Oct 19, 4 years ago

Prima Treats partners LC rowing for 3rd successive year

Prima Treats partners LC rowing for 3rd successive year

Prima Treats proudly partnered Ladies’ College rowing team at the prestigious annual regatta with Musaeus College. The event concluded last Saturday at the Colombo Rowing club. The trophy was successfully defended by the Ladies’ College team, who outshone their opponents in a thrilling match up. The much anticipated event was graced by current and past students from both schools, as well as parents, teachers, and sports enthusiasts who cheered and motivated both teams at the proceedings.

Prima Treats not only catered to the hype and colour of the event, but also helped delight the taste buds of the participating students with its mouthwatering sausage range. While congratulating the victorious Ladies’ team, Prima Treats further wishes success to both teams in upcoming encounters and looks forward to extending its support in the rowing arena.

Ladies’ College is coached by Sharon Kannangara while Mark Maurice was in charge of Musaeus College.

Ladies’ College crew: Anoushka Tissera (captain), Anika Ahamed (vice-captain), Thiranya Fernando, Isabella Sansoni, Nashali Goonetilleke, Tarea Karunaratne, Tehani Walpola, Yellani Rasaputhra, Ashmitha Gunaratne, Ishara Abbey, Chanika Goonetilleke, Davina Koch, Shannon Perera, Nihara Waravita, Dihanie Amerasinghe, Thiranya Abeyratne.

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