Aug 31, 3 years ago

YMBA to host ‘Carom Tournament’ in September

YMBA to host ‘Carom Tournament’ in September

Carrom players from around the country will take part in the YMBA Prize Money Carrom Tournament to be held at the Y.M.B.A. Nugegoda from September 26.

There will be a separate individual championship for rankers and novices for men and women under the categories of open and school children.

Y.M.B.A. Nugegoda is organized this tournament with collaboration of Carom Federation of Sri Lanka.

Tournament Details

Prize Money Carrom Tournament – 2015

Entry Form Description

1. Events – Men’s single – 1. Rankers 2. Novices
Women’s single – 1. Rankers 2. Novices

2. Entry fee- Rs. 500/=per event per player
For school children Rs. 300/= per event per player. For this category, the entry form should be signed by the Principal of the particular school

3. Entries close on- 23 September 2015
4. Draw on – 24 September 2015 at Y.M.B.A. Nugegoda
5. Date of commencement – 26 September 2015
6. Venue – Y.M.B.A. Nugegoda
a. Late entries /entries without entry fee will not be entertained under any circumstances
b. All cheques should be drawn in favour of ‘Y.M.B.A. Nugegoda’
c. Tournament will be conducted in accordance to the ‘Rules & Regulation of CFSL’

All entries should be sent to –

Mr. D.M.D. Somapala
Nawala Road,Nugegoda.
0714497723

Mr. K. Jayasinghe
Y.M.B.A. 071-8328801

Mrs. Kamala Abeyweera
Carrom Federation of Sri Lanka
Maharagama
0716589143

Entry forms can download now from
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6Sg9hsnrGAmeTZocTJrZ3NFUkU/view?usp=sharing” title=”YMBA-Prize Money Carrom Tournament

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