Richmond College, Galle cruised to an innings and 110 run victory over Revata College as all-rounder Irosh Samarasooriya followed up his unbeaten 201 runs with a match bag of five wickets in their Under-19 tournament match ended at Galle yesterday.
Forced to follow on after being bowled out for 102 runs, a top score of 78 runs from Janith Chathuranga was the only consolation for Revata, as they folded up before tea for 175 runs in second innings.
Richmond 387 for 6 decl in 85.4 overs (Irosh Samarasooriya 201 n.o, Yasodha Lanka 109, Dananjaya de Silva 29, Shehan Manuran 2/150)
Revata 52 for 4 overnight 102 all out in 34 overs (Rohan Madusanka 16, Janith Chathuranga 32, Buddhika Madusanka 31; Irosh Samarasooriya 2/20, Dananjaya de Silva 2/13, Charith Priyadharshana 2/13, Yasodha Lanka 2/16) and 175 all out in 54.5 overs (Janith Chathuranga 78, Nayanajith Mendis 38; Irosh Samarasooriya 3/22, Charith Priyadharshana 3/33, Dananjaya de Silva 2/47)
Lumbini 100, Cambrians 148/6
Off-spinner Nipun Peiris picked up his first five wicket haul to restrict Lumbini to 100 runs before Isuru Thilina top scored with 66 runs for Prince of Wales College to post 148 for six wickets at close on the first day of their Under-19 match at BRC ground yesterday.
Isuru Thilina went pass the 500 run mark with his half century in what was his 11th innings for the season.
Lumbini 100 all out in 46.2 overs (Damith Priyadharshana 24, Dinushka Gihan 18; Nipun Peiris 5/30, Buddhika de Alwis 3/17)
Prince of Wales 148 for 6 at close in 47 overs (Isuru Thilina 66, Nipun Peiris 29, Shehan Jayasuriya 27: Prabath Jayasuriya 2/45, Ravija Sandaruwan 2/41)
Asanka’s four wickets trouble
Left-arm-paceman Asanka Silva picked up four wickets to restrict Kalutara Vidyalaya to 123 runs before Moratu Vidyalaya posted 177 runs on the first day of their match started at Moratuwa yesterday.
Kalutara Vid 123 all out in 37.3 overs (Savith Priyan 37, Tharindu Uthpala 34; Asanka Silva 4/13, Janindu Devinda 2/00)
Moratu Vid 177 all out in 56.1 overs (Janindu Devinda 40, Sujeewa Liyanage 27, Avishka Peiris 27, Sanka Ramesh 20; Sandun Chamara 4/28, Savith Priyan 2/56, Chamika Madushan 2/25)