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By Amindha de Alwis

Navy SC will go up against Havelock SC in their second round league fixture of the Dialog Inter-Club Rugby Tournament 2019/20 today at Havelock Park from 6.30 p.m. onwards.
The first round matchup between these two sides back in November last year saw the Havies walk away with a crushing 35-03 win.
Havelock SC, currently at fourth spot in the points table, edged out CH & FC 40-37 last week to further widen the gap between the bottom and top halves of the table.
Navy SC, on the other hand, went down 28-39 to Kandy SC at Welisara last Saturday and are sixth on the points table, two points behind Army SC.

Navy SC: Charith Ekanayake, Amith Gunasinghe, Deshan Vimukthi, Gihan Perera, Raveen De Silva Adeesha Weerathunga, Yoshitha Rajapaksa, Radeesha Senevirathna, Seru Cavuilati, Isuru Kongahawatta, Harsha Maduranga, Mushin Faleel, Sachinka Abeysekara, Chathura Seneviratne and Gayan Wickramaratne
Havelock SC: Not available

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