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Jayamin Muthukumarana (Maliyadeva) plays a shot


By M. Shamil Amit

St. Anthony’s College, Wattala reached 59 for three in reply to Maliyadeva’s modest first innings score of 146 runs in their Under-19 Inter-Schools Cricket Tournament encounter which began at Wattala yesterday.

Avishka Tharindu (3/23), Kaveesha Dulanja (2/21), Amitha Sandeepa (2/23) and Dinuk Vishal (2/31) shared the wickets for the Antonians. 

Meanwhile, Christ the King College, Ja-ela were well set to build up a good first innings lead as they reached 132 for three after having bowled out Asoka MV, Colombo for a paltry 125 runs.  


Avishka Tharindu (St. Anthony’s) took three wickets
Pix by Pradeep Dilrukshana



At Wattala 
Maliyadeva: 146 (Gayan Karunanayake 37, Jayamin Muthukumarana 24, Avishka Tharindu 3/23, Kaveesha Dulanja 2/21, Amitha Sandeepa 2/23, Dinuk Vishal 2/31)
St. Anthony’s: 59/3 (Gihan Sasmitha 27, Romesh Suranga 24 n.o, Matheesha Weerasinghe 2/0).
At Ja-ela 
Asoka MV, Colombo: 125 (Nipuna Pramuditha 50, Sanush Madusha 37, Ameesha Diduranga 3/43, Rajkumar Suriyaarachchi 2/16, Rashmika Nonis 2/23)
Christ the King, Ja-ela: 132/3 (Hirushan Perera 47, Dharshana Chathuranga 64 n.o, Vihanga Kumara 2/21).
At Wennappuwa 
St. Xavier’s, Marawila: 32 (V. Viyaskanthan 4/4, T. Vithushan 3/11, N. Thivagaran 2/10)
Jaffna Central: 360/6 (A. Samsay 65, K. Iyalarasan 45, V. Viyaskanth 54, B. Inthujan 104 n.o, S. Rajclinton 30 n.o, Roshen Savindu 3/96, Akash Perera 2/79).
At Balangoda 
Bandarawela Central: 192 (Pamudu Sachintha 49, Pasindu Shamika 36, Yasitha Heshan 22, Pruthuvi Karunatileke 3/22, Tharusha Fernando 3/65, Sankanath Vishvameth 2/12)
Ananda Maithreeya Central, Balangoda: 179/6 (A. Chathushka 36, Lithija Kalhara 32, Rasindu Ananda 29, Sankanath Vishvameth 27, Bachana Prasanga 3/33).



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