With a greater focus on planning and executing the blueprint for 2014 and reviewing it at intervals, has enabled College to re-write a new era for the game of soccer that has had a longer history than any other sport. One could state that the first six months were more or less bridging a gap that had been created. This has paid dividends to college during the later stages. The activities planned were focused on promoting the positive perception of the game, educating parents and winning their confidence, encourage old boys, both locally and overseas, to support the game and the school to derive a satisfactory status through the game. During the 2014 calendar year the Football Foundation organized many programmes which included a couple of unique ones. One such one was where a familiarization programme was conducted for the parents. Shown below are some of the technical educational programmes that were organized for players. Also sharing are some photographs of the Senior Team where they brought honour to College, and recognition programmes organized by College and the FF for the teams. A Review Meeting was held recently with Rev. Fr. Rector and other officials in attendance, where Fr. Rector touched  on what is needed to be included in the 2015 calendar. Following are the achievements

 

  • Under 19 : Runner’s Up at the Kotmale CHOX Championship
  • Under 17 : Runner’s Up at the All Island Tournament (SLSFA), where almost 250 teams took part.
  • Futsal – Runner’s Up – lost to Zahira in the finals through a Penalty Shootout (5-4)
  • Ananda 7s : Lost in the Semi Finals by the toss of a coin.
  • Under 15 :All Island Tournament (SLSFA) lost to Royal by 1 goal to nil at the group quarter finals
  • Futsal : 1st round – Played 5 matches and won all. Lost in the Cup semifinal.
  • Under 13 : Futsal – played 4 matches and won 3, lost 1. Lost in the Plate Final.
  • Under 11 : Futsal – played 4 matches – won 2, lost 2.
  • Under 10 : Futsal – played 5 matches – won 2, lost 2, 1 walk-over.
  • Under 09 : Futsal – played 6 matches – won 5, lost 1