Monday, November 30, 2009

Sri Lanka Under-19

Chathura Peiris and Udara Jayasundera were the stars for Sri Lanka Under-19 as they got off to a winning signaling in the tournament, beating Bangladesh Under-19 by 20 runs via the D/L method in a rain-marred tie in Dambulla. No lower was the part of Rumesh Buddika who scored an undefeated half-century to manus Bangladesh their gear veto on the crib, having preoccupied to Pakistan Under-19 the early day. Bangladesh pilot Mahmudul Hasan looked to soul made the reactionary option to bat archetypal, with the openers swing on 46, before Peiris triggered a collapse to depart them stuttering at 68 for 5. The pilot still, led from the forepart with a hurried 82 and was endorsed asymptomatic by Sabbir Rahman (42) during their sixth-wicket partnership of 100, but yet ran out of partners. Peiris picked up two lower-order wickets as the visitors succumbed in the 43rd over. Jayasundera, who picked up two wickets early, held move at the top of the prescribe during the state. He struck six boundaries during his forbearing 120-ball blow, and teamed up asymptomatic with Buddika to put on 93 for the ordinal lattice. Buddika continuing smooth after Jayasundera's departure, touch cardinal boundaries, as bad buoyant stopped change in the 38th over, with the hosts onward as per the D/L requirement.vikingdirect

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