Dialog Powers Junior National Netball Championship 2022

November 2nd, 2022         Colombo


Dialog Powers Junior National Netball Championship 2022

Muhammed Gazzaly – Head of Digital Marketing - Dialog Axiata PLC handing over the sponsorship to Victoria Lakshmi – President, NFSL.Also pictured (L) Padmini Horanage - Treasurer, NFSL

In a bid to continue upon Sri Lanka’s resounding success in international netball tourneys, premier connectivity provider, Dialog Axiata PLC, continuing its promise of supporting national sports in Sri Lanka has come forth to power the Dialog Junior National Netball Championship for the second consecutive time.

The national tournament will be played from 05th to 06th November, at the Polonnaruwa Gallalla Mahajana Grounds (Indoor & Outdoor Courts). The Dialog Junior National Netball Championship 2022, targets players who are below the age of 20 from across the country and is one of the major tournaments conducted by Netball Federation of Sri Lanka (NFSL) annually, to identify talented players, coaches and umpires to train them to the next level.

This tournament is scheduled in order to have a talent search to select young players for the National Youth team to participate in the Asian Youth Championship in South Korea next year.

As the principal sponsor, Dialog Axiata has made arrangements to LIVE stream the matches via, Dialog ViU mobile app and will also be shown LIVE on Dialog TV Channel 140

“The national team has improved leaps and bounds since the last selection process to identify and select junior talent to the national team,” Lakshmi Victoria, NFSL President said. “As a promoter of national sports, Dialog has played an active role in supporting the NFSL and its players perform at the international level.”

Dialog Axiata is the proud sponsor of the Sri Lanka National Cricket, Volleyball, Netball and Esports teams. The Company also has a close association with the President’s Gold Cup Volleyball, National Junior and Senior Netball tourneys, Schools Rugby, Paralympic sports - by powering the Army Para Games, National Para Games and the Sri Lankan contingent to the World Paralympic Games.