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Gurukula in command

Under-19 Cricket



by Reemus Fernando


Gurukula College, Kelaniya dominated day one of their under-19 cricket encounter against Sri Sumangala College, Panadura as four batsmen topped half-century mark for them to post 266 for seven at close after restricting the visitors to 93 runs at Prison Ground at Mahara yesterday.


Scores:


Sri Sumangala 93 all out in 38.3 overs (Kaveen Navoda 22; Namal Pathum 4/30, Nalin Peiris 2/25)


Gurukula 266 for 7 at stumps in 55 overs (Hashan Dumindu 85, Lisula Lakshan 54, Namal Pathum 52n.o, Nalin Perera 52n.o; Tharaka Nadeshan 5/86, Lahiru Sandeepa 2/85)


Dishen, Ashen power Maris Stella


Dishen Fernando and Ashen Madawa scored half-centuries for Maris Stella College to post 206 for nine wickets declared against Thurstan College on day one of their match at Reid Avenue yesterday.


Scores:


Maris Stella 206 for 9 decl in 73.3 overs (Dishen Fernando 67, Thusith Peiris 31, Ashen Madawa 50; Rajitha Perera 2/52, Chinthaka Udaya 3/52, Ramindu Kumarasinghe 2/34)


Thurstan 44 for 2 at close in 14 overs (Minhaj Jaleel 20n.o)


St. Sebastian’s 255,


St. Anthony’s 33/3


St. Anthony’s College were 33 for three at stumps in reply to St. Sebastian’s College 255 runs on day one of their match at Kandy yesterday.


Scores:


St. Sebastian’s 255 all out in 71.4 overs (Avishka Fernando 40, Gayan Silva 35, Avishka Perera 57, Anuk Fernando 50, Sangeeth Cooray 23, Luke Jayadeva 24; Kavinda Udapola 3/39, Nimesh Gunasinghe 2/54)


St. Anthony’s 33 for 3 at stumps in 16 overs (Viraj Deepal 18n.o; Kusal Edisuriya 2/10)


Bandaranaike in control in Jaffna


Bandaranaike College, Gampaha were in control as they restricted St. Patrick’s College to 24 runs for four wickets at stumps in reply to their 222 runs on day one of their match in Jaffna yesterday.


Scores:


Bandaranaike MV 222 all out in 62.3 (Sahan Arachchige 72, Pasindu Madusanka 51, Wageesha Wanniarachchi 20; Mihiran Imbulana 20; Ajith Darwin 2/39, Frank Clinton 3/40)


St. Patrick’s 24 for 4 at close in 23 overs (Wageesha Wanniarachchi 2/02)


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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