U-19 Cricket Tourney Prashan shines in Royal’s easy win

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By M. Shamil Amit

Prashan Kalhara shone with a fine all-round performance in Royal’s easy first innings win over Maris Stella College, Negombo in their Under-19 Inter-Schools Cricket Tournament encounter which concluded at Reid Avenue yesterday. 


Meanwhile, a matchbag of 10 wickets by Kushan Madusha helped Mahinda College record a comfortable first innings win over St. Aloysius’ College, Galle in their match which ended at Galle yesterday.

Results:

At Reid Avenue (1st innings win for Royal, Colombo) 
Royal: 320/7 declared 
Maris Stella (31/1 overnight): 178 (Sahan Perera 91, Prashan Kalhara 6/22, Gishan Balasooriya 3/51) and 154/9 (Naveen Fernando 40 n.o).
At Galle (1st innings win for Mahinda 
Mahinda: 225 and 18/2
St. Aloysius’ (24/2 overnight): 100 (Kushan Madusha 4/25, Ranmina Hettiaarchchi 3/21) and 197 (Niduka Malsith 65, Sandeepa Shamod 41, Kushan Madushka 6/82, Ranmina Hettiarachchi 3/52).
At Balapitiya (1st innings win for President’s College, Kotte)
Sri Devananda MV, Ambalangoda: 169 and 176 (Lasindu Lakshan 51, Sheron Hinidumage 48, Pasindu Premakumara 33, Pahan Sathsara 5/78, Vikum Kalhara 4/50)
President’s College (160/6 overnight): 181 (Ashan Wagaarachchi 46, Shehan Kesara 39, Vikum Kalhara 37, Kaveesha Kalpana 3/12, Chamika Perera 3/45) and 126/8 (Sasith Hasaranga 34, Samudu Pramod 3/23, Milaksha Senaratne 3/48).
At Ambepussa (St. Joseph’s, Kuliyapitiya won by 80 runs)
St. Joseph’s: 229 and 92/7 declared (L. Gamage 32, Narada Kanchana 4/10)
Bandaranayake MV, Mirigama (80/3 overnight) 115 (Shashika Dilshan 34, L. Gamage 3/11) and 126 (Shashika Dilshan 30, A. Biman 5/41, Yasiru Ayesh 3/25).
At Wennappuwa (Nugawela Central won by eight wickets)
St. Xavier’s, Marawila: 103 and (21/1 overnight) 105 (Roshen Savindu 31, Rasika Chathuranga 6/47)
Nugawela Central: 147 (Dilmika Dodanthanna 53, Roshen Savindu 6/44) and 62/2.   

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