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Royal take big first innings lead, 33/2 in second innings

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S. Thomas' College were bowled out for 153 in their first innings of the 144th Battle of the Blues, with Royal College carrying forward a 173-run lead. 

That lead was extended by a further 34 runs after 10 overs of Royal College's second innings. , 

Bulan Weeratunga was the pick of the bowlers for Royal College taking 3 for 26, with Ranuka, Sandesh and Sineth taking two wicekts a piece. 

Royal College 326 for 8 and 33 for 2 in 10 overs 

S. Thomas' College 153 in 55 overs (Senadhi Bulankulama 40, Mahith Perera 30, Nathan Caldera 20, Bulan Weeratunga 3/26m sandesh Ramanayake 2/36, Ranuka Malaviarachchi 2/39, Sineth Jayawardena 2/9)

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