Nov 27, 4 years ago

Jordon Cup starts on Dec 30

Jordon Cup starts on Dec 30

The Rotaract Club of the Excellence College of Management has initiated a phenomenal fellowship initiative to capture the cream of Sri Lankan youth and put them to the test; Not just physical. The Excellence 360 Challenge attempts to challenge the leadership and team skills of the participants to identify who is capable of leading this nation. The primary event, The Jordon Cup 2014 Basketball Encounter, was launched on Sunday, 23rd of November, at the Royal College Union Skills Centre premises.

The Jordon Cup is a subsidiary event of the Excellence Premier League, where 12 teams of the most prestigious educational institutions are scheduled to face off against each other in a basketball encounter, tournament style, to earn the right to host the Jordon Cup for the first time ever. The event is scheduled to take place on the 30 December at the HSC Blues Basketball Court premises.

The Excellence 360 Challenge shall consist of 4 challenges; The Excellence Premier League, the Board Room Challenge, Excellence Got Talent and The Academic Excellence.

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