Far east Asia is one of the very few places where Cricket is yet to become a passion. Korean national cricket team has toured Sri Lanka to correct that. During this tour Korean National team played University of Moratuwa team in a T20 match. Moraspirit team met Korean national team captain and interviewed him.
The Sri Lanka Universities Sports Association, more commonly known as SLUSA, has recently decided to withdraw the applications of all state universities of Sri Lanka from the RedBull Campus Cricket Tournament 2014.
When reviewing the history, University of Moratuwa has produced some great talents both in academics as well as sports. Has anyone managed to pull both together?! Yes, they have. MoraSpirit had the privilege of speaking to one such living example Pasindu Weerasinghe, present captain of the badminton team of University of Moratuwa who is currently in the third year pursuing B.Sc (Hons) in Civil Engineering.
It was the first get together for the crew of the MoraSpirit crew for 2014. The expectation of the audience was clearly visible in more than 100 new and excited faces on joining the prestigious MoraSpirit crew and looking forward for a remarkable first day. The preparations were great with the floor set out for an enjoyable evening. Ruchira Madushanka of the HR Pillar Head was in-charge of the proceedings for the evening, and he made sure this was made an unforgettable evening for everyone with the exciting ice breaker event.