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Major Club T20 Tournament Lahiru, Dushan steer BRC to third win

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By M. Shamil Amit

Half tons by Lahiru Samarakoon and Dushan Hemantha helped BRC to record a 21 run win over Badureliya SC in the ongoing Major Club T20 cricket tournament played at P Sara Stadium yesterday.


The duo’s knocks saw BRC taking first lease of the wicket make a challenging 179 for 6 and Badureliya SC in their run chase was restricted to 158 for BRC to record their third win of the tournament.


Tamil Union coasted to an easy seven wicket win over Panadura SC in the match played at the NCC ground while the other two matches ended in no results.

 

Results:
At P Sara Stadium - BRC beat Badureliya by 21 runs
BRC 179 for 6 in 20 over (Lahiru Samarakoon 57, Bhanuka Rajapakse 22, Dushan Hemantha 58 n.o.: Nimnada Madusanka 3 for 28)
Badureliya SC 158 for 9 in 20 overs (Milinda Siriwardena 46, Sandun Weerakkody 33, Yasoda Lanka 32: Chameera Dissanayake 3 for 17, Mohamed Shiraz 2 for 23, Lahiru Samarakoon 2 for 29)
At NCC – Tamil Union won by seven wickets
Panadura SC 115 in 19.2 overs (Ashen Mendis 26, Hans Fernando 26: Shiran Fernando 3 for 21, Sachindu Colombage 2 for 18, Isuru Udana 2 for 28)
Tamil Union 116 for 3 in 14.4 overs (Sadeera Samarawickrama 43, Sithara Gimhan 36, Manoj Sarathchandra 22)
At P Sara Stadium - No Result
Galle CC 144 for 7 in 20 overs (Eranga Ratnayake 51, Dilshan Kanchana 45: Nishan Peiris 3 for 33, Dilshan Munaweera 2 for 24) vs. Negombo CC
At NCC – No Result
Sebastianites CC 131 in 30 overs (Sameen Kandanaarachchi 30, Tharusha Fernando 30, Pathum Madusanka 22, Sacha de Alwis 19, Manelker de Silva 16: Ziya Mohamed 2 for 20, Chanaka Ruwansiri 2 for 22, Buddika Madushan 2 for 32)
Navy SC 10 for 0 in 2 overs. 

 

 

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