List of St. Anthony's College, Kandy alumni

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This is a list of St. Anthony’s College alumni, of the St. Anthony’s College, Kandy, Sri Lanka.

Name Notability Reference
R. I. T. Alles founding principal of D. S. Senanayake College (1967), State Secretary for Ministry of Education (1989–1993)
M. D. Banda member of Parliament (Maturata 1947–1960), (Hanguranketha 1960–1965), Polgahawela 1965–1970)
Imran Bisthamin international rugby player (2007–2008)
Asoka de Silva (judge) Chief Justice of Sri Lanka (2009–2011)
Mano Ganesan member of Parliament (Colombo 2001–2010, 2015–present)
Mahes Goonatilleke international test cricket player (1982)
William Gopallawa last Governor-General of Ceylon (1962–1972), first President of Sri Lanka (1972–1978)
Rookantha Gunathilake musician, singer
Abdul Cader Shahul Hameed member of Parliament (1960–1994)
T. B. Ilangaratne member of Parliament (Kandy, Galaha, Hewaheta and Kolonnawa 1948–1986)
Victor Ivan editor and founder of Ravaya newspaper (1987–2012)
T. M. Jayaratne musician, singer
Kingsley Jayasekera actor, singer, producer
Ruwan Kalpage international test cricket player (1993–1999)
N. H. Keerthiratne member of parliament (Kegalle 1947– )
A. C. M. Lafir international cricket player (1953–1970)
A. F. Lafir  Commanding Officer of the 1st Special Forces Regiment - recipient of Parama Weera Vibhushanaya
Muttiah Muralitharan international test cricketer (1992–2010)
Malik Peiris pathologist, microbiologist, scientific researcher
Stanley Peiris musician
Bernard Perera first class cricket player (1980–1983)
Cyril E. S. Perera member of Parliament (Colombo North 1952–1956) [1]
A. H. Sheriffdeen surgeon, academic
Canagarayam Suriyakumaran economist, academic [2]
Victor Tennekoon Solicitor General of Ceylon (1965–1967), Chief Justice of Sri Lanka (1974–1977)
Susith Weerasekara Deputy Chief of staff of the Sri Lanka Navy (2009–2011), Commandant Sri Lanka Volunteer Naval Force (2011–2012)
Jayampathy Wickramaratne National List Member of Parliament (2015–present)
Piyal Wijetunge international test cricket player (1993)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rajit, A; Amerasinghe, B (1986). The Supreme Court of Sri Lanka: the first 185 years. Sarvodaya Book Publishing Services. p. 374. ISBN 9789555990004.
  2. ^ Online edition of Sunday Observer - Business Archived 2012-05-10 at the Wayback Machine.. Sundayobserver.lk (2002-01-20). Retrieved on 2012-08-21.

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