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පායන සඳ අඹරේ ආ.... පායන සඳ අඹරේ ලෙසිනා සැම කල් සුදිලේ මලිදෙව් පාසල් මාතා අපේ ආ.... පායන සඳ අඹරේ බේදා ආගම් කුළ මල ඈ නොතකා එක සේ සතර බෙදා // ශාස්ත්‍ර කළා සැම විද්‍යා // දත් මහ පඬුවන් බිහි කරවා දිනේවා කිතුරැස් විහිදා ලෙසිනා පායන සඳ අඹරේ ආ.... පායන සඳ අඹරේ ලෙසිනා සැම කල් සුදිලේ මලිදෙව් පාසල් මාතා අපේ

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Devans hold Rajans

 Dharmaraja Vs Maliyadeva College.

Dharmaraja College were held to a draw by Maliyadeva College Kurunegala in their inter school cricket played at Lake View Grounds, Kandy.
The highlight of the second day’s play was the fine knock of 73 by junior national poolist Sasith Gunasekara who hit 11 fours and a six and faced 96 balls.

Dharmaraja College were held to a draw by Maliyadeva College Kurunegala in their inter school cricket played at Lake View Grounds, Kandy.
The highlight of the second day’s play was the fine knock of 73 by junior national poolist Sasith Gunasekara who hit 11 fours and a six and faced 96 balls.

The Rajans in reply to De

vans total of 220 all out declared their innings closed 50 runs behind the opponents total.

Rajans left arm spinner Arvinda Withanarachchi who had 93 wickets to his credit before the match began and needed seven more wickets to become the first Rajan to capture 100 wickets in a season could capture only four wickets in the match and needs three more to reach this milestone. He could probably achieve this in their 106th ‘Battle of the Maroons” against Kingwood College which is due to commence at the Pallekele Stadium next Friday.

220 all out and 151 for 7 in 36 overs (P. De Silva 46, T.N. Karunaratne 50, L. Francisco 39, W.D. Dhanushka 10, Lakshan de Silva 3 for 31, Deneth Lanka 2 for 41, Arvinda Withanarachchi 2 for 61)

170 for 6 decl. in 49 overs (Deneth Lanka 27, Oshan Samarakoon 23, Sasith Gunasekera 73, R. Jayaratne 2 for 39, N. Dhanushka 2 for 21).

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About UsMaliyadeva College, Kurunegala, is a government school established in 1888, by the Buddhist Theosophical Society led by Colonel Henry Steel Olcott. It is one of Sri Lanka's oldest schools and considered by many to be a leading Buddhist school in Sri Lanka.It is a National School and controlled by the Central government.

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