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68th National Table Tennis Championships 2014

68th National Table Tennis Championships  2014

Rohan Sirisena of Stag TT Academy and Ishara Madurangi of Sri Lanka Air Force emerged titles

Most Outstanding Players of Men’s and Women’s categories in 68th National Table Tennis Championships 2014 organized by Table Tennis Association of Sri Lanka was held at Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium recently (Sunday).

Rohan Sirisena of Stag TT Academy won Men’s Singles runner-up, Men’s Doubles champion & Mixed Doubles champion in this tournament.

Ishara Madurangi of Sri Lanka Air Force emerged Women’s Singles runner-up, Women’s Doubles semi Finalist and Mixed Doubles champion in this tournament.

Erandi Warusawithana of Dharmasoka College Ambalangoda beat Ishara Madurangi of Sri Lanka Air Force (09/11,11/13,11/08,09/11,01/11) in Open Women’s Singles final.

Udaya Ranasinghe of Vidyartha College, Kandy beat Rohan Sirisena of Stag TT Academy (11/05,11/04,11/02,07/11,11/04) in Open Men’s Singles final.

Final Results

Under 21 Girl’s Singles: Nuwani Vithanage of Dharmasoka College Ambalangoda beat Erandi Warusawithana of Dharmasoka College, Ambalangoda (14/12,11/09,11/06)

Under 21 Boy’s Singles: Prasad De Silva of Vidyartha College Kandy beat Chameera Ginige of University of Sri Jayewardenepura (11/02,11/08,11/07)

Open Women’s Consolation Singles: Ruvini Kannangara of Musaeus College, Colombo beat Nathasha Sandavinee of Visakha Vidyalaya, Colombo 05 (12/14,11/07,11/05)

Open Men’s Consolation Singles: Dinesh Kavishka of Vidyartha College, Kandy beat Shehan Shanaka of Sri Devananda College, Ambalangoda (11/08,12/14,11/09)

Masters Men’s Singles: Indika Prasad of Sri Lanka Navy beat V.S. Balasubramaniam of Central Province Education Department (11/04,11/09,11/07)

Veterans Men’s Singles: Lalith Priyantha of Butterfly Sports Club beat Dr. G.N. Lucas of Veterans TT Association (07/11,11/05,11/06,11/08)

Open Mixed Doubles: Rohan Sirisena of Stag T.T. Academy & Ishara Madurangi of Sri Lanka Air Force beat Kulanaka Hendahewa of Royal College, Colombo 07 & Chamathsara Fernando of Visakha Vidyalaya, Colombo 05 (11/06,11/05,11/03)

Open Women’s Doubles: Chamathsara Fernando & Hansani Piumila of Visakha Vidyalaya, Colombo 05 beat Buddheepani Rajaguru of Maliyadeva BMV, Kurunegala & Ridmi Karadanaarachchi of Mahamaya Girls College, Kandy (12/10,09/11,12/10,05/11,11/08)

Open Men’s Doubles: Rohan Sirisena of Stag TT Academy & Milinda Lakshitha of Sri Lanka Air Force beat Udaya Ranasinghe of Vidyartha College, Kandy & B.N.B. Jayasinghe of MAS Intimates (11/04,11/07,07/11,06/11,11/09)

Open Women’s Singles: Erandi Warusawithana of Dharmasoka College Ambalangoda beat Ishara Madurangi of Sri Lanka Air Force (09/11,11/13,11/08,09/11,01/11)

Open Men’s Singles: Udaya Ranasinghe of Vidyartha College, Kandy beat Rohan Sirisena of Stag TT Academy (11/05,11/04,11/02,07/11,11/04)

Most Outstanding Players of Women’s : Ishara Madurangi of Sri Lanka Air Force

(Women’s Singles – Runner-up/Women’s Doubles – Semi Finalist & Mixed Doubles –Champion)

Most Outstanding Players of Men’s: Rohan Sirisena of Stag TT Academy

(Men’s Singles – Runner-up/ Men’s Doubles – Champion & Mixed Doubles –Champion)

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