"Trinity College Kandy Secures Second Consecutive Victory in Under 19 Division 1 Tier A Limited Overs Cricket Tournament"

In a thrilling showcase of skill and determination, Trinity College Kandy emerged as champions for the second consecutive year in the Under 19 Division 1 Tier A Inter-Schools Limited Overs Cricket Tournament. The final, held at Thurstan Grounds Colombo, saw Trinity College Kandy facing off against St. Joseph’s College Colombo, ultimately claiming victory by 2 wickets.

Opting to field first after winning the toss, Trinity College Kandy displayed a stellar performance on the field, restricting St. Joseph’s College Colombo to a total of 135 runs in 50 overs. Maanasa Madubashana (37*), Lahiru Amarasekara (21), Aveesha Samash (20), and Hirun Kapurubandara (18) contributed significantly to their innings. Tharana Wimaladharma took charge with the ball, securing 3 crucial wickets for 22 runs, while Malith Rathnayake and Dinuka Thennakoon claimed 2 wickets each.

In response, Trinity College Kandy showcased resilience and skill, reaching a total of 139 runs for 8 wickets in 39.3 overs. Supun Waduge played a pivotal role, scoring 60 runs in 84 balls, featuring 6 boundaries and a six. A notable partnership between Supun Waduge and Manula Kularathne, contributing 65 runs for the 5th wicket, played a crucial role in securing the victory.

St. Joseph’s College Colombo's bowlers, Yenula Dewthusa (3/32) and Nushan Perera (2/25), made valiant efforts, but Trinity College Kandy's steady performance ensured their triumph. The tournament final showcased outstanding cricketing prowess and sportsmanship, solidifying Trinity College Kandy's status as a dominant force in school cricket for the second consecutive year."

"Trinity College Kandy Secures Second Consecutive Victory in Under 19 Division 1 Tier A Limited Overs Cricket Tournament"

In a thrilling showcase of skill and determination, Trinity College Kandy emerged as champions for the second consecutive year in the Under 19 Division 1 Tier A Inter-Schools Limited Overs Cricket Tournament. The final, held at Thurstan Grounds Colombo, saw Trinity College Kandy facing off against St. Joseph’s College Colombo, ultimately claiming victory by 2 wickets.

Opting to field first after winning the toss, Trinity College Kandy displayed a stellar performance on the field, restricting St. Joseph’s College Colombo to a total of 135 runs in 50 overs. Maanasa Madubashana (37*), Lahiru Amarasekara (21), Aveesha Samash (20), and Hirun Kapurubandara (18) contributed significantly to their innings. Tharana Wimaladharma took charge with the ball, securing 3 crucial wickets for 22 runs, while Malith Rathnayake and Dinuka Thennakoon claimed 2 wickets each.

In response, Trinity College Kandy showcased resilience and skill, reaching a total of 139 runs for 8 wickets in 39.3 overs. Supun Waduge played a pivotal role, scoring 60 runs in 84 balls, featuring 6 boundaries and a six. A notable partnership between Supun Waduge and Manula Kularathne, contributing 65 runs for the 5th wicket, played a crucial role in securing the victory.

St. Joseph’s College Colombo's bowlers, Yenula Dewthusa (3/32) and Nushan Perera (2/25), made valiant efforts, but Trinity College Kandy's steady performance ensured their triumph. The tournament final showcased outstanding cricketing prowess and sportsmanship, solidifying Trinity College Kandy's status as a dominant force in school cricket for the second consecutive year."