Moors Sports Club was founded in 1908. The main objective is the promotion of sports. Cricket is given prominence over others, owing to the fact that this is the sport, which was played from the very inception of the club and which brought much glory and fame to the club. Over the years the club has catered to the varied needs of members and provided facilities for many other activities, namely Tennis, Gymnasium, Billiards and Snooker. Although the primary objectives of the club were the promotion of cricket and other sports, social activities also played a major role among the members.


Over its 100 years of existence, Moors SC’s main activity has been the game of cricket. The Moors initiation into sport although slow was steady.


The Billiard hall was equipped with 14 benches with tags on each of the donors. In 1952, the Billiard Hall was officially opened by Sir Ernest de Silva.


In 1948,  Tennis was introduced as an activity at the Moors Sports Club. The first Court was duly opened by S. L. Haji. In 1949 the club organized its first tournament.


The Gymnasium is fully equipped with cardio equipment ranging from treadmills to bikes to rowing machines. The Gymnasium has a wide range of strength machines.


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Moors Tennis Tournament – sCool 2016

This tennis tournament was held at Moors Sports Club in association with Sri Lanka Tennis Association during the month of October and concluded successfully with 243 participants islandwide. This event was focused for boys and girls who were under the age of 7 (Red), under 8 (Orange) and under 9 (Green). The sCool Tournament is an annual […]

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Shafeek Rajabdeen takes over Moors SC Leadership again

Shafeek Rajabdeen, former MP and present Vice Chairman of the National Water Supply and Drainage Board, has been again elected President of the Moors Sports Club at the annual general meeting held on August 27th 2016. Shafeek Rajabdeen took over the Presidentship of the club in 1999 after serving as treasurer in 1980, the post which he […]

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