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U-19 Cricket Tourney S. Thomas’, St. Sebastian’s bow out of contention

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By M. Shamil Amit

Last year runners-up S. Thomas’ College, Mount Lavinia and St. Sebastian’s College, Moratuwa bowed out of contention from the Under-19 Division One Inter-Schools Cricket Tournament after losing their respective pre quarter-finals which concluded yesterday.

S. Thomas’ went down to Gurukula MV, Kelaniya on bonus points at Mount Lavinia while Nalanda recorded a comfortable first innings win to oust St. Sebastian’s.

Meanwhile, in the other two pre quarter finals which began yesterday, defending champions St. Joseph’s amassed 450 for nine against St. Anne’s College, Kurunegala while Richmond made 65 for five against Mahanama, Colombo. 



At Mount Lavinia (Gurukula MV won on bonus points)
S. Thomas’ (290/8 overnight): 322/9 declared (Shalin de Mel 71, Dilmin Ratnayake 47, Ryan Fernando 37, Thevin Eriyagama 29, Kishan Munasinghe 22, Maneesha Rupasinghe 20, Yasiru Rodrigo 50 n.o, Risitha Sankalpa 3/51, Thushara Madushan 2/48)
Gurukula MV: 228/6 (Sithija Chamod 38, Rashmika Mevan 28, Likshan Sasanga 25, Praveen Nimesh 72 n.o, Dinith Chamara 33 n.o, Dhiren de Silva 2/22).
At Campbell Place (1st innings win for Nalanda)
St. Sebastian’s: 225 and 108/1 (Sukitha Prasanna 23, Dunith Jayatunga 74 n.o)
Nalanda (98/0 overnight): 305 (Avishka Perera 117, Ravindu de Silva 88, Ranindu de Silva 54, Nadeera Fernando 6/49, Induwara de Alwis 2/51).
At Darley Road 
St. Joseph’s: 450/9 (Dineth Jayakody 131, Sadeesh Jayawardena 65, Dunith Wellalage 62, Ashian Daniel 22, Miranga Wickramage 126 n.o, Rishitha Perera 5/71, Pasindu Fernando 2/112, Kavindu Ranasinghe 2/125) vs St Anne’s. 
At Reid Avenue 
Richmond: 265/5 (Thaveesha Abishek 77, Dimuth Sandaruwan 59, Kavindu Nirmana 45, Bhanuka Manohara 33, Dilum Sudeera 25 n.o, Devindu Kekirideniya 3/47) vs Mahanama. 
At Maradana 
St. Benedict’s: 216 (Hasindu Kaviratne 54, Shehan Fernando 39, Kaviru Perera 36, Yohan Soysa 26, Ashen de Soysa 21, Mohamed Shamaaz 4/57, Imtiaz Slasa 3/61)
Zahira, Colombo: 157/5 (Mohamed Shamaaz 70, Imtiaz Slasa 41, Mohamed Adhil 20, Omila Barusha 2/28).

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