The eight-member Sri Lanka Males’s and Ladies’s Junior Squash Groups left for India yesterday to take part within the twenty first Asian Junior Squash Workforce Championship, which begins in Chennai immediately.
The Sri Lanka Junior Males’s Workforce should battle it out with Pakistan, Hong Kong, South Korea and Kuwait within the preliminary spherical stage whereas the Sri Lanka Ladies’s Workforce will face Hong Kong, India and Singapore within the league stage.
The Sri Lanka Males’s Workforce completed sixth and the Sri Lanka Ladies’s Workforce positioned fifth on the earlier event held in South Korea final yr. This time, the Sri Lanka Junior Males’s Workforce will probably be represented by Nevindu Lakman, Thinuara Randina, Seniya Jayathilaka and Sehath Perera whereas Chanithma Sinaly, Anargi Perera, Ranliya Wooden and Adithi Gunasekara will signify the Sri Lanka Junior Ladies’s Workforce.
Actually, Ladies’s nationwide champion Sinaly from Sirimavo Balika Vidyalaya and the skilled Anargi Perera from Visakha Vidyalaya are the important thing gamers within the Women’ Workforce. Present junior nationwide champion Lakman from D. S. Senanayake Faculty, Colombo who did effectively to qualify for the semi-finals of the Singapore Junior Open and HCL Indian Junior Open, will little doubt be the important thing participant.
Thinura Randina from Nalanda Faculty, Seniya Jayathilaka and Sehath Perera from Royal Faculty are the opposite members of the Males’s Workforce, who can flip issues round.
Nationwide Coaches Gihan Suwaris, and Naduni Gunawardena will oversee the groups from the teaching division. Each Suwaris and Gunawardena are former primary ranked gamers and World Squash Federation Degree-3 certified coaches.
The Sri Lanka Junior Males’s Squash Workforce: Neindu Lakman (D. S. Senanayake Faculty), Thinura Randina (Nalanda Faculty), Seniya Jayathilaka (Royal Faculty) and Sehath Perera (Royal Faculty).
The Sri Lankan Junior Ladies’s Squash Workforce: Chanithma Sinaly (Sirimavo Balika Vidyalaya), Anargi Perera (Visakha Vidyalaya), Ranilya Wooden (Lindsay Balika Vidyalaya) and Adithi Gunesekara (Girls’ Faculty).