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Cameron, Nipun help St. Joseph’s make bold reply

January 20, 2017 · Leave a Comment 

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An unbroken 117 runs partnership for the second wicket between Cameron Guruge and Nipun Sumanasinghe helped St. Joseph’s make a bold reply of 124 for 1 at the end of the first day’s play in the Under 19 inter-school cricket encounter played at Darley Road.

This was in reply to Trinity’s score of 264 which came on the back of half tons from Shanogeeth Shanmuganathan and Trevon Percival.

Trinity 264 (Shanogeeth Shanmuganathan 62, Trevon Percival 55, Banu Gopan 32, Kalana de Zoysa 24, Osanda Herath 23, Hasintha Jayasuriya 20, Bhathiya Dissanayake 20:Ruchira Ekanayake 4 for 52, Harin Cooray 4 for 77)

St. Joseph’s 124 for 1 (Cameron Guruge 63 n.o., Nipun Sumanasinghe 43 n.o.)

Romesh cracks 97 n.o.

An ubeaten 97 by Romesh Nallaperuma was the highlight of the first day’s play in the match between S. Thomas’ and Wesley played at Mt Lavinia. S. Thomas’ taking first lease of the wicket made a formidable score of 306 and Wesley in their turn ended the day on 24 for 1.

S. Thomas’ 306 (Dinura Gunawardena 63, Sithara Hapuvinna 43, Dellon Peiris 33, Ravindu Kodituwakku 23, Romesh Nallaperuma 97 n.o.: Sakuntha Liyanage 4 for 93, Ruchika Dangalla 2 for 55, Movin Subasinghe 2 for 72)

Wesley 24 for 1 (Jason de Silva 19 n.o.)

Kavindu 93

Royal batting first made a modest score of 221 with Kavindu Madarasinghe making a top score of 93 against Ananda who ended the day on 83 for 3 on day one at Ananda Mawatha.

Royal 221 (Kavindu Madarasinghe 93, Helitha Vithanage 46: Duleepa Jayalath 4 for 70, Asel Sigera 3 for 38)

Ananda 83 for 0 (Sahan Suraweera 43 n.o.)

DSS make 306

D.S. Senanayake College thanks to a half ton by Pasindu Chanaka made 306 against St. Aloysius Galle in the match playes at Pannipitiya. St Aloysius ended day on 15 for 0.

DSS 306 (Pasindu Chanaka 70, Teron Baskaran 40, Shashika Gamage 36, Methsith Jayamanne 35, Dasun Dimasha 28, Muditha Lakshan 41 n.o.: Shanuka Nikeshala 5 for 82, Kavishka Dilshan 3 for 72)

St. Aloysius Galle 15 for 0

Ameen grabs six

Mohamed Ameen ended with a six wicket haul as Prince of Wales made 230 for 9 declared against St Peter’s in the match played at Bambalapitiya. St Peter’s ended day one on 22 for 1.

Prince of Wales 230 for 9 declared (Avindu Fernando 51, Savindu Peiris 49, Sandun Fernando 42: Mohamed Ameen 6 for 79)

St. Peter’s 22 for 1

Arosha hits 108

Arosha Madushan made a 108 helping Bandaramayake MV Gampaha batting first make 263 against De Mazenod in the match played at Kandana.

Bandaranayake MV Gampaha 263 (Wisitha Madanayake 58, Himath Jayaweera 37, Arosha Madushan 108 n.o.: Roshitha Seneviratne 4 for 62, Mithila Geeth 3 for 37)

De Mazenod 34 for 0

Ibbagamuwa Central struggling

Ibbagamuwa Central was struggling on 25 for 4 in reply to St Patrick’s Jaffna’s score of 293 for 6 declared at the end of day one in the match played at Jaffna.

St. Patrick’s Jaffna 293 for 6 declared (R. Biyestrik 75, M. Mithushan 57, P. Daiel 33, G. Thadeeshan 51 n.o.: Yasiru Jayaratne 5 for 112)

Ibbagamuwa Central 25 for 4 (G. Thadeeshan 3 for 17)

Review: St. Peter’s turn tables on Sebs

January 20, 2017 · Leave a Comment 

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By Chris Dhambarage

St. Peter’s College produced a splendid all-round performance to beat the high riding St. Sebastian’s College outfit by an innings and 10 runs in a key Inter-Schools Under-19 Cricket Tournament match worked off at Bambalapitiya.

The Peterites got their act together well after a disappointing effort last week as they completely outplayed their opponents to wrap up a convincing victory in the end with plenty of overs to spare.

In fact, St. Peter’s were ruthless on the field from the very first ball of the game as the Sebastianiteswere skittle out for a mere 79 runs in their first innings after they had won the toss and decided to bat first.

But in a dramatic turn of events their star studded batting line-up crumbled in less than 25 overs with the Peterite combination of ShivanPerera (5/20) and SanthushGunathilaka playing havoc with the ball.

The outcome of this game was virtually sealed inside the first session of play as the Peterites went on to pile up a formidable 289 for six mainly through a magnificent century from Lakshina Rodrigo.

The Sebastianites of course put up a brief resistance in their second attempt to salvage some pride buttheir eventual modest total of 200 was not good enough to avoid a humiliating defeat.

De Mazenod v Maris Stella

Maris Stella College inflicted De Mazenod College their second successive defeat in the current season as they cruised to a comprehensive innings and 57-run victory in another Inter-Schools Under-19 Cricket Tournament match played at Kandana.

Maris Stella made the correct decision by electing to field after winning the toss and their bowlers responded immediately by bundling out the home side for just under two hundred runs in their first innings.

Maris Stella’s batting looked even more explosive as they rattled up an imposing 366 for seven in reply with the aid of three half centuries from LasithCrusepulle (81), Ashan Fernando (85), DushanGuruge (60) and Naveen Fernando (67).

De Mazenod never looked like saving the game and their batting line-up put up even a worse display in their second innings as they were shot out for just 114 runs in 25.5 overs.

Pasindu Ushetti who was the chief wrecker in the first innings added three more scalps to his tally but it was Ravindu Fernando who actually destroyed the De Mazenod batting in the second innings while claiming a superb five-wicket haul.

St. Joseph’s v Royal

St. Joseph’s College came close of recording a stunning victory as they took major honours in their Inter-Schools Under-19 Cricket Tournament match against Royal College worked off at Darley Road.

In fact the final session of play turned out to be a thriller as the Royal last pair held on determinedly to salvage a draw after they had struggled to reach 137 for nine, just 31 runs ahead overall.

The game turned out to be a fascinating contest from the start and Royal certainly believed they had the advantage once they put up that formidable total of 291 for nine at a tremendous rate.

However, Royal were given the taste of their own medicine as the strong St. Joseph’s batting fired all cylinders to smash a season highest 397 for nine while scoring well over four runs per over.

The Joes rallied around through a fine century from Shevon Fonseka to build up a first innings lead of over one hundred runs with Cameron Durge (73) and Dineth Jayakody (53) providing excellent support.

Royal in their second innings came under tremendous pressure as they lost wickets at regular intervals and went through some anxious momentswith the Josephians making a fantastic effort to force a victory.

Ananda v S. Thomas’

Ananda College and S. Thomas’ College Mount Lavinia figured in a high scoring draw in their annual Inter-Schools Under-19 Cricket Tournament match played at Ananda Mawatha.

In fact, the game turned into a first innings battle after the Thomiansrattled up a formidable 287 for nine wickets having occupied the crease for almost the entire first day.

The Anandians then made a determined effort to overtake their opponents’ total with SahanSuraweera leading the way while compiling his third century for the current season.

S. Thomas’ eventually won the first innings battle but they will be really disappointed the manner in which they batted the second innings where they collapsed to 113 for six wickets at close.

St. Anne’s v St. Peter’s Negombo

St. Anne’s College cruised to a morale boosting innings and 28-run victory over St. Peter’s College Negombo in their Inter-Schools Under-19 Cricket Tournament match played at Kurunegala.

St. Anne’s completely dominated this game in both batting and bowling departments as they bundled out their opponents for 114 and 171 in their two innings respectively.

P. Singhawansa was the architect behind St. Anne’s success with a seven-wicket haul after Vimukthi Bandara had hammered a superb century in their formidable first innings total of 313.

Zahira v Gurukula

Gurukula College edged-out Zahira College on the first innings in their Inter-Schools Under-19 Cricket Tournament match worked off at Maradana.

Gurukula defending a mere first innings total of 132 runs put up a tremendous performance on the field to restrict Zahira for 129 runs in reply.

Gurukula then made amends for their first innings failure by compiling 236 for four wickets in their second attempt with Ravindu Udara stroking a fluent century.

Pasindu, Ronuka guide Royal

November 15, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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Pasindu Sooriyabandara cracked a top score of 79 as along with Ronuka Jayawardena put on a valuable 124 runs for the second wicket to guide Royal after being invited to take first lease of the wicket to make a formidable score of 310 for 9 declared against Isipathana on day one of their Under 19 inter-school cricket encounter played at Reid Avenue.

Isipathana in their turn facing 11 overs ended the day on 48 for 2. The match will be continued on Wednesday.

Royal 310 for 9 declared (Pasindu Sooriyabandara 79, Ronuka Jayawardena 49, Helitha Withanage 40, Ganith Sandeepa 35, Thevindu Senaratne 34, Kavindu Chathuranga 22: Ridmika Nimesh 2 for 15, Neranjan Wanniarachchi 2 for 35, Lahiru Dilshan 2 for 67)

Isipathana 48 for 2 (Harsha Ratnayake 20: Himesh Ramanayake 2 for 12)

Nalanda 229, De Mazenod 42/2

De Mazenod were 42 for 2 in reply to Nalanda’s score of 229 at the end of the first day’s play in the Under 19 match played at Campbell Place.

Nalanda 229 (Suhanga Wijewardena 40, Kasun Sandaruwan 40, Lakshitha Rasanjana 29, Rusiru de Silva 25: Mithila Geeth 4 for 26)

De Mazenod 42 for 2 (Sandeep Deshan 23)

- MSA

St. Joseph’s College vs Maliyadeva College – Match drawn

November 11, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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Result: Match drawn. 

17:55 – St. Joseph’s 2nd innings 38/0 in 8 overs at close 

Maliyadeva College 403/7 declared in 104.4 overs 

K Bandara 65, D. Jayakody 3/66

15:32 – Maliyadeva 368/5 in 95 overs. K. Bandara 53 n.o.

14:28 – Maliyadeva 327/5 in 83 overs

D. Ranatunga 118

13:33 – Maliyadeva 266/3 in 69 overs

D. Ranatunga 116 n.o

12:15 – Maliyadeva 196/3 in 56 overs

D. Premaratne 68, D. Ranatunga 70 n.o

11:11 – Maliyadeva 129/2 in 39 overs

D. Premaratne 67 n.o

10:26 – Maliyadeva 88/2 in 29 overs

DAY TWO

17:51 – Maliyadeva 53/1 19 overs at close

15:53 – St. Joseph’s College 300/9 declared in 77 overs 

B. Chandrasena 3/25

14:19 – St. Joseph’s 243/6 in 61 overs

R. Kelley 91

12:44 – St. Joseph’s 143/3 in 39 overs

R. Kelley 76 n.o.

11:15 – St. Joseph’s 92/2 in 24 overs

R. Kelley 58 n.o

St. Joseph’s 52/1 in 13 overs

St. Joseph’s won the toss and elected to bat

S. Thomas’ College beat Dharmasoka College

November 11, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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S. Thomas’ won by 8 wickets

14:02 – S. Thomas’ 2nd innings (target 42 runs) 43/2 in 12 overs

R. Kodituwakku 27 n.o.

12:15 – Dharmasoka 2nd innings 97 all out in 55.2 overs

P. Ratnayake 3/39, R. Kodituwakkqu 3/17, D. Gunaratne 3/12

11:08 – Dharmasoka 2nd innings 71/5 in 41 overs

D. Gunaratne 2/8

10:22 – Dharmasoka 2nd innings 57/2 in 31 overs

DAY TWO

18:00 – Dharmasoka 2nd innings 42/2 in 19 overs at close

16:27 – S. Thomas’ 146 all out in 43.4 overs

K. Nadeeshan 6/35, K. Nimantha 3/35

14:50 – S. Thomas’ 118/2 

R. Sasanka 71*

13:50 – S. Thomas’ 65/1 in 15 overs

R. Sasanka 44 n.o

12:17 – Dharmasoka 91 all out in 31.3 overs

D. Peiris 4/20, P. Ratnayake 4/36

11:50 – Dharmasoka 84/7 in 26.4 overs

K. Kumara 41, P. Ratnayake 3/32, D. Peiris 2/17

10:30 – Dharmasoka 24/1 in 8 overs v S. Thomas’

Dharmasoka won the toss and elected to bat. 

Nalanda College vs St. Peter’s College – Match drawn

November 11, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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Result: Match drawn

17:49 – Nalanda 2nd innings (target 190) 54/3 in 16 overs at close

16:04 – St. Peter’s 2nd innings 184 all out in 71.1 overs

S. Wijewardena 3/36, U. Dilshan 2/20

14:43 – St. Peter’s 2nd innings 150/7 in 57 overs

S. Gunathilake 39, S. Fernando 26, S. Wijewardena 2/20

13:37 – St. Peter’s 2nd innings 101/3 in 33 overs

A. Perera 28, S. Gunathilake 35 n. o, S. Fernando 26 n.o.

Nalanda 133 all out in 57 overs

S. Wijewardena 47, C. Silva 4/21, M. De Silva 2/20

DAY TWO

15:12 – Nalanda 19 for two wickets 

Malinga Amarasinghe 6*, Lakshana Rasangana 4*

Malith Silva 1/8, Santush Gunathilake 1/11

13:28 – St. Peter’s College 139 in 38.1 overs

Aviska Perera 23, Santhush Gunathileke 48, Manelaka De Silva 38

Kanala Perera 5/44, Umeksha De Silva 4/9

12:14 – St. Peters 123 for 6 wickets ( 30 overs) at lunch

10:10 – St. Peter’s College 32 for 0
Aviska Perera 19 not out
Santush Gunathilaka 11 not out

Nalanda Won The toss an field first

Naveen guides Thurstan to innings victory

November 10, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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Left arm spinner Naveen Gunawardena ended with an impressive match bag of 10 for 69 helping Thurstan College coast to a convincing innings and 59-run win over De Mazenod Kandana in the Under 19 inter-school cricket encounter concluded at Thurstan ground on Thursday.

The second day’s play saw Thurstan resuming from their overnight score of 203 for 4 going on to make a score of 262 for 6 declared with overnight batsman Charana Nanayakkara making an unbeaten 51.

De Mazenod batting the second time and left with a daunting task of erasing a deficit of 162 runs failed to achieve it as Naveen who ended with a four-wicket haul in the first innings wrecked their batting again to bundle them out for another low score of 103 runs.

De Mazenod 100 (Deshan Fernando 26, Erosh de Silva 26: Prameesha Dilushan 4 for 7, Naveen Gunawardena 4 for 26) and 103 (Sasan Dineth 49, Avishka Indrajith 23: Naveen Gunawardena 6 for 43, Sawan Prabash 2 for 23, Prameesha Dilushan 2 for 29)

Thurstan (203/4 overnight) 262 for 6 declared (Nimesh Lakshan 85, Sawan Prabash 76, Charana Nanayakkara 51 n.o.: Mithila Geeth 3 for 47, Ashen Fernando 2 for 77)

 

Askar steers Azhar College 

Azhar College Akurana thanks to W.M. Askar’s match bag of 14 for 40 runs outclassed Ginigathhena Central by an innings and 188 runs in the Under 19 match which ended at Akurana yesterday. Azhar College taking first lease of the wicket made 295 and Ginigathhena Central were able to make scores of just 72 and 35 runs.

Azhar College Akurana 295 (A.M. Muzad 58, Krishan Dharshan 43, S. Akram 42, M.Akeel 31, M. Nisas 24: Lahiru Hasanga 4 for 71, Kavindu Rashmith 2 for 61)

Ginigathhena Central 72 (W.M. Askar 7 for 21, Krishan Dharshan 2 for 12) and 35 (W.M. Askar 7 for 19, Krishan Dharshan 2 for 5)

-MSA

Thurstan College beat De Mazenod

November 9, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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Thurstan won by an innings and 59 runs

14:09 – De Mazenod 2nd innings 103 in 35.3 overs 

S. Dineth 49, N. Gunawardena 6/43

12:00 – De Mazenod 2nd innings 13/4 in 9 overs

De Mazenod trail by 162 runs

11:16 – Thurstan 262/6 decl in 63.5 overs

C. Nanayakkara 51 n.o, A. Fernando 2/77

10:00 – Thurstan 211/4 in 55 overs

DAY TWO

17:44 – Thurstan 203/4 in 53 overs at close

N. Lakshan 85, S. Prabash 76, A. Fernando 2/56

16:21 – Thurstan 142/2 in 37 overs 

N. Lakshan 71 n.o., S. Prabash 51 n.o.

15:22 – Thurstan 77/2 in 23 overs 

N. Lakshan 31 n.o.

14:40 – Thurstan 15/1 in 7 overs

14:00 - De Mazenod 100 all out in 35.5 overs

N. Gunawardena 4/26, P. Dilshan 4/7

13:05 – De Mazenod 92/8 in 31 overs

N. Gunawardena 3/21

11:54 – De Mazenod 79/4 in 25 overs

D. Fernando 28, N. Gunawardena 2/12 

11:04 - De Mazenod 37/2 in 14 overs.

09:52 - Thurstan won the toss and elected to field vs De Mazenod.

St. Peter’s College vs Dharmapala College

November 4, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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16:07 – St. Peter’s College 47/3

Laksima Rodrigo 5*, Salitha Fernando 1*
Santhush Gunathileke 23
Sasitha Dilshan 1/3

10:30 - Start of play delayed due to overnight rain

DAY TWO

Play called off for the day!

Dharmapala 124 all out

14:40 – Dharmapala 116/7 in 55 overs

Gimhan Munasinghe 4*, Mahima Weerakoon 17*, Chathura Obeysekera 3/28, M Ameen 2/32

12:40 – Lunch – Dharmapala 79 for 5 wickets

Mahima Weerakoon not out 2, Eranga Sadepa not out 0, Amila Dayanaka out 23, Chatura Obesekara 3/10

11:08 – Dharmapala College 48/0 in 15 overs 

Amila Dayanaka not out 23, Aviska Hasarinda not out 23

St. Peter’s College won the toss and elected to field first

St. Joseph’s College vs De Mazenod Kandana – Match Drawn

November 4, 2016 · 1 Comment 

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At close of play – St. Joseph’s 83/7 in 35 overs

J. Daniel 47, N. Geeth 6/18.

Match called off due to bad light. Result: Match drawn.

16:08 – St. Joseph’s 83/7 in 35 overs

N. Geeth 6/18.

15:00 – St. Joseph’s 33/5 in 17 overs

N. Geeth 5/16

De Mazenod 155 all out in 47.3 overs

H. Cooray 5/55

13:37 - Match scheduled to commence at 2 p.m.

11:45 – Umpires to have second inspection at 12 noon  

11:23 - Start of play further delayed due to overnight rain.

10:41 - Umpires to have inspection at 11 a.m.

10:14 – Start of play delayed due to overnight rain.

DAY TWO

Play called off for the day

14:48 – St .Joseph’s 5/1 in 4.2 overs

De Mazenod 155 all out 47.3 

N. Sumanasinghe 3/20, HH. Cooray 5/55

13:25 – De Mazenod 153/9 in 47 overs

N. Dilshan 44, N. Sumanasinghe 3/20.

12:49 – De Mazenod 115/7

V. Cooray 3/35

11:43 – De Mazenod 99/5 in 27 overs

N. Dilshan 44, N. Sumanasinghe 2/2

10:45 - De Mazenod 65/1 in 16 overs

10:10 – De Mazenod 22/1 in 7 overs

St. Joseph’s won the toss and elected to field

Trinity College vs. St. Anthony’s College

November 4, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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NO PLAY POSSIBLE

10:30 – Start of play delayed due to rain

DAY TWO

Play called off for the day. 

Trinity 232 for 8
Trewon 42, Thiyagarajan Banugoban 27 run, Kavidu Hetiarachchi 4/51

14:25 – Trinity College 216/8 in 59 overs

12:04 – Trinity 132 for 5

Aviska Senadeera not out 15, Thisaru Dilshana not out 23

11:35 – Trinity College 93/4

Hasintha Jayasuriya 38, Shanogeeth Shanmuganathan 26

Trinity College won the toss and elected to bat first 

S. Thomas’ prevail over DSS

November 3, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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S. Thomas’ College prevailed over D. S. Senanayake College with a first innings win in their Under-19 Inter-Schools cricket encounter concluded at Mount Lavinia on Thursday.

D. S. Senanayake in reply to the Thomians score of 183 were bundled out for a paltry 116 with Pavith Ratnayake and Dellon Peiris doing the damage.

S. Thomas’ 183 and 87 for 6 declared (Manchila Wijeratne 42, Dinura Gunawardena 31 n.o, Muditha Lakshan 4 for 29, Vihan Gunasekera 2 for 39)

D. S. Senanayake (28/0 overnight) 116 (Shehzad Ameen 31, Dasun Perera 45 n.o, Pavith Ratnayake 4 for 33, Dellon Peiris 4 for 42) and 59 for 3 (Dasun Perera 21 n.o, Dellon Peiris 2 for 34).

 

Sastralaya by innings

Ananda Sastralaya Kotte coasted to an easy innings and 26-run win over Wadduwa Central in their Under-19 cricket match which ended at Kotte yesterday.

Wadduwa Central 95 and 199 (Nishantha Perera 91, Akshana Silva 30, Thuruwan Perera 22, Bimsara Avinash 4 for 74, Isuru Avinda 3 for 38, Chamindu Sathmina 3 for 47)

Ananda Sastralaya (183/5 overnight) 320 for 7 declared (Sandaru Chandika 80, Bimsara Avinash 58, Tharusha Nimsara 55, Isuru Avinda 50 n.o, Pathum Perera 2 for 33)

-MSA

Kaveesh cracks 107

November 3, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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A fine knock of 107 by Kaveesh Kumara was the highlight in the Under-19 Inter-Schools cricket encounter between Dharmasoka MV Ambalangoda and Rahula College Matara which began at the Uyanwatte Stadium in Matara on Thursday.

Dharmasoka MV taking first lease of the wicket made 215 and Rahula in their turn ended the day on 83 for four.

Dharmasoka MV 215 (Kaveesh Kumara 107, Ravindu Rasantha 22, Pasan Samaratunga 5 for 52)

Rahula Matara 83 for 4 (Lakindu Chamod 34 n.o).

 

Thurstan dominates

Thurstan dominated the opening day’s play against President’s College Kotte in their Under-19 cricket match played at Thurstan Grounds yesterday.

Thurstan after restricting their opponents for a low 119 ended the day on 66 for 3.

President’s Kotte 119 (Hashan Priydharshana 34, Sachitha Liyanage 30, Charana Nanayakkara 2 for 17, Sandaru Dias 2 for 20, Thushal Madusanka 2 for 33)

Thurstan 66 for 3 (Rifaz Mauroof 2 for 33).

 

Royal Panadura 206

St. Peter’s College Negombo were four for no loss in reply to Royal Panadura’s 206 in their Under-19 cricket match commenced at Dalupotha yesterday.

Royal Panadura 206 (Prashan Kalhara 88, Nilan Fernando 34, Nipun Susanga 3 for 26, Romilton Fernando 3 for 53, Dineth Sathsara 2 for 39, Januth Pashan 2 for 45)

St. Peter’s 4 for no loss

 

Trio score half centuries

Half centuries by Thanuja Akalanka, Sakun Rukshan and Malith Gunawardena for St. John’s Panadura and a eight-wicket haul by Dhanuka Nimmana of Kalutara MV were the highlights of the first day’s play in their Under-19 cricket match played at Kalutara yesterday.

St. John’s 241 (Thanuja Akalanka 73, Sakun Rukshan 62, Malith Gunawardena 67 n.o, Dhanuka Nimmana 8 for 48)

Kalutara MV 2 for no loss

 

Karandeniya Central on top

Dimuth Sandaruwan’s ton helped Karandeniya Central to take a first innings lead over Carey College when played ended on day one in their Under-19 cricket match played at Karandeniya yesterday.

Carey 123 (Mark Wickramasinghe 23, Chalitha Tillekeratne 20, Sheminith Silva 26 n.o, Dilum Sudeera 5 for 39, Chamara Prabath 3 for 16)

Karandeniya Central 279 for 8 (Dimuth Sandaruwan 102, Dilum Sudeera 37, Ishara Maduwantha 30, Ganesh Madusanka 28, Samith Isuru 25, Chamara Prabath 26 n.o, Lasith Wimalasena 5 for 97, Dimesh Samuel 3 for 37)

 

 

St. John’s in command

 

St. John’s Nugegoda were in command against Ananda Sastralaya Matugama in their match played at Matugama yesterday.

 

Ananda Sastralaya 95 (Prasad Chathuranga 24, Atheesh Malinda 3 for 6, Dinujaya Seneviratne 3 for 16)

St. John’s 93 for 3 (Irusha Sandeepa 49 n.o, Teshan Malinda 26 n.o, Prasad Chathuranga 2 for 7)

 

 

 

 

 

Zahira, St. Patrick’s in final

November 3, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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Zahira College Colombo defeated the defending champions St. Henry’s College Jaffna 4-1 on penalties in their Kotmale Trophy Inter-Schools Under-19 Football Tournament semi-final match played at the Duraiappah Stadium in Jaffna on Thursday.

The match ended in a 2-2 draw at the completion of normal time.

In the other semi-final, St. Patrick’s College Jaffna edged-out St. Joseph Vaz College Wennappuwa 6-5 on penalties after match ended in a 0-0 draw after normal time.

The final between Zahira and St. Patrick’s will be played on Saturday (5) at the same venue commencing at 7. p.m.

- (SP)

St. Aloysius’ records fourth outright win

November 3, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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Left-arm spinner Hareen Buddila guided St. Aloysius’ College Galle to their fourth outright win when he ended with a matchbag of 12 for 81 helping his side to record a convincing ten-wicket win over St. Sylvester’s College in their Under-19 Inter-Schools cricket encounter concluded at Galle yesterday.

St. Aloysius’ in reply to St. Sylvester’s score of 80 went on to make 215 for six declared with batsman in-form Navindu Nirmal making an unbeaten 62.

St. Sylvester’s batting the second time with a deficit of 135 were again troubled by spinner Buddila who took his second six-wicket haul to dismiss the opposition for 135.

St. Sylvester’s 80 (Shashika Reman 36, Hareen Buddila 6 for 14, Niduka Malshith 3 for 25) and 135 (Nadeera Balasuriya 32, Manuja Perera 57 n.o, Hareen Biddila 6 for 67, Kavika Dilshan 3 for 26)

St. Aloysius’ (135/3 overnight) 215 for 6 declared (Ravindu Sanjana 54, Ashen Bandara 26, Navundu Nirmal 62 n.o, Rushitha de Zoysa 3 for 75, Manjula Perera 2 for 58) and 1 for 0.

 

Lasith steers Maris Stella

A fine knock of 123 by Lasith Croospulle supported by an all-round performance from Ravindu Fernando paved the way for Maris Stella to record an outright win by ten wickets over St. Servatius Matara in their Under-19 match concluded at the Uyanwatte Stadium in Matara yesterday.

St. Servatius 214 (Muditha Hashan 71, Sandaru Nethmina 58, Charith Harshana 27, Hachindu Colombage 4 for 30, Ravindu Fernando 3 for 42, Sanka Puma 2 for 34) and 99 (Kesara Nuwantha 34, Muditha Hashan 27, Pasindu Madawa 5 for 17, Ravindu Fernando 5 for 52)

Maris Stella (91/2 overnight) 302 for 6 declared (Lasith Croospulle 123, Ravindu Fernando 77, Kevin Perera 33, Shashika Dulshan 4 for 103, Kesara Nuwantha 2 for 60) and 12 for 0

 

First innings win for Lumbini

Lumbini MV registered a well deserved first innings win over Royal Colombo in their Under-19 match which ended at Colts Grounds yesterday. Lumbini MV having made a formidable score of 260 bowled out the home team for 152.

Lumbini MV 260 (Thanuka Dabare 81, Kaveen Peiris 45, Raveesha Sathsara 42, Amitha Dabare 21, Ganith Sandeepa 3 for 51, Gothama Ranasinghe 3 for 81, Himesh Ramanayake 2 for 47)

Royal (67/3 overnight) 152 (Kavindu Chathuranga 63, Himesh Ramanayake 25, Vimukthi Kulatunga 4 for 25, Thanuka Dabare 4 for 43, Sashen Ravindu 2 for 18) and 286 (Thevindu Senaratne 42, Ganith Sandeepa 32, Helitha Vithanage 111 n.o, Vimukthi Kulatunga 7 for 141).

 

Drawn match

The Under-19 match between St. Sebastian’s College and Nalanda College played at Moratuwa ended in a high scoring draw yesterday.

St. Sebastian’s 327 (Mishen Silva 121, Nuwanidu Fernando 67, Tharusha Fernando 37, Tashik Perera 33 n.o, Umeshka Dilshan 4 for 62, Kalana Perera 3 for 73, Asel Kulatunga 2 for 51)

Nalanda (31/0 overnight) 302 for 7 (Dasun Seneviratne 91, Lakshitha Rasanjana 58, Kasun Sandaruwan 42, Eranga Jayasinghe 38, Madushan Hasaranga 22 n.o, Praveen Jayawickrama 5 for 132).

 

Al Azhar on first innings

Al Azhar College Akurana had to be satisfied with a first innings win against D. S. Senanayake College Kandy in their Under-19 match concluded at Akurana yesterday.

Azhar College 298 (Mohamed Riyaj 101, Krishan Dharshan 34, Hameed Akram 27, Mohamed Ijaz 25, Wazeer Ashkar 24, Munaf Muzard 24, Kasun Liyanage 5 for 75, Mohamed Rusdi 2 for 38)

D. S. Senanayake 198 (Nadeera Rukshan 79, Nipun Sandeepa 25, Kasun Mendis 21, Rushdi Ahamed 21, Hameed Akram 3 for 42, Ashkar Wazeer 2 for 16, Ijaz Ahamed 2 for 46, Usama Safie 2 for 82) and 59 for 5 (Kasun Mendis 21 n.o, Usama Safie 3 for 25)

 

S. Thomas’ 183, DSS 28/0

DSS were 28 for no loss in reply to S. Thomas’ score of 183 at the end of the first day’s play in the Under 19 inter-school cricket encounter played at Mt Lavinia. Thematch will be continued today.

S. Thomas’ 183 (Mohamed Ishaq 39, Ravindu Kodituwakku 34, Dinura Gunawardena 21: Vihan Gunasekera 5 for 50, Muditha Lakshan 2 for 47)

DSS 28 for 0 (Shehzad Ameen 16 n.o.)

 

Ananda Sastralaya dominate

Ananda Sastralaya Kotte dominated proceedings against Wadduwa Central on day one of the Under 19 match played at Kotte.

Wadduwa Central 95 (Lakmal Cooray 20: Isuru Avinda 5 for 16, Ravindu Randika 2 for 13, Sandaru Chandika 2 for 22)

Ananda Sastralaya Kotte 183 for 5 (Sandaru Chandika 80, Tharusha Nimsara 55: Pathum Perera 2 for 33)

- MSA

Gateway Colombo wins title

November 2, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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Gateway College Colombo won the G. T. Bandara Trophy when they defeated Gateway College Kandy 3-1 in the Inter-International Schools Under-19 Football Tournament final played at the Police Park on Monday.

Gateway

Afham Ajmal broke the drought in the 35th minute when he fired the ball past the Colombo custodian to put Gateway, Kandy in front.

However, centre forward Mark Atton who has been in tremendous form throughout the tournament broke loose and managed to produce the equalizer (1-1) few minutes later.

Six minutes later, Areeb Niyas, put Gateway Colombo in front (2-1).

Two minutes later, Shafni Shuhaibdeen brought his boot into play to give Gateway Colombo a 3-1 win and the G.T. Bandara Trophy.

Mark Atton of Gateway, Colombo was awarded the Golden Boot. The Best Player Areeb Niyas also from Gateway Colombo won the award for the Best Player and Sihsith Priyawasana of Gateway, Kandy was the Best Goal-keeper.

Meanwhile Lyceum, International Nugegoda defeated the British School by two goals to nil to win the consolation final. At half time neither side had opened their account.

After the change of ends, in the second minute Binuk Thambawita put Lyceum one-up and two minutes later he repeated the performance to give his side a 2-0 win.

-B.M.

First innings win for St. Joseph’s

November 2, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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St. Joseph’s College though dominating their Under 19 inter-school cricket encounter against St. Joseph Vaz College Wennappuwa had to be satisfied with a first inning win in the match concluded at Wennappuwa on Tuesday.

St. Joseph Vaz in reply to St Joseph’s score of 303 for 8 declared resuming on their overnight score of 24 for 2 made 159.

St. Joseph’s 303 for 8 declared (Nipun Sumanasinghe 122, Jehan Daniel 63, Dineth Jayakody 46, Revon Kelly 17, Dineth Maduarawala 17: Madushan Ranatunga 2 for 54, Dhananjaya Perera 2 for 79)

St. Joseph Vaz Wennappuwa (24/2 overnight) 159 (Madushan Ranatunga 48, Dhananjaya Perera 35, Thilan Pratheeptha 23: Nipun Sumanasinghe 5 for 35, Jehan Daniel 3 for 55, Harin Cooray 2 for 21) and 216 for 4 (Madushan Ranatunga 95, Anjana Rukmal 31, Thilan Pratheeptha 30, Dhananjaya Perera 40 n.o.: Dineth Jayakody 2 for 65)

Innings win for St. Thomas’

St. Thomas’ College Matara recorded an innings and 28 runs win over St. John’s College Jaffna in the match concluded at Jaffna.

St. John’s Jaffna in reply to St. Thomas score of 246 was able to muster scores of only 118 and 100.

St. Thomas’ Matara (198/6 overnight) 246 (Lahiru Dilshan 72, Hashin Dilmal 52, Ramindu Praveenath 45, Nipun Achalanka 22: Vasanthan Jathusan 6 for 68, A. Krishanthujan 2 for 45, K. Kapilraj 2 for 45)

St. John’s Jaffna 118 (Vasanthan Jathusan 34, Joseph Stallon 23: Maleesha de Saram 3 for 20, Hashin Dilmal 3 for 28, Praveen Madushan 2 for 5) and 100 (Praveen Madushan 4 for 44, Maleesha de Saram 3 for 3 for 15, Sachira Rashmika 2 for 16)

De La Salle by innings

De La Salle Mutwal coasted to an easy innings and 53 run win over Shashstrananda MMV Dehiwala in the which ended at Mutwal.

De La Salle Mutwal 270 (Sowzan Suhair 122, Ranchaka Perera 35, Ravindu Sandeepa 31: Ruwan Lakshan 5 for 65)
Shashstrananda MMV Dehiwala (10/0 overnight) 85 (Sowzan Suhair 4 for 13, Shavinda Gimhana 4 for 15) and 132 (Navod Madusanka 33: Shavinda Gimhana 6 for 39)

Henegama Central by 97 runs

Henegama Central defeated Bandaranayake MMV Veyangoda by 97 runs in the match concluded at Henegama.

Henegama Central 162 (Sasanka Dulaj 52, Damith Chamal 47: Nipun Gunasekera 3 for 24, Chamath Kalhara 2 for 1, Sajith Madusanka 2 for 25, Maleesha Kalansuriya 2 for 43) and (86/5 overnight) 205 (Sisikelum Lochana 62, Kaveesha Tinimuthu 28, Waruna Vishwajith 50 n.o.: Chamath Kalhara 5 for 46, Maleesha Kalansuriya 3 for 40)

Bandaranayake MMV Veyangoda 95 (Avishka Wijesiri 33, Sajith Madusanka 20: Shehan Dinusha 5 for 39, Waruna Vishwajith 2 for 11, Pramith Dharshana 2 for 13) and 175 (Ashen Eeranga 49, Nipun Gunasekera 46, Sajith Madusanka 41: Shehan Dinusha 3 for 28, Pramith Dharshana 2 for 26, Waruna Vishwajith 2 for 48)

Mishen, Nuwanidu steer St Sebastian’s

November 1, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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A run-a-ball knock of 121 inclusive of 13 boundaries and haf a dozen sixes and a half ton by Nuwanidu Fernando who together put on a 111-run partnership for the fourth wicket helped St. Sebastian’s taking first lease of the wicket make a formidable score of 327 against Nalanda who ended day one on 31 for no loss in the Under 19 match played at Moratuwa.

St. Sebastian’s 327 (Mishen Silva 121, Nuwanidu Fernando 67, Tharusha Fernando 37, Prashein Fernando 18, Tashik Perera 33 n.o.: Umeshka Dilshan 4 for 62, Kalana Perera 3 for 73, Asel Kulatunga 2 for 51)

Nalanda 31 for 0

St. Aloysius takes lead

St. Aloysius Galle has already taken a first innings lead over St Sylvester’s at the end of the first day’s play in the match played at Galle.

St. Sylvester’s 80 (Shashika Reman 36: Hareen Buddila 6 for 14, Niduka Malshith 3 for 25)

St. Aloysius Galle 135 for 3 (Ravindu Sanjana 54, Ashen Bandara 26 n.o.: Rushitha de Zoysa 2 for 32)

Lumbini MV 260, Royal 67/3

Royal were 67 for 3 in reply to Lumbini MV’s 260 at the end of the first day’s play in the match played at Colts ground.

Lumbini MV 260 (Thanuka Dabare 81, Kaveen Peiris 45, Raveesha Sathsara 42, Amitha Dabare 21: Ganith Sandeepa 3 for 51, Gothama Ranasinghe 3 for 81, Himesh Ramanayake 2 for 47)

Royal Colombo 67 for 3 (Sashen Ravindu 2 for 18)

Muditha, Sandaru half tons

Half tons by Muditha Hashan and Sandaru Nethmina was the highght of the opening day’s play in the match between St Servatius Matara and Maris Stella played at Uyanwatte Stadium.

St. Servatius Matara 214 (Muditha Hashan 71, Sandaru Nethmina 58, Charith Harshana 27: Hachindu Colombage 4 for 30, Ravindu Fernando 3 for 42, Sanka Puma 2 for 34)

Maris Stella 91 for 2 (Lasith Croospulle 54 n.o.)

Riyaj cracks ton

A ton by Mohamed Riyaj helped Azhar College Akurana end day one on 298 against DSS College Kandy in the match played at Akurana.

Azhar College Akurana 298 (Mohamed Riyaj 101, Krishan Dharshan 34, Hameed Akram 27, Mohamed Ijaz 25, Wazeer Ashkar 24, Munaf Muzard 24: Kasun Liyanage 5 for 75, Mohamed Rusdi 2 for 38) vs DSS Kandy

Nipun, Jehan shine for St. Joseph’s on day one

November 1, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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Nipun Sumanasinghe and Jehan Daniel shone for St. Joseph’s College against St. Joseph Vaz College Wennappuwa in the Under 19 inter-school cricket encounter played at Albert Peiris Stadium in Wennappuwa.

Nipun cracked 122 which included 12 boundaries while Jehan made 63 with seven boundaries and two sixes. Nipun was involved in two fruitful partnerships first of 125 runs for the fourth wicket with Jehan and the other of 71 runs for the seventh wicket with Dineth Jayakody which helped St. Joseph’s taking first lease of the wicket make a score of 303 for 8 declared.

St. Joseph Vaz in their turn facing 15 overs ended the day on 24 for 2. The match will be continued today.

St. Joseph’s 303 for 8 declared (Nipun Sumanasinghe 122, Jehan Daniel 63, Dineth Jayakody 46, Revon Kelly 17, Dineth Maduarawala 17: Madushan Ranatunga 2 for 54, Dhananjaya Perera 2 for 79)

St. Joseph Vaz Wennappuwa 24 for 2

St. Thomas’ make 198/6

St. Thomas’ College Matara made a score of 198 for 6 on day one against St. John’s Jaffna in the Under 19 match played at St. John’s ground in Jaffna.

St. Thomas’ Matara 198 for 6 (Ramindu Praveenath 45, Nipun Achalanka 22, Lahiru Dilshan 47 n.o., Hashin Dilmal 41 n.o.: Vasanthan Jathusan 2 for 15, A. Krishanthujan 2 for 24, K. Kapilraj 2 for 34) vs St. John’s Jaffna

Sowzan cracks 122

A knock of 122 by Sowzan Suhair enabled De La Salle College Mutwal post a score of 270 against Shashthrananda MMV Dehiwala who ended day one on 10 for 0 in the match played at Mutwal.

De La Salle Mutwal 270 (Sowzan Suhair 122, Ranchaka Perera 35, Ravindu Sandeepa 31: Ruwan Lakshan 5 for 65)

Shashsthrananda MMV Dehiwala 10 for 0

Henegama Central dominate

Henegama Central dominated proceedings against Bandaranayake MMV Veyangoda on the opening day’s play in the match played at Henegama.

Henegama Central 162 (Sasanka Dulaj 52, Damith Chamal 47: Nipun Gunasekera 3 for 24, Chamath Kalhara 2 for 1, Sajith Madusanka 2 for 25, Maleesha Kalansuriya 2 for 43) and 86 for 5 (Sisikelum Lochana 62: Maleesha Kalansuriya 3 for 21)

Bandaranayake MMV Veyangoda 95 (Avishka Wijesiri 33, Sajith Madusanka 20: Shehan Dinusha 5 for 39, Waruna Vishwajith 2 for 11, Pramith Dharshana 2 for 13)

- MSA

Thurstan record second outright win

October 28, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

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Thurstan College recorded their second outright win of the ongoing Under 19 inter-school cricket season when they coasted to a convincing ten-wicket win over Bandaranayake MMV Gampaha in the match concluded at Thurstan ground on Friday.

Thurstan were on top when play ended on day one having bundled out their opponents for a low score of 82. They declared their innings on 191 for 8 when play stopped.

The second day’s play saw Bandaranayake MMV batting the second time with a deficit of 109 runs faring better but were restricted to a score of 137 leaving Thurstan just 29 runs for victory. They reached the target  in the sixth over.

Bandaranayake MMV Gampaha 82 (Sandaru Dias 5 for 11, Thushal Madusanka 2 for 19) and 137 (Shahiru Roshen 32, Hachitha Thimal 32, Arosha Madushan 23 n.o.: Thushal Madusanka 4 for 39, Sandaru Dias 4 for 44, Charana Nanayakkara 2 for 6)

Thurstan 191 for 8 declared (Charana Nanayakkara 44, Yeshan Wickramaarachchi 37, Nimesh Lakshan 23: Janidu Jayawardena 3 for 41, Pasindu Bandara 2 for 18) and 29 for 0 (Kasun Abeyratne 18 n.o.)

 

Ismail guides St. Thomas to victory

Mohamed Ismail guided St. Thomas Matale to victory with an impressive match bag figures of 11 for 79 which helped his side record an innings and 16-run win over St. Xavier’s Marawila in the match concluded at Matale.

St. Xavier’s Marawila 121 (Ravindu Anjana 34, Dulaj Ashen 30, Mohamed Ismail 5 for 29) and 128 (Dulaj Ashen 32: Mohamed Ismail 6 for 50, Shashika Seneviratne 3 for 43)

St. Thomas’ Matale 265 (Sajith Silva 70, Lihaja Jayasundara 59, Bawantha Padmatileke 52, Dinith Yohana 5 for 65, Himal Asiri 2 for 31)

 

Nuwan, Sasith steer Rahula MV

A knock of 70 by Nuwan Madusanka and seven-wicket haul by Sasith Maduranga paved the way for Rahula MV Matara to record an innings and 56-run win over Debarawewa National School in the match which ended at Uyanwatte Stadium in Matara.

Debarawewa NS 59 (Nisala Ravishan 26: Sachith Maduranga 3 for 5, Pasan Samaratunga 2 for 6, Vidushka Chathuranga 2 for 20) and 71 (Sulekshana Wijewardena 26: Sasith Manuranga 7 for 23)

Rahula Matara (101/4 overnight) 186 for 8 declared (Nuwan Madusanka 70, Uraj Salaka 48, Thiruna Thilakkumara 33: Krishan Thudin 2 for 15, Shanuka Ahinsana 2 for 18, Thisera Shalintha 2 for 29)

 

First innings win for St. John’s

St. John’s Panadura registered a first innings win over Tissa MMV Kalutara in a high scoring match which ended at Panadura. Tissa MMV in reply to the Johnians score of 319, resuming from their overnight score of 120 for 1 were bowled out for 254.

St. John’s Panadura 319 (Kavindu Hashan 65, Sithum Prabodha 58, Sakun Rushan 48, Nadun Dharshana 46, Rasindu Ishan 40, Kosala Ravindu 2 for 15: Dulan Silva 2 for 30, Lashan Harshana 2 for 53, Rohan Sanjaya 2 for 59) and 259 (Nadun Dharshana 57, Sithum Pramodha 56, Sakun Rushan 45, Praveen Sandamal 36 n.o.: Shamal Shivanka 6 for 43, Dulan Silva 2 for 48)

Tissa MMV Kalutara (120/1 overnight) 254 (Lashan Harshana 106, Dulan Silva 59: Ashen Dilhara 6 for 12, Sasitha Manupriya 3 for 85)

 

Close win for Piliyandala Central

The match between Piliyandala Central and Mahanama Panadura played at Piliyandala ended in a close first innings win for Piliyandala Central.

Piliyandala Central 222 (Lakshan Kularatne 33, Manula Adikari 28, Heshan Madusanka 24, Chamuth Sandaru 106 n.o.: Vishwa Dasanayake 3 for 18, Asitha de Silva 2 for 21, Kavinda Fernando 2 for 51) and 215 for 7 (Chamod Sandaru 91, Heshan Madusanka 80: U. Fernando 3 for 69)

Mahanama Panadura (67/3 overnight) 213 (Vishwa Dasanayake 66, Ravindu Salgado 23, Asanka Fernando 21: Malshan Gunatileke 3 for 35, Heshan Madusanka 3 for 62)

- MSA

 

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