U-15 Cricket Tournament Isuru, Nethma guide Ananda

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By M. Shamil Amit

A four-wicket haul by Isuru Ayesh and a half century by Nethma Karunaratne helped Ananda College register an easy first innings win against St. Mary’s College Chilaw in their Under-15 Inter-Schools Cricket Tournament second-round match played at Ananda Mawatha yesterday. 
At Ananda Mawatha (1st innings win for Ananda) 
St. Mary’s: 100 (Isuru Ayesh 4/25, Sajith de Silva 3/21) and 115/6 (Dimuthu Anuhas 43, Kaveesha Fernando 30 n.o, Isuru Ayesh 3/36)
Ananda: 182/7 declared (Nethma Karunaratne 73).
At Matale (1st innings win for Tissa Central Kalutara)
St. Thomas’ Matale: 155 (T. Subasinghe 51, Pasindu Silva 4/36, D. de Silva 3/38) and 110/2 (I. Shamin 51)
Tissa Central: 176/9 declared (Ajantha de Silva 40, A. Kulasinghe 5/47).
At Godigamuwa (Loyola Negombo won by innings)
St. Aloysius’ Ratnapura: 78 (Nethma Imaranga 3/11, Sameen Noni 3/19) and 130 (Thumuditha Opanayake 65, Kavindu Kaveesha 8/41)
Loyola: 210/5 declared (Dimuthu Anushka 60, Stephan Fernandopulle 100 n.o).
At Balapitiya (1st innings win for Richmond)
Richmond: 235/7 declared (Jayod Sasindu 100 n.o, Tharin Sethupa 3/47)
Dharmasoka MV Ambalangoda: 140 (M. Kaveesha 43, M. Theekshana 55 n.o, Seneth Thishan 4/30) and 66/5 (Ravihansa Chamith 5/38).
At Kotte (1st innings win for Ananda Sastralaya Kotte)
St. Joseph’s Wattala: 213 (Eshan Fernando 93, Lakshith Kalhara 4/34, Moyan Perera 3/75)
Ananda Sastralaya: 258/9 (Sithum Perera 46, Chamod Aloka 4/56).
At Mahanama Grounds (1st innings win for De Soysa MV Moratuwa) 
De Soysa MV: 304/9 declared (Samith Chathuranga 173, Sudesh Kavinda 47, Anjana Gamage 4/48) and 111/7 (Anjana Gamage 4/31, Adeesha Nimeth 3/33)
Mahanama Colombo: 193 (Thineth Weerappuli 59).
At Aluthgama (1st innings win for Lyceum Panadura)
Aluthgama MV: 97 (Nimnaka Daluwatte 3/10, Asith Kalupahana 3/18) and 29/6 (Dulana Perera 3/1)
Lyceum: 319/3 declared (Thejan Peiris 97, Rusiru Fernando 90, Dulana Perera 53 n.o, Yesith Kalupahana 52 n.o).