Dec 9, 3 years ago

Lakshan to lead the Sri Lanka National Roll Ball team

Lakshan to lead the Sri Lanka National Roll Ball team

The Sri Lanka National Roll Ball team will leave for Pune, India on 14 December to participate in the 3rd 3rd Roll Ball World Cup 2015 to be held from 14-20 December. Lakshan Udayanga will lead the Sri Lanka National Roll Ball team while Lasantha Pramuditha will be his deputy. Victor Swamipillay will be the coach of the team.

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International Roll Ball Federation World Cup 2015 will be played on 14th to 20th Dec, 2015 at Balewadi, Pune. Roll Ball is a game invented in Pune, India by a Sports Teacher – Raju Dabhade. He invented the game back in 2001 and now is played in more than 35 countries. The game is a combination of roller skates, handball and throwball played on a basketball court.

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Roll Ball World Cup Logo Launching Ceremony of 3rd Roll Ball World Cup 2015 at the hands of Hon. Minister Youth Affairs and Sports Govt. of India Mr. Sarbananda Sonowal

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