Dinal, Rosco shine in drawn game
Josephian spinner Rosco Thattil (6 for77) and Thomian Javed Bongso
(71) stole the limelight in the drawn school cricket encounter between
St. Joseph's and S. Thomas' for the Gilmour Jayasuriya Trophy at Darley
The Joes were all out for 172 on the first day and the Thomians were
52 for 4 overnight. On the second day the play was possible only at 1.30
pm due to a damp pitch.The Thomian Innings was woven by a steady 71 by
left hander Javed Bongso with seven fours.
He was associated in a 74 runs eight wickets stand with Rishane
Left-arm medium pacer Dinal Dhambarage and Rosco Thattil shared the
wickets for the Joes.
172 (S.Hewawasam 55, N. Perera 35, Dylan Fernandopulle 22 n.o, D.
Dissanayake 27, Chamod Pathirana 2 for 30, M. Ravichandrakumara 2 for
60, S. Perera 2 for 30).
52 for 4 overnight 234 in 77.1 overs (V. de Silva 20, Javed Bongso
71, Chamod Pathirana 30, Kavinda Perera 31, Rishan Mathagaweera 39,
Dinal Dhambarage 3 for 64, Rosco Thattil 6 for 77). RA
Kandy YCC in control
Kandy Youths Cricket Club look set to register third first innings in
as many matches on the first day of their P. Sara Trophy Cricket Trophy
Cricket Tournament Match against Nugegoda Sports Club which began at
Katubedda Campus grounds yesterday.
Nugegoda SC 147.
Nuwan Ratnayake 65, Praneeth Harshana 16, Chandima Abeykoon 3 for 37,
Arvinda Premaratne 2 for 30, Prasad Ranawaka 4 for 30).
Kandy Youths CC 105 for 2. (Muditha Wijekoon 56 not out, Chamila
Ambagaspitiya 24, Arvinda Premaratne 20 not out, R. Jayasekera 2 for 20)
Royal take major honours
Spinner Devin Padmanadan captured five wickets for 45 as Royal
College took major honours over Dharmaraja College, Kandy in their
inter-school under-19 cricket tournament match which ended in a draw at
Reid Avenue yesterday.
Royal: 222 for 9 decl and 143 for 4 decl (I. Liyanage 78, H.
Kumarasiri 24, L. Herath 2 for 56).
Dharmaraja: 194 (S. Weerakkody 57, S. Nanayakkara 23, D. Lanka 25, D.
Padmanadan 5 for 45, S. Subasinghe 2 for 41) and 53 for 3). (CD)
Second junior ODI today
The Sri Lanka Under-19 Team will take on the touring England Under-19
Team in the second youth one-day international at the Colts ground in
Havelock Park today.
The home side have already taken a one nil lead in the five match
series after their 31-run victory on the Duckworth and Lewis scoring
method in the first one day played on Friday at the same venue. (CD)
Singer MCA trophy final today
The semifinals of the 18th Singer MCA Centenary year Premier League
knock-out cricket tournament will be worked off in Colombo today.
The League champions Sampath Bank who have received a bye into the
semi-finals will take on Seylan Bank at the NCC ground in Maitland Place
while Hatton National Bank will meet the last year's runners-up MAS
Unichela at the P. Saravanamuttu (Oval). (CD)
Swimming pool for Vijitha Central College, Dickwella ....
Principal Vijitha Central College Dhanushka Jayadeva (white
suit) escorts Minister of Youth Affairs and Skills
Development Dullus Alahapperuma accompanied by the school
band to lay the foundation
stone for a eight lane 25-metre swimming gifted to the
school by the Ministry of Sports. The swimming pool is
expected to be completed in six months. Picture by Priyan de
Silva - Matara Sports Corr.
Champs in a happy mood.... Mercantile Services women’s team in a happy
mood after their fine win in the Women’s Basketball Nationals final.
They beat Sri Lanka Navy by 58 points to 51 in the final. The girls are
in a happy mood as they receive the Championship Trophy from Chief
Minister of Central Province and President of Sri Lanka Basketball
Federation Sarath Ekanayake. - Pix: S.M. Jiffry Abdeen - Kandy Sports
Most Valuable Player.... Benita Thalagoda of Mercantile Services who was
picked as the Most Valuable Player receives award from Brigadier
Senerath Bandara of Central Command.