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Joseph Vaz in big win

Joseph Vaz College Wennappuwa trounced Wickramashila NS Giriulla by 258 runs in their under 17 division one match played at Wennappuwa recently.

Ceylontoday, 2013-06-16 15:25:00
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Joseph Vaz in big win

Joseph Vaz College Wennappuwa trounced Wickramashila NS Giriulla by 258 runs in their under 17 division one match played at Wennappuwa recently.

Joseph Vaz 316/9 in 50 overs (Charuka Fernando 75, Kasun Pramoth 45, Dakshitha Sandaru 35, Praveen Dilanka 31 n.o., M.D. Wijewardane 5/34, U.B. Atapattu 3/61)

Wickramashila 58 in 25.4 overs (C. Dhanapala 18, Praveen Dilanka 2/1, Anton Roshen 2/9, Irash Dulshan 2/11) 

DSS beat St. John’s

DS Senanayake College beat St. John’s College Nugegoda by 15 runs on parabola system in their under 15 division one schools cricket tournament match played at Beddagana on Friday.

DS Senanayake 139/8 in 26 overs (Pasindu Kulathilake 52 n.o., S. Lahiru 38, B.Maneesha 3/25, Malsha Chamika 2/33) 

St. John’s 104/7 in 20.1 overs (Pasindu Premil 39, D. Senevirathne 38, Lakshan Hasindu 3/7)   (IR)

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