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2011
Observer-Mobitel carrying on good work of former administrators
Sunday Observer: 26.06.2011

Observer-Mobitel Selections: After a lot of deliberation, a panel of twelve officials connected to the school cricket fraternity, selected the award winners at the Sunday Observer/Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of The Year 2011 final selection.

2011
Kumar, former winner now in Elite Umpires Panel
Sunday Observer: 19.06.2011

Observer/Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer: Kumara Dharmasena, the 1989 Observer Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year has been a prominent figure in the contest during his school going days at Nalanda College. He, not only became the 1989 Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year, he was also the runner-up for the main award the previous year (1988) that was not all.

2011
Jayasuriya to call it a day
Sunday Observer: 12.06.2011

The yester year (1988) Sunday Observer Outstation Schoolboy Cricketer Sanath Jayasuriya who hails from St. Servatius’ College, Matara, will bid adieu to rigours of International Cricket with just 2 days away from celebrating his 42nd birthday while in action in England.

Observer - Mobitel Outstation Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year
2011
Keshan Gamage - a gifted cricketer
Sunday Observer: 05.06.2011

OBSERVER - MOBITEL: The encouragement given by the parents and the school was the key to success of the Observer-Mobitel Most Popular Outstation Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year 2011 Keshan Gamage.

Observer Schoolboy cricketer of the year:
2011
Bhanuka going great for Sri Lanka U-19
Sunday Observer: 16.01.2011

Last year’s Observer-Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year and former Royal captain Bhanuka Rajapaksa once again lived out to expectations by making a marathon knock of 149 runs for Sri Lanka Under-19 in the first youth Test against the touring England Under-19 team now in progress at Galle International Stadium.

For the 33rd year in succession
2011
School Cricket's Mega Show again
Sunday Observer: 02.01.2011

Sri Lanka’s first-ever schools cricket awards ceremony which has been recognising young talent for over three decades is on once again. The 33rd Observer-Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year contest will be launched once again with the dawn of the New Year.

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