St.John's and Chundikuli Girls' Alumni Association Toronto, Canada

at 50 Jenmat Drive, Markham, L6E2A7 Canada

Our Mission is to provide an avenue for the old students to work together, to keep them informed, to develop skills and help the school and community.


St.John's and Chundikuli Girls' Alumni Association Toronto, Canada
50 Jenmat Drive
Markham , ON L6E2A7
Canada
Contact Phone
P: 4167276603
Website
http://www.sjccgccanada.com

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We thank and share Very important information from Rohan Rajaratnam. Thanks for informing me Anton. I am really sad to hear that Mr. Kadirgamar had passed away. He was a fine cricketer. He belonged to my father’s generation. He captained SJC in 1946 and ‘47. The trend that started in 1941 continued till 1947. I am referring to the Big Matches and SJC winning 7 of them in a row. This record has not been broken yet. Mr. Kadirgamar made 113 runs in one of the Big Matches. The record stood for a long time. He also bowled fast. He was a left hander. I think he was the last surviving SJC captain from the 1940s. Now the oldest captain is Mr. D. Canaganayagam who lives in Ontario. Rohan Note from us : We are very proud to say Mr.D.Canaganayagam is one of our Executive committee member. Thanks for informing me Anton. I am really sad to hear that Mr. Kadirgamar had passed away. He was a fine cricketer. He belonged to my father’s generation. He captained SJC in 1946 and ‘47. The trend that started in 1941 continued till 1947. I am referring to the Big Matches and SJC winning 7 of them in a row. This record has not been broken yet. Mr. Kadirgamar made 113 runs in one of the Big Matches. The record stood for a long time. He also bowled fast. He was a left hander. I think he was the last surviving SJC captain from the 1940s. Now the oldest captain is Mr. D. Canaganayagam who lives in Ontario. Rohan

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