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KANDY (News 1st): Trinity College Kandy clinched the Inter-School Central Province Sevens Rugby Championship beating Kingswood College Kandy 33 points to 07 at the Trinity Rugby Stadium in Pallekele on Monday (27) evening.It was a clash of the gladiators as both Kingswood and Trinity stood out of the rest and dished out classy, entertaining, and free-flowing rugby sevens.The lads from Randles Hill Kingswood drew first blood in the opening minute.

However, the Trinity lions kept cool and scored two back-to-back tries, and converted a peach of kick from the left corner.At lemons, Trinity led 14 – 07.Scoring 3 more tries it was Trinity all the way in the 2nd half as they clinched the Cup Championship at home turf.Interestingly Trinity College.

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