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Daily Mirror Sports Editor Channaka de Silva set a record by bagging sports journalist of the year for the fifth time  at the Journalism Awards for Excellence 2012 held at the Mount Lavinia hotel this evening

He also won the award for the scoop of the year. Daily Mirror Journalist Lakna Paranamanna won the young journalist of the year while Daily Mirror Cartoonist Awantha Artigala bagged the cartoonist of the year award for the second time.

Winners -2012

Mervyn De Silva Journalist of the year Dilrukshi Handunnetti - The Ceylon Today
Best Cartoonist Awantha Artigala - Daily Mirror
Photojournalist of the Year Gemunu H. Wellage
Bussines Journalist of the Year Abdul Razak Mohammed -The Nation
Upali Wijewardene Feature Writer of the Year Smriti Daniel -The Sunday Times
Sports Journalist of the Year Award and Scoop of the Year Channaka de Silva - Daily Mirror Sprots
Denzil Perera Young Reporter of the Year Lakna Paranamanna -Daily Mirror
Best Designed Newspaper of the Year The Sunday Times
Award for reporting under special circumstances Jeewaka Jayaruk - Lankadeepa (winner)
  Joint merit award - Dilrukshi Handunnetti and Dushiyanthini Kanagasaba
Investigative journalist of the year Harsha Mangala Sugathadasa - Irida Lakbima
Best Environmental Journalist Supun Lahiru - Lakbima and Nirmala Kannangara of the Sunday Leader

  Comments - 5

  • ANTON Wednesday, 31 July 2013 12:54 AM

    CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES DAILY MIRROR AND
    STRAIGHTFORWARD AND FEARLESS JOURNALISTS , KEEP IT UP.

    nale Wednesday, 31 July 2013 12:00 AM

    congradulations via DM Android App

    HK Tuesday, 30 July 2013 09:40 PM

    Ele ele

    mahavali Tuesday, 30 July 2013 11:12 PM

    MANY MANY HEARTY CHEERS. MAINTAIN THE MOMENTUM.

    devini Tuesday, 30 July 2013 11:50 PM

    Congrats Malli! Well done


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