Army favoured to win

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Published by : CT WEB 2018-01-20 09:03:34

Army Sports Club will go out favourites to beat Air Force Sports Club during their inter club rugby match which will be held at the Air Force grounds at Ratmalana today.

Army is not playing the best of rugby in the second round losing all their games. But they have some very dangerous players who are good at troubling opponents.

Flanker Radeesha Seneviratne is a great forward and his style has helped Air Force in the recent games. But he must score tries to help his team achieve big wins.

Gayantha Iddamalgoda the fly half is a very good and creative player who scored some good tries in the matches, Air Force will rely on him.

Full back Rumesh Ramdas is a speedy player and he can score many tries because he likes to take on defenders and run past them.

Charitha Seneviratne the centre is also an important player for them as their place kicker and he will try to add points from conversions and penalties. He is a good player who can lead Army onto much trouble.

Army is a better side than they look and they will look to take the advantage over Air Force going on poor form.

Army Sports Club will rely on their fly half Ashan Bandara to do the magic again and he will try to score like he did in the first round.

Gayan Salinda the full back will also be there and try to help his teammates with extra points. So far he has been the most important player with conversion and penalties.

Army will have a chance to win against Air Force whose form not been that good.

Teams: Army SC: S. Silva, Tharush Adikaram, Sudath Nanayakkara, A. Karunaratna, Suramya Herath, V. Kumar, U. Abeyratne, S. Ratnayaka, Mohamed Rizwi, Ashan Bandara, S. Hapugaskumbura, S. Dikkumbura, Imanka Ariyapala, Gayan Salinda, S. Susitha.

Air Force team: P. Charles, R. Medagedera, R. Parakrama, T. Chanuka, Nilantha Jayaweera, Radeesha Seneviratne, S. Madushanka, G. Silva, Gayantha Iddamalgoda, Aruna Perera, Padma Sanka, Charitha Seneviratne, Ishan Madushanka, J. Seelagama, R. Ramdas.

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