Nalin-the iron man of Sri Lanka rugby
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Sri Lanka, Sept. 14 -- Sri Lanka has produced some top class sportsmen in various sporting fields, from top schools in towns. The schools in the 1970's and 80's played a pivotal role in producing them in rugby, players who played for the love and passion of the game. Group Captain Nalin de Silva from Isipathana College, Colombo was one of them who remained in the hearts of the rugby loving fraternity for his excemplary conduct as an officer having been formerly known as "Iron man in schools Rugby" due to his tireless performance in the school's rugby arena.
Nalin had a sound academic career and he started playing rugby at the age of 15 years. He joined the second XV team in the 1960's while gaining experience matured to be a regular memb...
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