Lasith Malinga at the opening ceremony of the Festival of Cricket 2008, UK.

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This event is organised by the Sri Lankan Old Boys Associations' Festival of Cricket. The association is made up of representatives of prominent and leading schools in Sri Lanka resident in UK. Over 22 school OBAs will once again participate in the Festival. The Committee is elected annually and work entirely on a voluntary basis to make the event a great success.

The main attraction of the day is a knock out cricket competition between the participating school OBAs, culminating in a final match late afternoon. The cricket underpins a number of other activities held around the grounds to keep the captive audience/visitors entertained and occupied. These activities include music, children's fun fare, a Sri Lankan Bazaar, excellent quality international hot food stalls, beer tent and Trade Stalls(Air lines, Freight Companies, Insurance etc). In addition, a hospitality marquee is also run to cater exclusively to those entrepreneurs who can entertain clients or friends on the day, watching some exiting cricket and relaxing by sampling the culture and the cuisine of Sri Lanka.

All proceeds are divided amongst the participating schools to purchase educational materials, equipment or Scholarship Funds in Sri Lanka. We also make a substantial donation to the National Cancer Institute of Sri Lanka.

Thomas's picture
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That aunty with the red top...sigh... Sagging boobies not attractive aunty..haha! I bet she hasn't discovered the Wonder Bra yet...

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