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Panadura SC shock BRC by 2-wkt. win, Dhananjaya stars in Tamil Union’s win over Ace Capital

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CCC, NCC and Bloomfield also victorious

By Srian Obeyesekere

Panadura SC, led by former Sri Lanka cricketer Indika de Saram, shocking BRC by a 2-wicket win despite having been led by their opponents on the first innings by 152 runs was a significant feature of the weekend’s SLC Major League Tournament matches. Panadura’s Rajeewa Weerasinghe set the stage with the ball scything BRC with 6 wickets for 69 and Nimesh Vimukthi 3 for 43 in bundling out BRC for 133 in their second essay. Chasing a target of 286, Panadura’s batsmen performed a remarkable job in getting home on half centuries by Raminda Wijesooriya 75, skipper Indika de Saram 62 and Roshan Wijenayake 55.

Tamil Union’s Dhananjaya de Silva came trumps up in tilting the scales his side’s way to a resounding 148-run win over ACE Capital CC  following low scoring first innings exchanges by top scoring as in the first innings with 87 off 129 balls hitting 6 boundaries and a six at the FTZ Complex, Katunayake.

Other victorious teams were CCC, NCC and Bloomfield recorded outright wins in fixtures yesterday.

ASHIAN DANIEL 12 WICKETS

Ashian Daniel claimed a match bag of 12-wickets in propelling NCC to victory over Air Force in their Sri Lanka Cricket Major League Tournament fixture at the FTZ Complex Katunayake yesterday.

ASELA GUNARATNE BACK IN FORM WITH SECOND TON

A noteworthy feature was former Sri Lanka player Asela Gunaratne’s comeback to form striking his second century in the tournament 112 off 123 balls containing 14 boundaries and a six as Army SC responded with 364 for 7 to Galle CC’s 408 in what petered out to a tame draw at the Galle International Cricket Stadium.

DASUN SHANAKA 67 OFF 36 FOR SSC

Meanwhile, Sri Lanka ODI captain Dasun Shanaka hogged the limelight stroking a whirlwind 67 off 36 balls powered by 5 sixes and 4 boundaries as SSC declared the second innings on 285 for 5 in the high scoring drawn affair against Kandy Customs CC who were game to the task responding with 304 for 5 in their second essay chasing 428 for victory.

Chanaka Komasaru’s 8 wickets in an innings came to naught with Bloomfield winning by two-wickets at Surrey Grounds, Maggona.

 

CHIEF SCORES:

At Katunayake – NCC beat Air Force SC by 4 wickets.

Air Force 153 (Rosko Thattil 63, Lasith Embuldeniya 4/72, Ashian Daniel 5/5) and 218 (Kemira Wijenayake 85, Ashian Daniel 7/73).

NCC: 282 (Kamil Mishara n.o. 120, Moving Subasinghe 4/68) And 90/6  (Lahiru Udara 46, Moving Subasinghe 3/65, Madushanka Premaratne 3/65, Madushanka Premaratne 3/14).

 

At P.Saravanamuththu International Stadium – CCC beat Ragama CC by 5 wickets.

Ragama CC 194 (Nishan Madushka 101, Janith Liyanage 47, Asitha Fernando 3/42,Ashan Priyanjan 5/45) and 171 all out Santhush Gunatilleka 80,Daminda Fernando 35,Sonal Dinusha 6/36). CCC: 262 (Kamindu Mendis 89, Anjala Bandara 50,Sashika Dulshan 5/51) And 104/5 (Ashan Priyanjan 32*, Sashika Dulshan 4/52)

 

At Maggona Surrey Grounds. Bloomfield beat Baduraliya SC by 22 runs.

Bloomfield 120 (Parvez Rasool 6/43,Chanaka Komasaru 3/66 And 240 (Nipun Karunanayake 70, Lahiru Madushanka 56,Chanaka Komasaru 8/96).

Baduraliya SC 122 (Maduranga Soyza 46, Sahan Nanayakkara 6/51) And 216 (Ayana Siriwardena 60, Parvez Rasool 71, Sahan Nanayakkara 5/73)

 

At FTZ Complex, Katunayake. Tamil Union beat Ace Capital CC by 148 runs.

Tamil Union 124 (Dhananjaya de Silva 55, Wanuja Sahan 6/46,Roshan Jayatissa 4/58) And 251 (Dhananjaya de Silva 87,Roshan Jayatissa 5/96,Wanuja Sahan 3/90). Tamil Union’s Dhananjaya de Silva came trumps up in tilting the scales his side’s way to a resounding 148-run win over ACE Capital CC  following low scoring first innings exchanges by top scoring as in the first innings with 87 off 129 balls hitting 6 boundaries and a six at the FTZ Complex, Katunayake.

Ace Capital CC 112 (Shiran Fernando 4/29) And 115 (Kavindu Amantha34, Ravindu Fernando 6/26)

At BRC grounds. Panadura SC beat BRC by 2 wickets.

BRC 369 (Dushan Hemantha 102, Dulash Udayanga 51, Rajeewa Weerasinghe 6/95) And 133 (Dushan Hemantha 75, Rajeewa Weerasinghe 6/69, Nimesh Vimukthi 3/43). Panadura SC: 217 (Roshan Wijenayake 55, Indika de Saram 35) And 286/8 (Saranga Rajaguru 58, Indika de Saram 62, Raminda Winesooriya 75, Mohammed Shiraz 3/63, Umeshka Morais 3/75)

At Moors Grounds. Moors SC vs Police SC Drawn

Moors SC 154 and 232 (Sohan de Livera 40, Milan Rathnayake n.o. 36, Imthiyas Slaza 30, Pasindu Sooriyabandara 25, Kavindu Kulasekara 23, Praveen Jyawickrama 22, Ramesh Mendis 16, Mohammed Shamaz 16, Nalin Priyadarshana 3/65, Malinda Pushpakumara 3/93, Heshan Danushka 1/1, Priyamal Perera 1/10, Danal Hemananda 1/41,

Police SC 265 (71.5 Overs) And 63/7 (Dhanuja Induwara 26, Kusal Perera 18, Gitansh Khera 11, Theesan Vithushan 4/9, Lahiru Samarakoon 2/9, Ramesh Mendis 1/27)

At Moratuwa Sebastianites C&AC vs Chilaw Marians CC Drawn

Sebastianites: 342/8 decl.

Chilaw Marians CC 223/4 (Kasun Vidura 72, Ninad Kadam n.o. 56, Ramesh Nimantha 39, Lasith Lakshan 30, Mohammed Dilshad 2/34, Chamikara Edirisinghe 2/52)

At Galle ICS Galle CC vs Army SC Drawn

Galle CC 408

Army SC: 364/7 (Asela Gunaratne 112, 123, 14, 1, Lakshan Edirisinghe 87, Suminda Lakshan 48, Shehan Fernando 45, Ashan Randika 33, Pathum Kumara 14, Sachithra Perera 4/106, Umega Chaturanga 2/67, Sahan Adeesha Appuhami 1/72)

 

At SSC Grounds SSC vs Kandy Customs CC Drawn

SSC 454/9 And 285/5 decl.(Sadisha Rajapaksa 90, Dasun Shanak 67, Lakshitha Manasinghe 32, Avishka Fernando 30, Mithun Jayawickrama 2/55, Gayan Sirisoma 2/62, Yohan Maddege 1/57)

Kandy Customs CC 312 And 304/5 (Imal Liyanage 69, Sameen Kandanearachchi 69, Sahan Kosala 40, Imesh Udayanga 38, Deshan Dias 22, Yohan Maddege 16, Mlinda Maduranga 12, Gayan Sirisoma 10, Nimnaka Jayathilake 4/107, Nisala Tharaka 3/34, Dasun Shanaka 1/13, Chamindu Wickramasinghe 1/65, Lakshitha Manasinghe 1/74)

At Colts Grounds Negombo CC vs Colts CC Drawn

Negombo CC 147 And 261/8 decl. (Ashen Silva 43, Himasha Liyanage 42, Angelo Jayasinghe 38, Danushka Sandaruwan 37,Pasindu Lakshanaka 32, Madawa Warnapura n.o.  20, Upul Indrasiri n.o. 12, Jatin Saxena 10, Akila Dananjaya 4/117, Sangeeth Cooray 2/22, Shyamsunder Krishnashriram 2/34)

Colts CC: 220 and 79/9 (Avishka Perera 18, Hashan Dumindu 13, Shalin de Mel 11, Nishan Peiris 4/25, Danushka Sandaruwan 3/21, Upul Indrasiri 2/12)

 

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