Colts CC, SSC, Tamil Union, Army SC record third wins

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By M. Shamil Amit

Defending champions Colts CC along with SSC, Tamil Union and Army SC maintained their unbeaten record when they recorded their third successive wins of the ongoing Under 23 inter-club cricket tournament yesterday.

Colts CC underwent some anxious moments before pulling a close one-wicket win against Kalutara TC at the Colts.

SSC thanks to a top knock of 108 by Nuwanindu Fernando coasted to a massive 199-run win on the D/L method while Tamil Union overcame CCC by three wickets and Army SC defeated Police SC by 60 runs on the D/L method.

Meanwhile Lankan CC pulled off an upset when they got the better of last year’s runner’s-up Chilaw Marians CC with a comfortable win by 117-run. In the other matches played, NCC, Moors SC and BRC recorded their second wins.

Results

At Colts – Colts CC won by one wicket*
Kalutara TC:
205 for 9 in 50 overs (Ruvin Peiris 50, Shehan Dilshan 34, Likshan Sasanga 20 n.o.: Nipun Ransika 3/23, Rohan Sanjaya 3/47, Jehan Daniel 2/32)
Colts CC: 160 for 9 in 34.5 overs (Avishka Fernando 58, Heshan Dhanushka 39: Lasindu Aroshana 4/41, Inshaka Siriwardena 2/21, Senash Fernando 2/35)

At SSC – SSC won by 199 runs on D/L
SSC:
298 for 5 in 50 overs (Nuwanindu Fernando 108, Nipun Dhananjaya 32, Ashen Bandara 93 n.o.: Kushan Madusha 2/56, Ravishka Wijesiri 2/65)
Galle CC: 66 for 8 in 25.4 overs (Pawan Sandesh 27: Kalana Perera 4/22, Dilum Tilekeratne 2/14)

At P Sara Stadium – Tamil Union won by three wickets*
CCC:
214 for 6 in 50 overs (Malindu Maduranga 49, Chamindu Wijesinghe 41 n.o.: Ravindu Fernando 2/34)
Tamil Union: 184 for 7 in 40.1 overs (Navod Paranavithana 58: Suwath Mendis 4/23)

At Panagoda – Army SC won by 60 runs on D/L
Army SC:
204 for 9 in 50 overs (Harith Fernando 65, Gihan Koralage 32: Mohamed Faheem 3/36, Nadeera Balasuriya 2/18, Imosh Gunawardena 2/31)
Police SC: 100 for 7 in 24 overs (Mahesh Theekshana 2/7, Gihan Koralage 2/18, Hashan Sandeepa 2/22)

At FTZ Katunayake – Lankan CC won by 117 runs
Lankan CC:
197 in 40.3 overs (Vishwa Chathuranga 55, Kasun Abeyratne 41, Sawan Kankanange 37, Damith Silva 32: Lasith Croospulle 4/20, Sheshan Silva 2 /46)
Chilaw Marians CC: 80 in 27 overs (Raveen Yasas 22: Dunith Wellalage 3/16, Yasiru Rodrigo 2/15)

At NCC – NCC won by 87 runs on D/L
NCC:
248 for 7 in 50 overs (Dineth Jayakody 78, Kalana Wijesiri 50: Kavindu Dilhara 2 for 59)
Saracens SC: 81 for 5 in 29 overs (Navindu Nirmal 30: Chamika Gunasekera 2/6, Ashian Daniel 2/18)

At Braybrooke Place – Moors SC won by 94 runs
Moors SC:
294 for 8 in 50 overs (Mohamed Shamas 90, Pasindu Sooriyabandara 57, Dinuka Dilshan 53: Sanka Purna 5/46)
SLPA CC: 172 in 47.1 overs (Rashmika Mewan 63, Navodya Imesh 37: Praveen Jayawickrama 3/23, Kavishka Anjula 3/28)

At BRC – BRC won by seven wickets*
Sebastianites CC:
211 for 9 in 50 overs (Sachin Fernando 48: Milinda Abishek 3/54, Neranjana Wanniarachchi 2/42)
BRC: 160 for 3 in 27.1 overs (Yesith Rupasinghe 60, Nisal Fransisco 53, Hirantha Jayasinghe 31: Kalana Sandeep 2/3)

At Katunayake – Air Force SC won by three wickets*
Ragama CC:
185 in 43.1 overs (Manisha Ranasinghe 72, Yohan Liyanage 47: Ravindu Sembakuttige 3/25, Movin Subasinghe 2/36)
Air Force SC: 175 for 7 in 46 overs (Asintha Malshan 41, Chamikara Hewage 32, Shashika Priyamal 20 n.o.: Dellon Peiris 3/21, Shashika Dulshan 2/21)

At Reid Avenue – Bloomfield won by 27 runs on D/L
Bloomfield:
182 in 46.5 overs (Nipun Haggala 68: Inman Imesh 2/5, Nuwan Madusanka 2/44, Methushan Thilina 2/46)
Kandy Customs SC: 123 in 303 overs (Sasith Manuranga 51, Thimira Malshan 41: Dileepa Jayalath 3/16, Vinuja Ranpul 2/11)

At Welisara – Badureliya CC won by six wickets*
Navy SC:
184 for 7 in 47.4 overs (Bhagya Dissanayake 76, Shalith Fernando 52 n.o.: Malinda Jayod 4/34, Thamindu Wickramarachchi 2/33, Avindu Theekshana 2/37)
Badureliya CC: 125 for 4 in 23.4 overs (Nishitha Abilash 47, Sheran Fonseka 33: Samitha Ranga 2/19)

*Chasing revised target

Main photo: Nuwanindu Fernando scored a century for SSC, who coasted to a 199-run win

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