NCC record fourth successive win

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By M. Shamil Amit

NCC continued their winning spree when they outclassed Air Force SC by 80- runs to record their fourth successive win of the ongoing Major Club T20 cricket tournament.

Meanwhile Kuruneagala YCC and Ragama CC met their waterloo when they underwent defeats to SSC by seven wickets and Panadura SC by 42 runs.

In the other matches played BRC along with Saracens SC, Bloomfield, Moors SC and Badureliya SC come out victorious.

Results:

At P Sara Stadium – NCC won by 80 runs

NCC: 170 for 5 in 20 overs (Angelo Perera 45, Chathuranga de Silva 41, Sahan Arachchige 44 n.o., Sanjaya Ranaweera 2/21)

Air Force SC: 90 in 16.4 overs (Sameera de Zoysa 25, Udayawansha Parakrama 22, Ravindu Thiwanka 2/4, Sahan Arachchige 2/17, Ashan Daniel 2/20)

At SSC – BRC won by 39 runs

BRC: 169 for 7 in 20 overs (Shanuka Dulaj 55, Anuk Fernando 46 n.o.: Shehan Weerasinghe 2/33, Isitha Wijesundara 2/52)

Kandy Customs CC: 130 for 9 in 20 overs (Shehan Weerasinghe 45, Vishwa Wijeratne 39, Sachintha Peirs 3/28, Chameera Dissanayake 2/18, Lahiru Samarakoon 2/33)

At NCC – Saracens SC won by 11 runs

Saracens SC: 161 for 5 in 20 overs (Hashan Dumindu 62, Charitha Kumarasinghe 35, Chathuru Randunnu 2/16, Manelker de Silva 2/35)

Sebastianites CC: 150 for 8 in 20 overs (Sachitha Jayatileke 43, Samin Kandanaarchchi 42, Hashen Ramanayake 3/26, Malinga Amarasinghe 2/14)

At P Sara Stadium – Bloomfield won by 39 runs

Bloomfield: 127 for 6 in 20 overs (Dilhan Cooray 73, Pasindu Madawa 3/7, Adeesha Nanayakkara 2/29)

SLPA CC: 88 for 8 in 20 overs (Shashrika Pussegolla 23, Mishen Silva 2/5, Gayan Sirisoma 2/19, Deshan Fernando 2/20)

At Colts – Moors SC won by seven wickets

Chilaw Marians CC: 96 in 20 overs (Pulina Tharanga 36, Ranitha Liyanaarachchi 4/27, Dilesh Gunaratne 3/12, Adeesha Thilanchana 2/14)

Moors SC: 97 for 3 in 14.2 overs (Mahela Udawatte 68 n.o., Avindu Theekshana 2/23)

At Colts – SSC won by seven wickets

Kurunegala YCC: 127 for 6 in 20 overs (Ravindra Karunaratne 56, Randeera Ranasinghe 38, Himesh Ramanayake 3/16, Jeffrey Vandersay 2/21)

SSC: 128 for 3 in 14.5 overs (Nuwanidu Fernando 39, Nipun Dhananjaya 28, Charith Asalanka 37 n.o.)

At NCC – Panadura SC won by 42 runs

Panadura SC: 130 for 7 in 20 overs (Aruna Dharmasena 22, Nimesh Vimukthi 33 n.o., Janaka Sampath 2/8, Amila Aponso 2/19, Ishan Jayaratne 2/35)

Ragama CC: 88 in 16.2 overs (Ishan Jayaratne 29, Shanuka Madushan 2/14, Yomesh Ranasinghe 2/18, Charith Jayampathi 2/22)

At Colts –Badureliya SC won by 48 runs

Badureliya SC: 156 for 8 in 20 overs (Sandun Weerakkody 35, Yasoda Lanka 33, Gamindu Kanishka 38 n.o., Nisala Tharaka 2/26, Roshen Fernando 2/36)

Negombo CC: 108 in 18.5 overs (Dilshan Munaweera 27, Buddika Sanjeewa 3/15, Nimanda Madusanka 3/26, Alankara Asanka 2/25)

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