Ton after ton for in-form Santhush

Singer U19 Division I Cricket Tournament 2018/19

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St. Peter’s play back to back matches meeting Lumbini College in a Group ‘B’ match of the Singer U19 Division I Tournament 2018/19 today, 7th January. Four other games were also played around the island.

St. Peter’s College, Colombo vs Lumbini College, Colombo

St. Peter’s are in a wonderful run in the Singer U19 tournament. The leading performer of the pack, Santhush Gunathilake, is in red-hot form as he followed up his double ton with another astonishing hundred as St. Peter’s ended their first-innings at 294 runs for the loss of 7 wickets and declared the innings. Prabath Madushanka was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 3 for 69.

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Lumbini College was at 115 runs for the loss of 6 wickets by the end of the day with the go-to man of Lumbini College, Ravishka Wijesiri at the crease with 39 runs to his name.

Video – අනාගතය දැක නව සැලසුමක් සහිතව තරග කරන ලුම්බිණි විද්‍යාලය – 2018/19 Preview

ක්‍රීඩකයින් 9 දෙනෙකු සිය වගකීම හැකි උපරිමයෙන් ඉටුකොට පාසල් ක්‍රිකට් කණ්ඩායමට

Brief scores

St. Peter’s College, Colombo 294/7d (44)

Santhush Gunathilake 103, Nipunaka Fonseka 86, Bhanuka de Silva 32, Dinith Anjula 29, Prabath Madushanka 3/69, Vishmitha Wijesiri 2/32

Lumbini College, Colombo 115/6 (25)

Ravishka Wijesinghe 39*, Shavinda Sankalpa 25, Sadunil Sankalpa 20*, Cariq Sabur 2/30 , Shivan Perera 3/28

STUMPS – DAY 1

Ashan, Aveesha wreck Bens at home

St. Benedict’s College, Colombo ended their tournament fixture of the Singer U19 Division I tournament 2018/19 against


St. Joseph’s College, Colombo vs St. Sebastian’s College, Moratuwa

The Moratuwa school played host to the boys from Darley road in this traditional encounter. St. Sebastian’s won the toss and elected to bat first. Nistha Abilash topped the batting chart with a well-made 88 runs while the left-arm battalion cleared the batting line-up. Shalinda Senevirathne picked up 6 wickets while Miranga Wickramage and Dunith Wellalage picked up 2 wickets a peice. St. Sebastian’s College made 232 runs for their first-innings.

St. Joseph’s were at a comfortable position by close of play as they were at 148 runs for the loss of 2 wickets. Johanne de Zilva made a valuable 80 while the young kid on the block, Shevon Daniel scored 37 runs.

Brief score

St. Sebastian’s College, Moratuwa 232 (64.4)

Nistha Abilsh 88, Thasik Perera 38, Dunith Jayathunga 37, Nuwanidu Fernando 35, Shalinda Senavirathne 6/81, Miranga Wikramage 2/19 Dunith Wellalage 2/55

St. Joseph’s College, Colombo 148/2 (32)

Johanne De Zilva 80, Shevon Daniel 37

STUMPS – DAY 1

Dineth Jayakody and Dunith Wellalage put Joes on top

Seven matches of the Singer Schools ‘Under 19 Division 1’ Cricket Tournament 2018/19 were conducted today around


St. Aloysius’ College, Galle vs St. Anne’s College, Kurunegala

Batting first St. Aloysius’ College scored a modest 213 runs for the loss of 9 wickets. Manushka Samith was the top-scorer for St. Aloysius’ while Annite skipper, Kavindu Ranasinghe picked up 4 wickets with his leg-spin. The Musammil brothers picked up 2 wickets each.

The host was troubled by the boys from Galle as they restricted them to just 79 runs. Manushka Samith picked up 3 wickets for 19 runs.

The Annites managed to make amends in the second-innings as they managed to draw the game batting 70 overs for 167 runs. The star batsman for St. Anne’s was Lasith Warnakulasooriya with 55 runs to his name.

Brief scores

St. Aloysius’ College, Galle 213/9d (78.2)

Manushka Sameth 50, Chathura Prabath 48, Sandeepa Chamod 30, Kavindu Dilhara 27, Ravindu Kanchana 23, Kavindu Ranasinghe 4/52, Manam Mussamil 2/34, Mayas Mussamil 2/42

St. Anne’s College, Kurunegala 79 (46)

Lasitha Warnakulasooriya 25, Manushka Samith 3/19, Sandun Madushanka 1/02

& F/O 167/7 (70)

Lasitha Warnakulasooriya 55, Rishitha Perera 39, Himansha Silva 26*

MATCH DRAWN


De Mazenod College, Kandana vs D.S. Senanayake College, Colombo

Nimna Fernando and Mazenodian skipper, Nadun Dilshan lead the batting for the visiting De Mazenod College as they made a commanding 302 runs for the first-innings. Nimna Fernando was the top-scorer with 90 runs while Nadun hit a blistering 82 runs. Left-armer Muditha Lakshan picked 4 wickets to top the bowling chart.

D.S. Senanayake was at 73 runs for the loss of 1 wicket by the close of play.

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De Mazenod College, Kandana are gearing up for a better tomorrow following the downward slope of their

Brief scores

De Mazenod College, Kandana 307 (76.4)

Nimna Fernando 90, Nadun Dilshan 82, Mithun Senarath 73*, Muditha Lakshan 4/85, Lesana Gunarathna 2/56, Methushan Kumara 2/87

D.S. Senanayake College, Colombo 73/1 (16)

Abishek Liyanaarachchi 40*

STUMPS – DAY 1

Tharindu, Kaumal outclass Isipathana

Prince of Wales College, Moratuwa and Isipathana College, Colombo ended their traditional encounter with a crushing defeat to the latter today


Isipathana College, Colombo vs Dharmasoka College, Ambalangoda

Isipathana College hosted Dharmasoka College for the traditional game between the two schools. Batting first, Isipathana College managed 154 runs for their first-innings. Ashen Gunawardena tops-scored with 41 runs while Timuka Dilshan and Kavindu Nadeeshan picked up 3 wickets each.

Dharmasoka College was also not at a better position by close of play as they were struggling on 88 for 6. The Isipathana skipper topped the bowling chart as usual with 3 wickets for 12 runs.

Video – ශූරතාවය වෙනුවෙන් දැඩි ආශාවකින් පසුවෙන ඉසිපතන විද්‍යාලය – 2018/19 Preview

“අපට ඕනේ එක්දින ක්‍රිකට් තරගාවලියට කොහොම හරි සුදුසුකම් ලබාගන්න” ඉසිපතන විද්‍යාලයීය

Brief scores

Isipathana College, Colombo 154 (58.4)

Ashen Gunawardane 41, Ravindu Rathnayake 30, Kakliq Amath 27, Navidu Uthsara 24, Timuka Dilshan 3/14, Kavindu Nadeeshan 3/26

Dharmasoka College, Ambalangoda 88/6 (40)

Timuka Dilshan 32, Ravindu Rathnayake 2/29, Madushka Sandaruwan 3/12

STUMPS – DAY 1

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