- BATSMENRB4s6sSRc Dias b de Mel6101060.00c †de Alwis b de Mel07000.00b Ratnayake15232065.21lbw b Ratnayake8320025.00c Samarasekera b de Silva27773035.06c sub b de Silva22502044.00c Madugalle b de Mel15393038.46c Ranatunga b de Mel2160012.50c Dias b de Mel671085.71run out40555072.72not out19482039.58Extras21 (b 4, lb 5, nb 1, w 11)TOTAL181 all out (58.2 Overs, RR: 3.1)Fall of wickets: 1-8 (GM Turner), 2-8 (JG Wright), 3-32 (GP Howarth), 4-47 (MD Crowe), 5-88 (JV Coney), 6-91 (BA Edgar), 7-105 (WK Lees), 8-115 (BL Cairns), 9-116 (Sir RJ Hadlee), 10-181 (MC Snedden)
- BATSMENRB4s6sSRb Cairns4300013.33c & b Snedden6212010051.66b Crowe15222068.18not out641019063.36lbw b Chatfield02000.00c †Lees b Snedden6180033.33c †Lees b Hadlee5110045.45run out2100020.00not out111010110.00Extras15 (b 1, lb 4, w 10)TOTAL184/7 (52.5 Overs, RR: 3.48)Fall of wickets: 1-15 (S Wettimuny), 2-49 (A Ranatunga), 3-129 (DSBP Kuruppu), 4-130 (LRD Mendis), 5-139 (RS Madugalle), 6-151 (MAR Samarasekera), 7-161 (DS de Silva)
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