St. Anthony’s prevail over Maliyadeva

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By M. Shamil Amit

St. Anthony’s College, Wattala prevailed with an easy first innings win over Maliyadeva College in their Under-19 Inter-Schools Cricket Tournament encounter which concluded at Wattala yesterday.

Meanwhile, Christ the King College, Ja-ela and Jaffna Central College recorded outright wins against Asoka MV, Colombo and St. Xavier’s College, Marawila respectively in their matches played at Ja-ela and Wennappuwa yesterday.

At Wattala (1st innings win for St. Anthony’s) 
Maliyadeva: 146 and 182/7 (Muditha Premadasa 80, Shaluka Atapattu 42 n.o, Romesh Chathuranga 3/91)
St. Anthony’s (59/3 overnight): 255 (Avishka Tharindu 80, Dinuk Vishal 37, Amitha Sandeepa 35, Matheesha Weerasinghe 5/57, Sakindu Wijeratne 3/40).
At Ja-ela (Christ the King won by innings and 59 runs)
Asoka MV, Colombo: 125 and 118 (Sahan Vimukthi 39, Sudeera Perera 4/14)
Christ the King (132/3 overnight): 312/9 declared (Dharshana Chathuranga 68, Hirushan Perera 47, Rashmika Nonis 107 n.o, Vihanga Kumara 5/68).
At Wennappuwa (Jaffna Central won by innings and 348 runs)
St. Xavier’s, Marawila: 32 and 42 (T. Vithushan 5/16, V. Viyaskanth 3/11)
Jaffna Central (360/6 overnight): 422 (A. Nithushan 123, A. Samsay 75, V. Viyaskanth 54, K. Ilayarasan 45, K. Rajclinton 42, Roshen Savindu 5/133, Akash Perera 4/92).
At Balangoda (1st innings win for Ananda Maithreeya Central, Balangoda) 
Bandarawela Central: 192 and 212/9 declared (Nadun Heshan 99)
Ananda Maithreeya Central (179/6 overnight): 213 ( Chathushka Dissanayake 39, Lithija Kalhara 36, Bachana Prasanga 3/37) and 168/7 (Pathum Wijesinghe 3/33, Samudu Sachithra 3/73). 

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