In form Nipun puts Nalanda on top with 57

Thurstan 164, Nalanda 184/8
Nalanda were 184 for 8 in reply to Thurstan’s 164 in their inter-school match which began at Campbell Place yesterday.

Thurstan 164 (Udara Munasinghe 56, Sajeewa Salgoda 25, Kavin Tharindu 24: Nipun Karunanayake 4 for 28, Sineth Gunawardena 3 for 45)

Nalanda 184 for 8 (Nipun Karunanayake 57, Prashan Wickramasinghe 31, Dinuk Jayasinghe 17, Suranga Tennekoon 16 n.o. Ranga Wijewickrama 4 for 25, Praboda Arthavidu 2 for 19)

Revatha MMV on top
Revatha MMV came out on top against Kingswood at the end of the first day’s play at the University ground in Balapitiya. The match will be continued today at 10 am.

Revatha MMV 265 (Pulastha Dinusha 51, Dulaj Dananjaya 45, Nadeera de Silva 44, Shehan Manuran 33, Nimna de Silva 29: Subodha Premaratne 5 for 70, Lakshitha Madushan 4 for 55)

Kingswood 99 for 5 (Lakshitha Madushan 19, Yasindu Athukorala 15. Hasitha Dharmaprema 15: Janith Chathuranga 2 for 13, Nadeera de Silva 2 for 17)

Late start at Matara
The first day’s play of inter-school match between St Servatius Matara and Mahanama Colombo at Uyanwatte got off to a late start with the home taking first lease ending the day on 158 for 5.

St Servatius 158 for 5 (G. Nimsara 42, S. Ediriweera 24, E. Kalhara 23, H. Madusanka 32 n .o. Pawan Devinda 2 for 13) vs Mahanama

Match put off for today

The match between Dharmaraja and Royal which was scheduled to begin yesterday at Lake View grounds in Kandy has now been shifted to be played today and tomorrow at the same venue.
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