Army male boxers clinched 06 Gold and 03 Silver medals and 08 bronze medals in the Intermediate Boxing Tournament - 2023, held at the Colombo Royal College indoor stadium during 22-25 August 2023. Army female boxers in the meantime secured 04 Gold medals during the tournament.
The Army Physical Training School (APTS) at Panagoda on 18 August had its Passing out Parade (PoP) of the attendees in the Assistant Physical Training Instructor Course -129 and the Basic Swimming Course-166.
The Inter Battalion Cricket Tournament, organized by the 523 Infantry Brigade of the 52 Infantry Division under the Security Force HQ-Jaffna got underway at 7 Vijayabahu Infantry Regiment Cricket ground in Allarai, Jaffna on Tuesday (22 August).
The final matches of the Defence Services Basketball Tournament - 2023 got underway on 25 August at the Army Indoor Stadium, Panagoda...
The Sri Lanka Army cyclists won the 03rd, 04th, 05th, 06th, 15th and 17th slots in the Divulapitiya, Maradagahamula 'Iron Riders' Sports Club-organized racing bicycle competition (men's category) while Army women...
The final matches and the certificate-awarding ceremony of the Sri Lanka Corps of Military Police (SLCMP) ‘Inter Unit Swimming Championship - 2023’ got underway at...
The Inter Unit Cricket Tournament of the Sri Lanka Signal Corps (SLSC)-2023 organized by the 4 Sri Lanka Signal Corps got underway at 4 Sri Lanka Signal Corps Cricket Ground in Anuradhapura under the guidance of the Chief Signal Officer of Sri Lanka Army and the Colonel Commandant of Sri Lanka Signal Corps Major General K.A.W.S Ratnayake ndu.
The Sri Lanka Army Handball (Men’s) team, beating Sri Lanka Navy Handball team carried away the championship trophy in the Sri Lanka National Handball Championship - 2023, held at Puttalam Public ground during 11 - 14 August.
The Army Inter Regiment Squash Championship concluded on Wednesday (09) at the Home of Sappers, Mattegoda Squash Court. During the course of ten intense days, players from 13 different regiments showcased their unparalleled skills and determination while vying for supremacy in 11 competitive events.
A gathering of 64 sportsmen and sportswomen of the Sri Lanka Army Medical Corps (SLAMC) Regimental Centre at Werahera on Wednesday (09 Aug) were the listeners to a lecture on 'Regimental Sports Psychology' organized as per guidelines given by Brigadier P.A.M Peiris RSP USP psc, Director Sports. It was part of a series of lectures, being organized by this Directorate.