The UPFA emerged victorious in the Matale district in the Central Province by obtaining 135 thousand 128 votes amounting to 7 seats while the UNP obtained 3 seats after receiving 63 thousand 365 votes.
The Ceylon Workers Congress came in 3rd with 10 thousand 498 votes and obtained one seat in Matale.
The UPFA won the Laggala, Dambulla, Matale and Raththota seats.
The UPFA won all these seats in 2009 as well but this time around their votes have decreased by 5 thousand 167 while the UNP has increased its number of votes by 7 thousand 356 in comparison to 2009’s provincial council election.
The UPFA emerged victorious Galagedara, Yatinuwara, Udunuwara, Harispaththuwa, Udu-dumbara, Theldeniya, Kundasale, Senkadagala, Gampola and Nawalapitiya in the Kandy district while UNP managed to win the Kandy seat in the Kandy district.
UPFA won the Kotmale seat in the Nuwara eliya District in the Central Province.
UPFA managed to win all seats in the Puttlam district by securing Puttlam, Chilaw, Wennappuwa, Anamaduwa and Naththandiya seats in the North Western Province.
Hiriyala and Dodangaslanda seats of the Kurunegala District were also won by the UPFA.