Under-19 Inter Schools Cricket Tournament: Six schools advance to QF

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 2:00 AM Apr 10 2021
Sports Under-19 Inter Schools Cricket Tournament: Six schools advance to QF

Unbeaten Mahanama Colombo, Royal Colombo, St. Peter’s Bambalapitiya, Isipathana Colombo, St. Anthony’s Wattala and Holy Cross Kalutara advanced to the quarter-finals in the Under-19 Inter Schools Limited Overs Cricket tournament recently.

Jaffna boy T. Dinoshan of St. John’s Jaffna (who played in the LPL) hammered an unbeaten 186 runs in 118 balls with 13 boundaries and 12 sixes against Karandeniya Central College in Jaffna.

At Bloomfield (Mahanama won by 4 wickets)

St. Thomas’ Matara: 188 (49.3) (Harindu Jayasekara 48, Nipun Samarasinghe 36, Woshitha Amarasinghe 33, Devindu Kekirideniya 3/31, Sampath Nishshanka 3/37, Sadishan Chamodya 2/36) 

Mahanama: 192/6 (39) (Sadishan Chamodya 58, Pulshan Rohana 57, Pavan Rathnayake 38, Navija de Saram 2/22, Harindu Jayasekara 2/50)

In Kalutara (Holy Cross won by 48 runs)

Holy Cross: 148 (48.3) (Sasindu Kaushan 23, Arosh Bhagya 21, Susara Induwara 2/19, Chamal Saranga 2/37) 

Tissa Central Kalutara: 100 (29.4) (Pasindu Malshan 17, Patheesha Sharmal 3/7, Akash Dewmina 3/12, Hansaja Brian 3/31)

At Reid Avenue (Royal won by 64 runs)

Royal: 319/7 (50) (Ahan Wickramasinghe 70, Sineth Jayawardena 49, Resandu Thilakarathne 42 n.o., Sadisha Rajapaksha 33, Kavindu Pathirathnna 30, Imesh Adeesha 3/62, Amitha Dabare 2/60) 

DSS Colombo: 255 (48.4) (Abishek Liyanaarachchi 107, Maneendra Jayathilaka 68, Lasen Kenula 26, Dan Poddiwela 4/37, Uvindu Weerasekara 2/24)

At BRC (Isipathana won by 10 wickets)

Ananda Colombo: 66 (31.4) (Maoshadha Fernando 19, Sithuka Gunawardane 5/15, Amaan Thaha 2/14) 

Isipathana: 68/0 (9.1) (Tharush Nethsara 38 n.o., Naveen Kanishka 20 n.o.)

In Galle (St. Peter’s won by 6 wickets)

Mahinda Galle:  230 (48) (Navod Paranavithana 91, Rashmika Madushanka 26, Sandew Induwara 25, Dhanuja Induwara 24 n.o., Jesuran Benjamin 4/41, Vinuda Liyanage 2/42) 

St. Peter’s: 236/4 (45.1) (Shanuka Galagoda 63, Sahan Kumara 57 n.o., Shenal Boteju 41, Lahiru Chethaka 36, Rusanda Gamage 27, Kavidu Lakshan 2/30)

In Wattala (St. Anthony’s won by 2 wickets)

St. Sylvester’s: 261/9 (50) (Nimsha Deshan 67 n.o., Maleesha Silva 56, Charith Samuditha 41, Sadeepa Halangoda 39, Malith Lakshan 24, Romesh Suranga 4/39) 

St. Anthony’s: 262/8 (50) (Gihan Sathmika 64, Dilip Fernando 47, Kaveesha Dulanjana 41, Kanishka Gimhan 24, Malith Lakshan 2/37, Shashika Gihan 2/44)

In Kotahena (St. Joseph’s won by 143 runs)

St. Joseph’s Colombo: 275/8 (50) (Dunith Wellalage 58, Sheran Fonseka 56, Shevon Daniel 53, Dinal Anuradha 28, Malinda Perera 5/29) 

St. Benedict’s: 132 (41) (Sharujan Shanmuganathan 38 n.o., Malinda Perera 31, Lahiru Amarasekara 2/20, Deshan Senaviratne 2/23, W. Y. Dewthusa 2/27)

In Kandana (De Mazenod Kandana won by 29 runs)

De Mazenod: 261/9 (50) (Lester Jayaweera 100, Salindu Pathirana 44, Senash Fernando 28, Thareen Sanketh 24 n.o., Denuwana Mendis 3/47, Thenuka Perera 2/29, Anudith Wickramasinghe 2/59) 

Wesley: 232 (45.5) (Rakith Fernando 39 n.o., Semila Liyanage 38, Denuwana Mendis 33, Sahil Dias 32, Thareen Sanketh 2/29, Senash Fernando 2/45)

In Jaffna (St. John’s won by 246 runs)

St. John’s: 351/7 (50) (Dinoshan Theiventhiram 186 n.o., Kamalapalan Sabesan 44, Thiyagarasa Vinojan 30, Sukethan Anthonypillai 29, Kumara de Silva 3/43, Samith Isuru 2/32) 

Karandeniya CC: 105 (32.2) (Nandika Yashoda 53, Abhshek Anthony 5/30, Yogathan Sankethan 2/9, Anton Saran 2/27)

In Asgiriya (Trinity won by 59 runs)

Trinity: 243 (49.2) (Umair Raizan 71, Ranudha Somarathne 52, Vibhavith Ehelepola 27, Abhishek Anandakumara 24, Pawan Pathiraja 22, Kemira Nayanatharu 2/32) 

Gurukula Kelaniya: 184 (40) (Sithija Chamod 82, Kemira Nayanatharu 38, Shenuka Illukkumbura 3/33, Umair Raizan 2/31)

In Galle (Thurstan won by 78 runs)

Thurstan: 237/7 (50) (Dhananja Silva 100, Bhawantha Jayasinghe 64, Ruvinda Dilshan 34, Sandun Madushanka 2/35, Mihiranga Nimsara 2/36) 

St. Aloysius: 146/5 (43) (Bhashana De Silva 52 n.o., Dineth Nimsara 36 n.o., Omal Sadith 33, Ranga Rasanka 3/43)

At Matara. Devapathiraja College Rathgama won by 8 wickets. 

St. Servatius College Matara: 118 (41.1) (Hasitha Amarasinghe 52, Diniru Abeywickramasinghe 24, Sasanka Nirmal 5/27) Devapathiraja Rathgama: 122/2 (15.1) (Pawan Sandesh 51, Jeewaka Shasheen 37, Thaush Damimdu Sankalpa 2/32)

At BRC. Dharmasoka College Ambalangoda won by 4 runs. 

Dharmasoka Ambalangoda: 119 (31) (Sanula Gunarathne 28, Naveen Rasanga 20, Sasanka Nethmina 4/29, Thasika Nirmal 2/9, Yasiru Yugath Jasinghe 2/20)

Lumbini College, Colombo: 115 (27.3) (Thasika Nirmal 21, Nethranjana Fernando 21, Sahan Sankalpa 6/15, Chanaka Jananga 2/30)

At Moratuwa. St. Sebastians College, Moratuwa won by 110 runs. 

St. Sebastian’s Moratuwa: 210/9 (50) (Savindu Rodrigo 56, Bihanga Mendis 26, Sukitha Prasanna 27, Kushan Herath 21, Pasindu Thenkoon 3/46, Thrimalsha Silva 2/11, Kalindu Wijesinhe 2/36)

 St. Anne’s Kurunegala: 100 (32.3) (Pasindu Thennaakoon 27, Bimsara Kalhara 26, Chrishane Perera 6/27, Bihanga Mendis 2/7)

CMS Kotte. Sri Jayawardanapura Maha Vidyalaya Kotte won by 170 runs.

Sri Jaywaradhanapura MV: 333/8 (50) (Janith Akash 106, Jayandu Sankalpa 50, Chamod Supun 45, Joseph Senevirathna 30, Kavishka Gihan 24, Nethmina Hansaka 21, Kavisha Madushan 2/50, Duran Senanayake 2/52)

 St. Marys College, Kegalle: 163 (45.2) (Kushan Bhanuka 75, Kavisha Madushan 23, Biyanka Thameera 3/11, Nethmina Hansaka 3/18)                                        

At Pannipitiya. St. Joseph Vaz College Wennappuwa won 

 St. Joseph Vaz Wennappuwa: 258/9 (50) (Tharusha Fernando 70, Kaushan Wijerathne 42, Pasindu Dasanayake 36, Achintha Deshan 35, Sachintha Chamika 3/30, Kavinda Nishan 2/37) 

Dharmapala Pannipitiya: 159 (42) (Pasindu Theekshana 34, Oral Perera 29, Praveen Kumarapperuma 22, Thisara Sishara 20, Dinith Fernando 4/17, Achintha Deshan 2/17, Dhanuka Nirmal 2/21, Menusha Perera 2/32)

At Wattala. Lyceum International School Wattala won by 82 runs.

 Lyceum Wattala: 244/7 (50) (Hansaja Bandara 125, Uvin Perera 35, Jaron Fernando 30, Dineth Thathsara 4/37) 

Rahula Matara: 162 (40.4) (Binura Sanketh 51, Pasindu Shehan 31, Manuja Dulneth 24 n.o., Jayathu Chathuranga 3/19, Hansaja Bandara 3/30, Janith Tharushan 2/23)

At Godigamuwa. Sri Dharmaloka College Kelaniya won by 6 wickets. 

Vidyartha Kandy:78 (23.1) (Kavishka Thennakoon 20, Kavindu Malshan 4/17, Pahan Shanuka 3/7) 

Sri Dharmaloka College Kelaniya: 80/4 (17.5) (Haruth Piumika 22 n.o., Kavishka Hapugoda 2/18, Medunaka Wijethilake 2/24) 

At Panadura. P. De S. Kularathne College Ambalangoda won by 89 runs. 

P. De S. Kularathne: 212 (49.4) (Manusha Theekshana 71, Dhanushka Madushanka 21, Hasantha Warunajith 2/22, Yasith Fernando 2/29) 

Royal Panadura: 123 (39.3) (Jayod Silva 34, Hasantha Warunajith 22, Kaveesh Sathsara 4/8, Charith Chiranjeewa 2/11, Lasheen Vanidu 2/32)

At Prison Pallekele. Kingswood College Kandy won by 15 runs. 

Kingswood Kandy: 182 (48.1) (Mahasen Ranasinghe 58, S. Senevirathne 34 B. Abeykoon 22, Thilanka Kumarathunge 4/23, Dananjaya Bandara 3/34, Janith Maitipe 2/34) 

Sri Rahula College, Katugastota: 167 (45.5) (Vichintha Malwatta 48, Dananjaya Bandara 47, Sayuru Ranathunge 30, Tharindu Fonseka 21, K. Abeyrathna 3/20, I. Polkotuwa 3/28, Divanjana Bandara 2/21)

At Horana. Taxila Central College Horana won by 78 runs. 

Taxila Central: 144 (40) (Deshan Dilmith 45, Adeepa Jayalath 43, Shenol Appuhami 5/21, Akeed Feros 2/25, Modusa Pinto 2/28)

St.Marys College, Chilaw: 66 (25.4) (Savindu Prasad 19, Tharuka Jayakody 4/19, Deshan Dilmith 3/20)

At Piliyandala. St. John’s College Panadura won by 6 runs. 

St. John’s Panadura: 170 (43) (Reshan Malith Fernando 57, Dinushka Madushan 29, Sachin Dananjaya Kumara 22, Theekshana Dulshan 3/31, Chanupa Perera 2/27, Jayanga Madushan 2/34, Ushan Demantha 2/37) 

Piliyandala Central College: 170 (43) (Reshan Malith Fernando 57, Dinushka Madushan 29, Sachin Dananjaya Kumara 22, Theekshana Dulshan 3/31, Chanupa Perera 2/27, Jayanga Madushan 2/34, Ushan Demantha 2/37)

 (IR)

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 2:00 AM Apr 10 2021

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