A five-wicket haul by right-arm-spinner Geethaka Fernando and a half ton by Mahel Jayalath saw St Benedict’s College come out on top against St. Aloysius College Galle at the end of the first day’s play in the Under 19 inter-school cricket encounter played at the Galle Stadium.
Two impressive performances, one by left arm leg spinner Tharaka Devapriya who claimed 6.36 and the other by Chalith Chamod who top scored with 73 helped P. De S. Kularatne M.V. Ambalangoda to post a 106 run first innings win over St. Thomas’ College Matale in their under 19 inter School Cricket fixture concluded at St. Thomas’ ground Matale.
Half tons by Mohamed Ahanam (85) and Tuan Safran (82) helped Zahira College reached a formidable 305 against Revatha MMV, Balapitiya in their U-19 cricket match which began at Maradana yesterday. At stumps Revata were 98 for 3.
St. Anthony’s reached a commanding 171 for 7 at stumps on day one after bowling Vidyartha out for paltry 64 runs in their U-19 cricket match at Katugatota yesterday. Dilan Bandara was the pick of the bowler claiming six for 27 runs)
The curtains of the 3rd Harmony Cup T20 will come down today with a final showdown between Ananda College and Richmond College who sealed their berths to the final with wins over St. Peter’s College and Polonnaruwa Combined Schools in the two semi-final encounters played at St Patrick’s ground in Jaffna yesterday.
The round robin matches of the 3rd Murali Harmony Cup T20 cricket tournament which ended in three venues today saw defending champions St. Peter’s College, Ananda College, Richmond College and Polonnaruwa Combined Schools, qualifying for the semi-finals.
Defending champions St. Peter’s College were given a fright by the gallant FOG-Seenigama youngsters before they scraped through to their second win of the 3rd Murali Harmony Cup T20 played at the Kilinochchi Central College grounds.
St Peter’s College, the defending champions of the Murali Harmony Cup T20 tournament, began their campaign in the third edition of the tournament with an easy eight-wicket win against Kilinochchi-Mullativu Combined Schools in a Group C match played at the Kilinochchi Central College ground.
By M. Shamil Amit Bandaranayake MV Gampaha recorded a stunning innings and 61 runs win over fancied Joseh Vaz Wennappuwa in the Under 19 inter-school cricket encounter concluded at the FTZ ground in Katunayake yesterday. Bandaranayake MV having dominated the opening day’s play kept up their momentum on the second day thanks to Wageesha Wanigasekera […]
Sri Sumangala Panadura dominated the first day’s play against P de S. Kularatne MV Ambalangoda in the Under 19 inter-school cricket match played at Panadura.
Chanaka Ratnayake of Vidyartha College claimed fine figures of seven for 45 in their drawn inter-school cricket match against St. Mary’s, Kegalle at Pallekele yesterday.
Ananda recorded an easy first innings win over Maliyadeva, Kurunegala in the Under 19 inter-school match concluded at Kurunegala yesterday. Maliyadeva 131 (Sachintha Peiris 88: Dilanka Sandaken 4 for 21, Kavishka Anjula 3 for 20) and 25 for 2
S. Thomas’ College were set for the kill against Dharmasoka MV Ambalangoda at the end of the first day’s play in their Under 19 inter-school cricket encounter played at Mt Lavinia.
Proceedings in the first day’s play of the Under 19 inter-school cricket encounter between Royal College Panadura and Anuradhapura Central at the Panadura Esplanade were delayed due to a wet outfield.
Sri Sumanagala Panadura coasted to their second outright win of the Under 19 inter-school cricket tournament with a convincing nine wicket win over S de S. Jayasinghe MMV Dehiwala in the match concluded at Dehiwala yesterday.
Royal College, Colombo won the Albert Edirisinghe Challenge trophy with a 1-0 win in the second leg of the 20th Annual Royal-Mahinda football encounter, played at the Royal College, Colombo sports complex yesterday.
Cricket stars Muttiah Muralitharan, Mahela Jayawardena and Kumar Sangakkara combined to issue an open invitation to all Sri Lankans to visit the North and attend the Murali Cup junior cricket tournament they have helped to organize with the main aim of developing cricket in the areas affected by the country’s 30-year long civil war.
Sri Sumangala Panadura thanks to half tons by Samith Yasantha and Nadiru Rukshan came out on top against S de S. Jayasinghe MMV Dehiwala at the end of the first day’s play in the Under 19 match played at Dehiwala.
Lumbini MV recorded a first win over St. Servatius Matara in their Under 19 inter-school cricket encounter which ended at the Sooriyawewa Stadium today.
Gateway College won the Carlton Cup 3X3 Under 19 tournament defeating St. Joseph College, Colombo 7-6 in the cup final.