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2014
Observer - Mobitel Contest shows the path for schoolboys to tread on- Marvan Atapattu
Sunday Observer: 15.06.2014

After an illustrious school cricket career at Ananda College , former Sri Lanka skipper Marvan Atapattu, the once batting coach and now the Head Coach for the Sri Lanka national cricket team, was the Schoolboy Cricketer Of the Year 1990. Rated by most of the International and Local cricket community as one of the most technically equipped batsman in the Test arena.

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Heavy voting for Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketers
Sunday Observer: 01.06.2014

Heavy voting took place during the penultimate week of the Observer-Mobitel Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year contest 2014.

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Observer-Mobitel Contest has given encouragement to young cricketers
Sunday Observer: 01.06.2014

 

The Sunday Observer/Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer Of The Year Contest is one of the most looked forward to competitions by any schoolboy. The competition gives a lot of pleasure and encouragement for the schoolboy cricketer who looks forward to pursue his cricketing career and gives the player a lot of confidence.

Sunday Observer/Mobitel Schoolboy Crickter of the year contest :
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Big boost for schoolboys - Jayantha Seneviratne
Sunday Observer: 25.05.2014

Former Sri Lanka cricketer Jayantha Seneviratne who turned out to be Nalanda College cricket coach for nearly two decades, believed that the Sunday Observer/Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of the year contest is no doubt a big boost and a stepping stone for future cricketers.

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Observer-Mobitel Contest shows the path to success in cricket - Vaas
Sunday Observer: 11.05.2014

The Sunday Observer/Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year Contest is a show of a life time for young aspiring cricketers who are hoping to pursue with the game and to represent the country.

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School cricketers vie for top honours in Observer-Mobitel Contest
Sunday Observer: 02.02.2014

School Cricket Divisions I,II & III approved by the Ministry of Education for Sri Lanka Schools Cricket Association is renamed Platinum for Division I, Gold for Division II and Silver for Division III. All schools falling under the respective divisions are informed to take note of this renaming.

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36th Observer-Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer voting from today
Sunday Observer: 26.01.2014

OBSERVER-MOBITEL AWARDS: The 36th Sunday Observer Schoolboy Cricketer Contest and the seventh sponsored by Mobitel was launched last Friday with the Sri Lanka Telecom/Mobitel Senior Deputy General Manager Nalin Perera handing over the sponsorship package to the Chairman of The Associated Newspapers Ceylon Ltd., Bandula Padmakumara flanked by Director Editorial Seelaratne Senerath and Director Legal Rasanga Harischandra.

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Voting for Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer begins
Sunday Observer: 26.01.2014

Voting for the Observer-Mobitel Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year 2014 begins today under three categories – Platinum, Gold and Silver for the Under-19 Division 1, 11 and 111 schools. The 36th Observer-Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year contest is organised by Sri Lanka’s flagship English newspaper with the largest circulation – the Sunday Observer.

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OBSERVER-MOBITEL School Cricket contest on again
Sunday Observer: 19.01.2014

 OBSERVER-MOBITEL CONTEST...... The ever popular Sunday Observer/Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of The Year 2014 contest is back again. The voting for the 36th Sunday Observer/Mobitel Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer of The Year 2014 competition will begin from next Sunday (26 January) with coupons appearing in the Sunday Observer, Daily News, Dinamina and Thinakaran as last year in three segments namely Platinum,Gold and Silver. School cricket is conducted in three divisions,namely division 1,2 and 3. In division one there are 36 schools, in division two there are 33 schools and in division 3 the highest number of schools (151) covering almost all parts of the country.

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Take cricket seriously and benefits will accrue - Sanath Jayasuriya
Sunday Observer: 13.10.2013

Sanath Jayasuriya – Chairman of selection committee of the Sri Lanka Cricket Board and the newly appointed Deputy Minister of Postal Services, had a ministerial look about him when in the national language he advised the youngsters present at the awards ceremony of the Sunday Observer – Mobitel Cricket Awards to take the game of cricket seriously as it will bring rich rewards.

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