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SLC Premier League inter-club tournament:

NCC struggle v. Colts

NCC, in reply to Colts CCs commanding first innings total of 406 for 9 declared, were struggling at 181 for 7 at close on day two of their Sri Lanka Cricket conducted Premier League Tier A tournament three day match continued at Havelock Park yesterday.

Colts must score a further 226 runs for the remaining three wickets if they are to gain first innings as the final days play resumes at 10 am today.

Colts CC: 406 for 9 decl. (Harsha Vithana 90, Nisal Randika 91, Roshen Silva 110 n.o, Akalanga Ganegama 3 for 74, Nishan Dilip 3 for 82).

NCC: 181 for 7 at close (Jehan Mubarak 44, Angelo Perera 65, Dilruwan Perera 3 for 38).

Baduraliya CC in a bad way

Baduraliya CC, after being forced to follow on, were struggling at 53 for 4 at close - still needing 151 runs to avoid innings defeat , on day two of their Sri Lanka Cricket conducted Premier League Tier A tournament three day match continued at Premadasa Stadium yesterday.

Centuries by Sachithra Serasinghe (154) and Isuru Udana (109 n.o) helped Tamil Union to make a mammoth 420 for 9 declared. In reply, Badyraliya CC were bowled out for 217 in their first innings against some penetrative bowling by Cathura Randunu who captured five wickets for 61 runs. The match will be continued at 10 am today.

Tamil Union: 420 for 9 decl. (Kithruwan Vithanage 50, Sachithra Serasinghe 154, Isuru Udana 109 n.o, Alankara Asanka Silva 4 for 54).

Baduraliya SC: 217 all out (Shalika Karunanayake 89, Chathura Randunu 5 for 61) and 53 for 4 at close (Hans Fernando 22).

SLPA well set

Sri Lanka Ports Authority CC, helped by a fine century by Shanuka Dissnayake, is set to gain a comfortable first innings win over Air Force SC on day two of their Sri Lanka Cricket conducted Premier League Tier B tournament three day match continued at Rifle Green yesterday.

In reply to Sri Lanka Ports Authority CCs first innings total of 379 all out, the airmen were 268 for 9 at close in their first innings, still 111 runs behind on the first innings. The match will be continued at 10 am today.

Sri Lanka Ports Authority CC: 379 all out (Shanuka Dissanayake 131, Dinusha Fernando 95, Akia Isanka 5 for 127, Buddika Sandaruwan 3 for 85).

SL Air Force SC: 268 for 9 at close (Thuppiah Nadeera 49, Angelo Emmanuel 70, Chanaka Komasoru 4 for 49).

Ajith's 10 for 122 put KYCC on top

Slow left-arm orthodox bowler Ajith Ekanayake completed a match bag of 10 for 112 to give a good chance for Kurunegala Youth CC for an outright win on day two of their Sri Lanka Cricket conducted Premier League Tier B tournament three day match continued at Welisara yesterday.

Having surrendered by a mere three runs on the first innings, Kurunegala YCC must now score 203 runs to win with all ten second innings wickets in hand. The match will be continued at 10 am today.

Sri Lanka Navy SC: 188 all out (Dilan Chandima 37, Sujeewa Liyanage 36, Ajith Ekanayake 6 for 53) and 199 all out (Chanaka Ruwansiri 51, Ranil Rasanga 42, Ajith Ekanayake 4 for 59,

Kurunegala Youth CC: 185 all out (Hiran Wickremasekera 49, Anurudda Rajapakse 48, Dulanjana Mendis 6 for 70).

BRC lead by 148 runs

BRC, after losing on the first innings, took an overall lead of 148 runs with only two second innings wickets in day on day two of their Sri Lanka Cricket conducted Premier League Tier B tournament three day match continued at Panagoda yesterday. The match will be continued at 10 am today.

BRC: 136 all out (Safraz Farook 29 n.o, Janith Silva 6 for 50) and 258 for 8 at close (Vindika Chandrasiri 47, Eranga Gangoda 40, Nimesh Perera Jr. 42, Ravindra Palleguruge 4 for 52, Roshan Jayatissa 3 for 69).

SL Army SC: 246 all out (Mohammed Feshal 40, Sulan Jayawardene 67, Asela Gunaratne 44, Andy Solamans 3 for 31).

CCC well set

CCC, after securing a good first innings lead, are well set for a comfortable outright victory over Saracens SC on day two of their Sri Lanka Cricket conducted Premier League Tier B tournament three day match contuned at Maitland Crescent yesterday.

Saracens SC takes an overall lead of mere 61 runs with only two second innings wickets in has as CCC team is well set for an early win when the final days play resumes 10 am today.

Saracens SC: 169 all out (Gamindu Kanishka 49, Nuwan Kavinda 30, Wikum Sanjaya 4 for 57, Ranil Dhammika 3 for 34, Nuwan Perera 3 for 38) and 159 for 8 at close (Amila Sandaruwan 34, Suranga Lakmal 34, Ranil Dhammika 3 for 36).

CCC: 267 all out (Sanath de Silva 78, Madawa Warnapura 38, Wikum Sanjaya 34, Ranil Dhammika 34, Lahiri Sri Lankmal 3 for 28).

Police SC fight-back

An unfinished eighth wicket partnership of 93 runs between Eranda Harshaka (64 n.o) and Ruwantha Kallepotha (45 n.o) helped Police SC to fight back on the final day of their Sri Lanka Cricket conducted Premier League Tier B tournament three day match continued at Panadura Esplanade yesterday.

Trailing by 208 runs on the first innings and forced to follow on, Police SC were 139 for 7 when Kallepotha joined Harshaka and ther pair batted beautifully for 37 overs to hold Panadura SC for an honourable draw.

Panadura SC: 393 all out (Dinesh Ranga Cooray 166, Tharanga Priyadarshana 65, Manjula Jayawardene 3 for 56).

Police SC: 185 all out (Ravin Nirmal 43, Harsha de Silva 66, Danuja nandana 6 for 44) and 232 for 7 at close (Dhammika Rajapakse 48, Eranda Harshaka 64 n.o, Ruwantha Kallepotha 45 n.o, Sampath Perera 3 for 50).

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