Sri Lanka A tour of England, 2004 / Scorecard

West Indians 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
DS Smith c Gajanayake b Kulasekara 6 10 11 1 0 54.54
RR Sarwan* c Mubarak b Lokuarachchi 28 86 61 3 0 45.90
SC Joseph b Lokuarachchi 114 197 152 21 1 75.00
S Chanderpaul run out 32 105 97 3 1 32.98
DJ Bravo c Mubarak b Prasad 118 151 130 17 2 90.76
DR Smith run out 8 15 14 1 0 57.14
RD Jacobs not out 117 241 177 17 1 66.10
OAC Banks c Gajanayake b Thushara 90 119 85 9 6 105.88
Extras (b 4, lb 9, w 3, nb 5) 21
Total (7 wickets dec; 120.1 overs) 534 (4.44 runs per over)
Did not bat TL Best, JJC Lawson, FH Edwards
Fall of wickets 1-9 (DS Smith), 2-79 (Sarwan), 3-173 (Chanderpaul), 4-192 (Joseph), 5-211 (DR Smith), 6-351 (Bravo), 7-534 (Banks)
Bowling O M R W Econ
T Thushara 24.1 2 96 1 3.97 (2nb)
KMDN Kulasekara 25 3 99 1 3.96 (1w)
KTGD Prasad 19 5 94 1 4.94 (2nb, 2w)
KS Lokuarachchi 30 3 114 2 3.80 (1nb)
MMM Suraj 22 3 118 0 5.36
Sri Lanka A 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
S Kalavitigoda c Best b Bravo 27 98 58 4 0 46.55
GI Daniel c Bravo b Edwards 72 113 86 13 0 83.72
MK Gajanayake c DS Smith b Best 29 91 64 4 0 45.31
J Mubarak* c DR Smith b Banks 61 110 71 7 2 85.91
WMB Perera c †Jacobs b Banks 19 38 29 4 0 65.51
HAPW Jayawardene not out 48 97 60 9 0 80.00
KS Lokuarachchi c Edwards b Banks 10 7 7 1 1 142.85
T Thushara c †Jacobs b Bravo 20 36 31 2 1 64.51
KTGD Prasad c Banks b Best 10 17 10 2 0 100.00
KMDN Kulasekara c DS Smith b Best 18 19 16 4 0 112.50
MMM Suraj b Best 0 0 2 0 0 0.00
Extras (b 4, lb 14, nb 14) 32
Total (all out; 70 overs) 346 (4.94 runs per over)
Fall of wickets 1-92 (Kalavitigoda), 2-114 (Daniel), 3-192 (Gajanayake), 4-234 (Mubarak), 5-235 (Perera), 6-250 (Lokuarachchi), 7-288 (Thushara), 8-313 (Prasad), 9-346 (Kulasekara), 10-346 (Suraj)
Bowling O M R W Econ
TL Best 11 1 47 4 4.27
FH Edwards 10 1 82 1 8.20 (8nb)
JJC Lawson 14 1 63 0 4.50 (4nb)
DR Smith 10 2 37 0 3.70
DJ Bravo 10 3 38 2 3.80
OAC Banks 12 2 50 3 4.16 (1nb)
RR Sarwan 3 1 11 0 3.66
West Indians 2nd innings R M B 4s 6s SR
DS Smith c Kulasekara b Thushara 15 29 22 3 0 68.18
RR Sarwan* b Thushara 3 12 7 0 0 42.85
DR Smith c †Jayawardene b Thushara 37 52 43 7 0 86.04
S Chanderpaul not out 104 210 146 14 0 71.23
SC Joseph lbw b Perera 68 118 108 6 2 62.96
DJ Bravo c & b Perera 7 5 8 1 0 87.50
OAC Banks not out 25 45 33 4 1 75.75
Extras (b 2, lb 9, nb 13) 24
Total (5 wickets dec; 59.5 overs) 283 (4.72 runs per over)
Did not bat RD Jacobs, TL Best, JJC Lawson, FH Edwards
Fall of wickets 1-12 (Sarwan), 2-45 (DS Smith), 3-70 (DR Smith), 4-200 (Joseph), 5-208 (Bravo)
Bowling O M R W Econ
T Thushara 11.5 3 51 3 4.30 (6nb)
KMDN Kulasekara 7 1 35 0 5.00
KTGD Prasad 6 0 21 0 3.50 (2nb)
MMM Suraj 17 2 74 0 4.35
WMB Perera 16 0 67 2 4.18
MK Gajanayake 2 0 24 0 12.00
Match details
Toss West Indians, who chose to bat
Umpires RK Illingworth and JW Lloyds
Close of play
Sat, 17 Jul - day 1 - West Indians 1st innings 351/6 (RD Jacobs 30*, OAC Banks 0*, 90 ov)
Sun, 18 Jul - day 2 - Sri Lanka A 1st innings 271/6 (HAPW Jayawardene 16*, T Thushara 9*, 57 ov)
Mon, 19 Jul - day 3 - West Indians 2nd innings 283/5d (59.5 ov) - end of match
Match notes
  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • S Chanderpaul 100 in 209 mins off 145 balls, 13x4
 
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