Petes record fifth win, St. Anne’s stun Joes, Sahan helps Lumbini


Under 19 Division I Cricket

by Reemus FeRnando Spinners Sahan Kaushalya and Mewan Dissanayake picked up five wickets each to help their schools record big victories as Lumbini, St. Benedict’s, St. Peter’s, St. Anne’s, Dharmasoka, Mahanama, Isipatana and Thurstan registered victories in the Under 19 Division I Limited Overs Tier ‘A’ and ‘B’ tournament matches played on Thursday.

In reply to Lumbini’s 250 runs, St. Aloysius’ were strongly placed at 98 for two wickets at one stage before Sahan Kaushalya came up with a five wicket haul to restrict St. Aloysius’ to 161 runs. Kaushalya completed impressive figures 8-2- 20-5 as Lumbini registered a 89 runs win. At Kotahena, left arm spinner Mewan Dissanayake rattled St.

Thomas’ Matara for 59 runs to set the stage for St. Benedict’s to record an eight wickets win. At Pannipitiya, St. Peter’s College registered their fifth consecutive victory of the tournament as Vishen Halabmage, Nimuthu Gunawardena and Lashmika Perera came up with good all round performances for them to beat Dharmapala. The day’s most stunning victory was recorded by St. Anne’s as they beat St. Joseph’s after restricting the visitors to 127 runs at Kurunegala.

St. Peter’s beat Dharmapala by 45 runs at Pannipitiya


St. Peter’s 223 for 9 in 50 overs (Vishen Halabmage 82, Nimuthu Gunawardena 22, Lashmika Perera 29n.o., Lakindu Sachin 30; Menusha Pabasara 2/39, Sithum Chamalka 2/45, Sahan Lithmina 2/33)

Dharmapala 178 all out in 42.3 overs (Praveen Kumarapperuma 30, Yasith Ashen 29, Nulan Seneviratne 24; Nimuthu Gunawardena 3/28, Vishen Halambage 3/44, Lashmika Perera 2/04)

 Dharmasoka beat Moratu Vidyalaya by eight runs at Moratuwa


Dharmasoka 132 all out in 42.4 overs (Kaveesha Mandil 40, Senitha Helambage 25; Malith Fernando 4/16, Shehara Fernando 2/13, Kavishka Oshan 2/17)

Moratu Vid. 124 all out in 46.2 overs (Isuru Fernando 50; Pathum Malitha 5/21, Jithira Sansika 3/26)

 Mahanama beat Prince of Wales by seven wickets at Moratuwa


 Prince of Wales 165 all out in 44.5 overs (Tharindu Amarasinghe 58, Sumalka Fernando 43, Rivith Jayasuriya 19, Omesh Mendis 19; Inuka Karannagoda 3/32, Rashmika Perera 2/02)

 Mahanama 168 for 3 in 29.1 overs (Banula Algawatte 58, Kavindu Amameth 52, Viranga Yeshan 28, Koojana Perera 16n.o.; Prince Fernando 3/48)

 St. Benedict’s beat St. Thomas’ by eight wickets at Kotahena


St. Thomas’ 59 all out 29.3 overs (Dumindu Sakshara 15; Mewan Dissanayake 5/19)

St. Benedict’s 60 for 2 in 10 overs (Viduneth Wilson 20n.o.)

Lumbini beat St. Aloysius’ by 89 runs at BRC


Lumbini 250 all out in 48.4 overs (Nabeel Rajudeen 45, Sahan Kaushalya 47, Dineth Anjana 38, Malith Bimsara 37; Kalana Pathum 3/40, Bashana de Silva 3/44, Induwara Udena 2/34)

St. Aloysius’ 161 all out in 38.2 overs (Charya Paranavithana 47, Bashana de Silva 45, Hasitha Suranga 32, Sahan Kaushalya 5/20, Dumindu Sewmina 2/23, Yasiru Yugath 2/38)

S. Anne’s beat St. Joseph’s by five wickets at Kurunegala


St. Joseph’s 127 all out in 48.3 overs (Naren Muralidaran 46n.o.; Kavindu Bandara 3/28, Janith Madushanka 2/13, Kevin Nanayakkara 3/14)

St. Anne’s 129 for 5 in 45 overs (Mahima Kotuwila 51n.o., Yasmin Jayasundara 20)

Isipatana beat St. Servatius’ by 83 runs at Uyanwatta


Isipatana 236 for 6 in 50 overs (Tharusha Nethsara 67, Yesith Kalupahana 56, Tarushka Ashen 32, Kevin Samuel 35; Damindu Sankalpa 3/46, Viran Chamuditha 2/29)

St. Servatius’ 153 all out in 45 overs (Vishwa Supun 25, Viran Chamuditha 22, Denuwan Pramod 20, Tharushka Ashen 4/27, Sithuka Gunawardena 2/29, Selvakadir Abileshwaran 2/14)

Thurstan beat Zahira by three runs at Maradana


Thurstan 211 all out in 49.2 overs (Ushan Imesh 59, Shanikya Deshapriya 45, Kavinda Prabath 27n.o., Azeem Mohamed 28; Lakshan de Silva 2/16, Mohamed Yasir 2/33, Venkat Rajendran 2/43, Raeed Rizwan 2/44)

Zahira 208 all out in 50 overs (Mohamed Yasir 52, Venkat Rajendran 38, Lakshan de Silva 22; Thanuga Palihawadana 3/38, Duvindu Nishan 2/34, Azeem Mohamed 2/29)

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