NCC, Ragama CC record second successive win

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By M. Shamil Amit

NCC and Ragama CC recorded their second successive wins of the Major Club T20 cricket tournament when both teams coasted to convincing eight-wicket wins over SLPA CC and Sebastianites CC in the matches played at the CCC ground and P. Sara Stadium respectively today (05).

Meanwhile, Negombo CC, Saracens SC, Air Force SC, Moors SC and Kandy Customs CC began their campaign on a winning note while Chilaw Marians CC who underwent a shocking defeat against Kurunegala YCC chalked up their first win. The tournament will be continued tomorrow.

Results

At CCC – NCC won by eight wickets
SLPA CC 115 for 8 in 20 overs (Yohan de Silva 33, Irosh Samarasooriya 20; Chathuranga de Silva 2 for 16, Chamika Karunaratne 2 for 23)
NCC 119 for 2 in 15.1 overs (Angelo Perera 27, Lahiru Udara 65 n.o., Kamil Mishara 22 n.o.)
 

At P. Sara Stadium – Ragama CC won by eight wickets
Sebastianites CC 69 in 16 overs (Manelker de Silva 15; Binura Fernando 3 for 8, Ishan Jayaratne 2 for 8, Amila Aponso 2 for 10)
Ragama CC 70 for 2 in 9.5 overs (Udara Jayasundara 16, Dineth Thimodya 29 n.o., Janith Liyanage 23 n.o.)
 

At Katunayake – Negombo CC won by 47 runs
Negombo CC 172 for 6 in 20 overs (Madawa Warnapura 42, Ashen Silva 40, Dilshan Munaweera 39; Chameera Dissanayake 2 for 27, Duvindu Tilekeratne 2 for 27)
BRC 125 for 9 in 20 overs (Leo Fransisco 26, Lahiru Samarakoon 24, Shanuka Dulaj 19; Rosco Thattil 5 for 23, Roshen Fernando 2 for 13, Madawa Warnapura 2 for 20)
 

At P. Sara Stadium – Saracens SC won by eight wickets
Panadura SC 115 in 19.3 0vers (Aruna Dharmasena 29, Sanoj Dharshika 20, Nimesh Vimukthi 18; Chaminda Bandafra 3 for 22, Promod Maduwantha 2 for 16)
Saracens SC 119 for 2 in 19.4 overs (Hashan Dumindu 52, Charitha Kumarasinghe 61 n.o.)
 

At CCC – Air Force SC won by six wickets
Lankan CC 137 for 6 in 20 overs (Harsha Cooray 59, Saliya Saman 28, Primosh Perera 24, Shashan Silva 19; Lasanda Rukmal 3 got 34)
Air Force SC 138 for 4 in 17.1 overs (Madawa Nimesh 37, Sameera de Zoysa 30, Udayawansha Parakrama 16, Chamara Fernando 15, Sandaruwan Chinthaka 19 n.o.; Geeth Kumara 2 for 22)
 

At NCC – Moors SC won by six wickets
Police SC 98 for 9 in 20 overs (Dulash Udayanga 21, Supun Madusanka 15, Asel Sigera 21 n.o.; Jeevan Mendis 3 for 13, Dilesh Gunaratne 2 for 15, Adeesha Thilanchana 2 for 17)
Moors SC 99 for 4 in 14.5 overs (Pabasara Waduge 21, Pasindu Sooriyabandara 15, Mohamed Shamaz 26 n.o., Jeevan Mendis 23 n.o.)
 

At NCC – Chilaw Marians CC won by three wickets
Kalutara TC 111 for 9 in 20 overs (Geshan Wimaladharma 53; Pulina Tharanga 2 for 13, Thikshila de Silva 2 for 26)
Chilaw Marians CC 112 for 7 in 16.1 overs (Thikshila de Silva 38, Lasith Croospulle 33; Insaka Siriwardena 2 for 8, Denuwan Rajakaruna 2 for 24, Mithun Jayawardena 2 for 25)
 

At Katunayake – Kandy Customs CC won by four runs
Kandy Customs CC 158 for 8 in 20 overs (Akeel Inham 38, Rishi Bhardwaj 27, Sampath Perera 33 n.o.; Nimanda Madusanka 2 for 29)
Badureliya SC 154 for 9 in 20 overs (T.M. Sampath 43, Nimanda Madusanka 23, Gihan Rupasinghe 22, Gamindu Kanishka 21; Isitha Wijesundara 4 for 15, Sachithra Perera 2 for 23)

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