In this Avurudu season, “food” is everyone’s favorite word. Kavum, kokis, avurudu meals, sweets and desserts are some of them. But, if you are an athlete, unless you control when and where which food becomes your favorite, brace yourself for a performance dip once you return to the university and restart practicing.

The Sinhala and Tamil New Year is a national festival that has been celebrated for years from ancient times. It is here that the people get together, celebrate, play and have fun. In this new era with technology at its peak, people have almost forgotten the beauty of these festivals. Let us pause for a moment from this digitized environment and experience the real happiness with the entire village, united as one family.

The sky was clear and the sun was shining. 7th of April was an ideal day for enthusiastic sporting action. The tournament started on time without any delay. Right from the beginning the cricket fun and fever were heating up the grounds of University of Moratuwa. MoraSpirit Sixes 2018 consisted of 12 teams competing for one trophy.

She is a devoted hard worker, a role model and a instinctive leader who led by example, she is none other than the captain of women’s table tennis team of University of Moratuwa, Kavindi Sahabandu. MoraSpirit was privilege enough to talk with her and hear about her side of the tale behind the success of women’s table tennis in the University. She is currently an undergraduate of BSc. (Hons) in Chemical Engineering.

After a glorious day one, MORA SIXES was ready to continue and roll in its second and final day.They represented different universities but their purpose was the same; to play their best and earn the opportunity to take part in the semifinals. The fire and determination in their eyes told the whole story. The spectators were eagerly waiting for action to start, knowing that it would soon turn out to be one hell of a day.

The sun was shining brightly and the sky was clear. It was a perfect day for some sporting action. Cricket fever was spreading around BRC stadium in Colombo. In fact, it was time for the biggest six-a-side tournament, the International Mora Sixes 2018, in which sixteen local and foreign university teams were about to clash for the glory, to win the tournament and capture the Mora Sixes 2018 trophy.

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