With the primary objective of enhancing civil-military coordination, a Volleyball Tournament was conducted at Thullikudiyirippu St. Mary's Volleyball Playground on 08 October 2023 on the instructions of Major General G.W.A Seneviratne USP psc, General Officer Commanding, 54 Infantry Division.
The return of the Sri Lankan athletic team, inclusive of 8 Army athletes who showcased excellent performances in the just-concluded ‘19th Asian Games’ in Hangzhou, China arrived home on Monday (10 Oct) to a rousing welcome at Colombo Bandaranaike International Airport.
Sri Lanka Army Boxers triumphantly concluded the Layton Cup Boxing Tournament as top rankers winning 11 Gold, 06 Silver and 15 Bronze Medals, during the tournament held at Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium.
Sergeant Nadeesha Ramanayake of Sri Lanka Army Women’s Corps competing in the ‘Asian Games’ in China clinched a Bronze medal in the 4 x 400 m relay run (Women) on Wednesday (4 October) afternoon.
Making a new Sri Lankan record after absence of 17 years in the ‘Asian Games’ in Hangzhou, China, Sergeant Nadeesha Lekamge of 2 (v) Sri Lanka Army Women’s Corps (SLAWC) won the Silver Medal in Javelin Throw with record distance of 61.57 metres.
Corporal B.I Maduranga of the Sri Lanka Corps of Military Police competing in the ‘Thunder Strike Katukurunda - 2023’, the Sri Lanka Association of Racing Drivers and Riders (SLADAR)-organized Motor Cars and Riders tournament that got underway at Katukurunda on Sunday (24 Sep) won the first place in the Supermotard 250/450 cc open event.
Sri Lanka Army Women’s Corps ‘A’ team and the ‘B’ team of the Sri Lanka Army Women’s Corps fought the finals in the Inter Regiment Netball Team Championship 2023 held at Panagoda Army Indoor Stadium.
The Defence Services Karate Championship - 2023 got underway at Sri Lanka Air Force indoor stadium in Colombo during 18-19 September, competed by Tri-service karate players.
The three-day long Sri Lanka Army Volunteer Force (SLAVF) Athletic Meet - 2023 concluded on Thursday (21 Sept) at Mahinda Rajapaksa Stadium, Diyagama where more than 350 athletes vied in 24 athletic events creating new SLAVF records.
The Sri Lanka Army Volunteer Force (SLAVF) Athletic Meet - 2023, started on 19 September 2023 at Mahinda Rajapaksa Stadium in Diyagama with 342 sportsmen and 79 sportswomen in different volunteer battalions of the Army.