|97th or Earl of Ulsters Regiment of Foot|
|Motto(s)||Quo Fas et Gloria Decunt – Where Right and Glory Lead|
|Colors||Sky blue facings|
|March||Quick March “Paddy’s Resource”|
|Anniversaries||Sevastopol Day (8th September)|
|Engagements||Crimean War, Indian Mutiny|
The regiment was raised in 1824, taking its title from Prince Frederick, Duke of York and Albany and Earl of Ulster.
In November 1832, the regiment's cricket team played the Colombo Cricket Club at the Rifle Green in Colombo, in the first recorded cricket match in Ceylon (Sri Lanka).
- Perera, Ajith C S (02-10-2003). "A Peep in to Sri Lankan Cricket History". Thinking Cricket with Ajith C S Perera. Archived from the original on 12 October 2008. http://web.archive.org/web/20081012172614/http://thinkingcricket.tripod.com/cricket/id2.html. Retrieved 2008-09-15.
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