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Under 19 Limited Over Successive wins for Wesley, Mahanama and Mahinda

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By M. Shamil Amit  

Wesley along with Mahanama Colombo and Mahinda Galle recorded their second successive wins of the ongoing Under 19 inter-school limited over tournament overcoming DSS, St. Benedict’s and St. Aloysius  in the matches played at Campbell Park, Kotahena and Galle yesterday.  

Wesley propelled by a knock of 57 from Sahil Dias and an unbroken stand of 66 runs for the seventh wicket between Rakith Fernando and Anudith Wickramasinghe secured a four wicket win.Mahinda helped by half tons from Kosala Udayanga, Navod Paranavithana and Rashmika Madusanka coasted to a comfortable 86 run win, while Mahanama overcame St. Benedict’s by 91 runs.

In the other matches played Prince of Wales along with Thurstan, St. Sebastian’s, Lumbini MV, St. Joseph Vaz Wennappuwa and Isipathana came out victorious.



At Campbell Park – Wesley won by four wickets
DSS: 196 in 47.2 overs (Maneendra Jayatileke 46, Manura Gathsara 41, Thenuka Perera 3/28, Ravindu Sigera 2/22, Anudith Wickramasinghe 2/43)
 Wesley: 200 for 6 in 47.5 overs (Sahil Dias 57, Rakith Fernando 42 n.o., Anudith Wickramasinghe 29 n.o.)
At Galle – Mahinda won by 86 runs on Parabola
Mahinda: 260 for 5 in 50 overs (Kosala Udayanga 75, Navod Paranavithana 65, Rashmika Madusanka 64 n.o.: Sandeepa Shamod 2/50)
St. Aloysius’ Galle: 65 for 2 in 21.1 overs (Archana Udugampola 34 n.o.)
At Kotahena – Mahanama won by 91 runs
Mahanama Colombo: 234 for 6 in 50 overs (Pavan Ratnayake 45, Savhira Weliwatta 69 n.o., Akindu Karunaratne 2/42)
 St. Benedict’s: 143 in 47.4 overs (Sharujan Shanmuganathan 31, Chamath Chaturya 25 n.o., Sethum Kemula 3/30, Pavan Ratnayake 2/17, Devindu Kekirideniya 2/22, Sampath Nissanka 2/32)
At Moratuwa – Prince of Wales won by six wickets on Parabola
S. Thomas’: 114 in 38.3 overs (Thenuka Liyanage 49 n.o., Pasindu Pathum 4/32, Mahinsa Dinushan 2/18)
Prince of Wales: 112 for 4 in 23.4 overs (Tharindu Amarasinghe 37, Upeka Fernando 32 n.o.)
At Thurstan – Thurstan won by eight wickets
Dharmaraja: 91 in 33 overs (Malitha Hapuarachchi 29, Nipun Premaratne 4/32, Puthila Kumara 2/15)
Thurstan: 92 for 2 in 18.2 overs (Dhananja Silva 35, Sandeepa Kalhara 28 n.o.)
At Moratuwa – St. Sebastian’s won by two runs
 St. Sebastian’s: 134 in 48.5 overs (Savindu Rodrigo 29, Shenuka de Silva 4/30, Mithira Thenura 2/9)
St. Joseph’s: 132 in 49.5 overs (Sheran Fonseka 28, Kalana Sandeepa 3/31, Mahen Silva 2/15, Sandesh Fernando 2/29)
At BRC – Lumbini MV won by five wickets
St. Servatius’ Matara: 121 in 47.3 overs (Dininu Abeywickramasinghe 69, Sasanka Nethmina 3/15, Sahan Kaushalya 3/25)
 Lumbini MV: 125 for 5 in 34 overs (Gimhana Theekshana 46, Sakuna Nidarshana 32, Damindu Sankalpa 2/44)
At Katuneriya – St. Joseph Vaz won by eight runs on Parabola
St. JosephVaz Wennappuwa: 160 in 49.2 overs (Kaushan Wijeratne 37, Menusha Perera 34, Raaed Rizwan 4/35, Adhil Ismarly 2/23)
 Zahira Colombo: 143 in 43 overs (Raaed Rizwan 37, Shawn Shenil 3/32, Kaushan Wijeratne 3/39, Menusha Perera 2/12)
At Pannipitiya – Isipathana won by three runs on Parabola
Isipathana: 167 in 40.5 overs (Thevindu Dickwella 44, Thisara Sishara 3/13, Sachintha Chamika 2/30)
Dharmapala MV Pannipitiya: 149 for 6 in 40.1 overs (Pasindu Theekshana 33, Hiru Pawan 46 n.o., Lomitha Ravindith 2/19)  

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