Place earlier today, much to the credit of the Havelock forwards. The scores read 21 points to 5 at halftime in favour of the visitors who managed to end the game 31 – 22 securing a bonus point victory remaining unbeaten going

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CR & FC’s first loss of the first round

CR & FC played good rugby and after the first 20 minutes, it looked like they would cause an upset as they racked up the points. But the hosts came roaring back in the second half and blew CR & FC away, with some outstanding performances. There was some spectacular attacking from both teams and

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CR & FC managed to clinch their third consecutive victory

CR & FC managed to clinch their third consecutive victory as they outplayed Police SC in their own den earlier this evening. CR secured the bonus point in the first half scoring four tries and converting 3, whilst Police only managed to score 2 converted tries and a penalty trailing 17 – 26 at halftime.

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Ratwatte’s boot defies Navy’s victory

CR & FC secured their second consecutive victory in the Dialog Rugby League, defeating the Sailors at Welisara earlier this evening. The scores read 15 points to 19 at halftime in favour of the Reds. Despite scoring 3 tries in reply to the visitors 1 try, Navy lost 22 – 28 with much credit to

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Ratwatte penalty helps CR scrape home in opener

Tarinda Ratwatte knocked over a late penalty to help CR claw back, winning their season – Dialog Rugby League – opener 24-23 – played at Longdon Place – against Maitland Crescent rivals CH & FC. Pulling the strings at 10, Samuel Maduwantha punished CR & FC after they started their first game of the new

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