AIA PREMIER LIMITED OVERS KICKS OFF

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  • AIA Premier Limited Overs tournaments kicks off on November 27th   2015.
  • The group matches will be played up to December 16th and the Semi Finals will be held on December 23rd and the Final will be on December 30th.  
  • AIA Insurance is the title sponsor for the tournament.
  • The AIA Premier Limited Overs series brings together 14 cricket clubs with Colts, Ragama, Nondescripts, Colombo, SLPA, Saracens Sports Club and Tamil Union in Group A playing against SSC, Moors, Army, Bloomfield, Badureliya, Chilaw Marians and Galle Cricket Club in Group B.
  • The top two teams from each group will qualify for the semi-finals. 
  •  Fixture schedule is attached for reference. 
  • AIA is proud to be associated with this tournament as it has a long lasting history of being a platform for local talent development, which helps uplift cricket on a national level in the country. 
  • AIA CEO Shah Rouf reiterated AIA’s commitment to helping protect and uplift cricket in Sri Lanka. 
  • AIA is also the Official Insurance Partner of Sri Lanka Cricket.  

AIA Premier Limited Over Tournament 2015/2016
 
Group 'A'  Group 'B'
Colts Cricket Club Sinhalese Sports Club
Ragama Cricket Club Moors Sports Club
Nondescripts Cricket Club Army Sports Club
Colombo Cricket Club Bloomfield C & AC
SLPA SC Badureliya Cricket Club
Saracens Sports Club Chilaw Marians CC
Tamil Union C & AC Galle Cricket Club
 
Date Host Opponent Venue
27-Nov CCC SLPA SC CCC
28-Nov Colts CC NCC Colts
  Tamil Union C & AC Saracens SC P Sara
  Army SC SSC Panagoda
  Bloomfield C & AC Badureliya CC Bloomfield
  Galle CC Chilaw MCC Galle
Date Host Opponent Venue
30-Nov Ragama CC Colts CC Thurstan
  Saracens SC CCC De Zoysa
  SLPA SC Tamil Union C & AC CCC
  Moors SC SSC Moors
  Chilaw MCC Bloomfield C & AC FTZ Katunayake
  Badureliya CC Galle CC Surrey
Date Host Opponent Venue
2-Dec NCC Ragama CC NCC
 

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