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Under 19 Limited Over Ishaq steers S. Thomas’ to quarters


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By M. Shamil Amit  

A half ton by Mohamed Ishaq helped S. Thomas’ College Mount Lavinia record a comfortable four-wicket win over Ananda College in the Under 19 Division One limited over cricket tournament pre-quarter final encounter played at Mt. Lavinia yesterday.   

The Thomians after bowling out the Anandians for 176 reached the target in the 46th over to advance to the quarter finals.  

Meanwhile Sri Sumangala College Panadura recorded an easy 114-run win over Holy Cross College Kalutara in the Under 19 Division Two limited over tournament pre-quarter final encounter to book the berth to quarter final.  


At Mt. Lavinia   
Ananda: 176 for 8 in 50 overs (Kanishka Ranthilakage 42, Kalana Wijesiri 27, Moashada Fernando 35 n.o., Shamilka Wickramatileke 3/27, Shehan Silva 2/33, Anuk Palihawadana 2/43)  
S. Thomas’: 177 for 6 in 45.3 overs (Mohamed Ishaq 54, Vinuja Wijebandara 27, Romesh Mendis 25, Shamilka Wickramatileke 18, Anuk Palihawadana 15 n.o., Janidu Jayawardena 2/29)  
At Panagoda – Sri Sumangala won by 114 runs  
Sri Sumangala: 222 in 45.3 overs (Imeth Gampola 56, Mihiranga Fernando 31, Vidusha Peiris 25, B. Hansaja 4/42, Pathum Fernando 3/38)  
Holy Cross: 108 in 35.3 overs (Sithum Sanjaya 28, Pathum Fernando 24, Anuka Jayasinghe 6/13, Sathira Fernando 2/15)   

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