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2019
Kamil Mishara fourth Royal player to win title
Sunday Observer: 29.09.2019

Dynamic Kamil Mishara became only the fourth Royal College player to be crowed the Observer-Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year in the 41-year-old cherished history of Sri Lanka’s oldest school cricket awards competition

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Schoolboy Cricketer Awards: An occasion to cherish
Sunday Observer: 29.09.2019
S. Thomas’ College cricketers Dellon Peiris, Ryan Fernando, Thevin Eriyagama, Kishan Munasinghe, Dilmin Ratnayake, Ravindu de Silva, Maneesha Rupasinghe and Umayanga Suwaris whose side won the prize for the Best Team at the Sunday Observer Mobitel Cricketer awards ceremony (Pic by Chinthaka Kumarasinghe)

It was a night to remember and savor with one of the legend of Sri Lanka cricket Aravinda de Silva rewarding tomorrow’s star at the 41st edition of the Observer-Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year 2019 grand finale at the Grand Ballroom of Colombo Hilton last weekend

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Observer-Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year awards
Sunday Observer: 29.09.2019
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Future generation: Parents, teachers have a significant role– Aravinda
Sunday Observer: 22.09.2019
Aravinda De Silva addressing the award winners at the Sunday Observer-Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year awards show at the Hilton Hotel in Colombo on Friday night

Aravinda de Silva is a name synonymous with cricket around the world and when a legend like him speaks everyone has to sit back and listen because what he says is what he has learnt through his own experience. The most pertinent message De Silva made as chief guest at the 41st Observer/Mobitel School Cricketer of the Year awards ceremony at the Colombo Hilton on Friday was the important role parents, teachers and cricket coaches have to play in producing future leaders in cricket.

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Observer-Mobitel School Cricketer Awards 2019
Sunday Observer: 22.09.2019
Kamil Mishara with the Observer-Mobitel Cricketer of the Year Award
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Kamil, Umesha bag Observer - Mobitel Most Popular School Cricketer awards
Daily News: 21.09.2019

Kamil Mishara of Royal College Colombo was adjudged the Observer - Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer 2019 while Umesha Themeshani of Devapathiraja College Rathgama was named as the first Observer - Mobitel Schoolgirl Cricketer 2019 at the 41st Observer - Mobitel School Cricketer Awards ceremony held at the Hilton Colombo yesterday. The chief guest was legendary cricketer Aravinda de Silva. ANCL Chairman Krishantha Cooray, SLT-Mobitel Chairman Kumarasinghe Sirisena and Sunday Observer Editor Dharisha Bastians look on. Pictures by Chinthaka Kumarasinghe

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Observer-Mobitel School Cricketer of the Year show today
Daily News: 20.09.2019

The grand crowning of Sri Lanka’s school cricketers boys and girls awards night - the 41st Observer-Mobitel School Cricketer of the Year popularly known as the ‘Mother of All Shows’ will take place at the Hilton Colombo today. 

The Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Ltd has organized the 41st edition of the grand show with sponsorship of Mobitel.

The Observer - Mobitel School Cricketer Awards will be telecast on Saturday (21) on ITN from 10 pm onwards.

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Top school cricketers to be crowned today at glittering awards ceremony
Daily News: 20.09.2019

Good old traditions will continue for the betterment of the game as the 41st Observer-Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year gala awards ceremony takes place at the Grand Ballroom of the Colombo Hilton starting at 5.30 pm today.

The Mega Show which has rendered yeoman service to thousands of up and coming schoolboy cricketers across the country for over four decades is organized by Sri Lanka’s flagship English newspaper Sunday Observer and sponsored by the country’s national mobile service provider Sri Lanka Telecom Mobitel.

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41st Observer-Mobitel School Cricketer of the Year - Nominees
Daily News: 20.09.2019
There are as many as 96 nominations lining up for awards at the 41st Sunday Observer-Mobitel School Cricketer of the Year awards today.
 
The nominations cover best batsman, best bowler, best fielder, best wicket-keeper and best all-rounder in the Division One, Two and Three categories besides the top award for Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year. 
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CHIEF GUEST ARAVINDA DE SILVA: One of the greatest batsmen produced by Lanka
Daily News: 20.09.2019

Widely considered as one of the greatest batsmen ever produced by Sri Lanka Deshabandu Aravinda de Silva will be the chief guest at the 41st Observer/Mobitel School Cricketer of the Year awards night today.

De Silva, a former captain is renowned for helping Sri Lanka to win the 1996 Cricket World Cup and for bringing his country from underdog status to present day form. He has held various posts in Sri Lanka Cricket after his retirement in 2003.

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