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MCOBA Autumn Family Night

 

Date: 27th April 2018, 7.30pm onwards

Venue: "WALAWWA" - The Bungalow, Sandown Regency 477 Princess Hwy Nobel Park Vic 3174

Dinner: Buffet & BYO Spirits/Wine (+corkage fee)

Music: Live Band "HURRICANE"

Cost: $25.00 per head

 

For reservations/details contact 

Lasantha Perera : 0404 390 389

Manoj Fernando : 0412 707 575

Your attendance is much appreciated.......

 

Many thanks,

MCOBA  Australia Committee 

GOLDEN VIBES 2017 - Annual Dinner Dance

GOLDEN VIBES 2017 Poster web

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Family Get together

This is to inform you that facilitation ceremony and get together have been organised by MCOBA Australia to appreciate pronounced services rendered by two teachers Ms Pamela Wejerathne and Ms Swarna Jayaweera to Mahanama College.

Venue : Oakleigh Hall

Date : 2nd December 2016

Time : 7.00PM onwards.

Dinner : Unlimited Hoppers

Music : Kumar & Stephaney/ DJ

Donations: $20.00 (Adults) & Kids $10.00

As old Mahanamian your utmost participation for the above event will be highly appreciated.

For further information please contact

1. Champaka Somarathne : 0466 305 295

2. Patrick Somasiri : 0425 818 655

3. Lasantha Perera : 0404 390 389

Confirm your participation on event page.

 

General Meeting - SUNDAY 1st May 2016

A General Meeting will be held on SUNDAY 1st May from 4:00PM at 240B Huntingdale Road, Huntingdale.

For more information and to confirm your participation please visit event page.

 

Mahanama College beat D.S.Senanayake College by 28 runs in the One-Day version of the Battle of the Golds 2016 at the R. Premadasa Cricket Stadium in Colombo

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Mahanama College came out to bat, clearly with a good plan to try and control the strong D.S. bowling attack, as they could not afford to repeat their performance at the test match just a week ago, losing early wickets that made them vulnerable and unable to post a big total. They played a text-book innings, maintaining a healthy run rate of just over a run-a-ball throughout their inning.

Opener Sahan Peiris played a sensible knock, scoring 59 off 101 balls with 5 boundaries. He was not looking to go big all the time, pushing the ball around for singles and couples, putting pressure on the bowlers to do something different, then lashing on to the bad bowls that followed. A couple of cameos at the middle from Yasiru Peiris, Malindu Maduranga and Heshan Hettiarachchi ensured that Mahanama got to a defendable total of 213 for the loss of 8 wickets at the end of their quota of 50 overs.

D.S. may have been confident at that point, since they showed impressive skills with the bat at the Oval, the captain and his second in command, leading from the front. The vice captain Thimila Vidyasekara however, could not repeat his innings at the P. Sara Oval. The Sri Lankan U-19 opener and captain Kaveen Bandara was the lone ranger of the innings, scoring almost half the team total. The other batsmen kept failing around him as he scored a true captain’s knock of 92 off 101 balls before being stumped, trying to advance down the pitch to a delivery from Harshana Vithanage.

D.S. ended up losing all 10 wickets for 185 runs in just 46.1 overs, losing the Battle of the Golds One-Day encounter to Mahanama College, Colombo.

Score Summary

Mahanama College 213/8 (50 overs) - S Peiris 59 (5x4s), Y Peiris 34 (4x4s), K Bandara 3/33 (6 overs), M Lakshan 2/39 (10 overs)

D.S.Senanayake College 185/10 (46.1 overs) 198 all out in 41.3 overs (Mohamed Reeza 17, Aman Ahamed 16, Ashan Hettiarachchi 62, H. Nissanka 29, Rashmika Waduge 17, S. Fernando 2 for 21, Nipul Withanage 2 for 21).

Mahanama Won Battle of the Golds 2016

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