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Dhambarage (5/34) wrecks Maris Stella

Left-arm opening bowler Dinal Dhambarage captured five wickets for 34 runs as St. Joseph’s College bowled out Maris Stella College Negombo for 74 runs on the opening day of their inter school cricket tournament match which commenced at Darley Road yesterday.

Maris Stella 74 (S. de Silva 21, H. Silva 25, D. Dhambarage 5 for 34, T. Perera 4 for 25). St. Joseph’s 185 for 5 (D. Karunaratne 45, A. de Livera 18, R. Silva 58 n.o, P. Sankalpa 28, S. Gomes 2 for 60, A. Silva 2 for 44).

Haroon takes 5/32

H. Mawjood picked up five wickets for 32 runs to help Royal College dismiss D.S. Senanayake for 232 runs in their first innings on the opening day of their inter school cricket tournament match which began at Reid Avenue yesterday.

D.S. Senanayake 232 (L. Weragala 58, H. Udugamavithana 22, K. Sooriyarachchi 48, N. Jayakody 28, H. Mawjood 5 for 32, K. Boteju 3 for 50)

Royal 22 for no loss.

Wesley get 201/6

Wesley College reached 201 for 6 in their rain hit inter-school cricket tournament match against St. Anthony’s College played for the L.V. Jayaweera Memorial Trophy at Campbell Park yesterday.

Wesley 201 for 6 (L. Fernando 39, R. Kern 38, D. Wijesinghe 32, I. Jayaratne 25, S. Siriratne 21, S. Rupasinghe 19, A. Riyaz 2 for 69, K. Ekanayake 2 for 39) v St. Anthony’s.

Waruna 140 not out

Waruna Fernando hit an unbeaten 140 to help St. Benedict’s College compile 245 for 5 in their first innings on the opening day of their rain hit inter-school cricket tournament match against Ananda College played at Kotahena yesterday.

St. Benedict’s 245 for 5 (W. Fernando 140 n.o, C. Wijewardena 41, S. Nandalal 25, U. Peiris 2 for 58) v Ananda College.

Thomians in command

S. Thomas’ College were well set to take a first innings lead over Kingswood College, Kandy on the opening day of their inter school cricket tournament match played at Mount Lavinia yesterday.

Kingswood 107 (M. Bandaranayake 40, C. Dharmaprema 28, N. Fernando 4 for 23, M. Fernando 3 for 29).

S. Thomas’ 56 for 2 (R. Niroshan 32).

Innings win for Thurstan

Thurstan College routed St. Mary’s College Kegalle by an innings and 22 runs in their inter school cricket tournament match concluded at Bauddhaloka Mawatha yesterday.

St. Mary’s 107 and 74 (C. Wijetunga 19, V. Mendis 19, U. Karunaratne 4 for 31, R. Wijeratne 5 for 11).

Thurstan 203 (G. Kumara 45, U. Karunaratne 46, C. Jayan 25, L. Wijetunga 2 for 35, S. Perera 4 for 80).

 

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