- BATSMENRB4s6sSRb Anurasiri24363066.66c Madugalle b Ratnayeke8912611070.63c Mahanama b Jeganathan4120033.33c Ratnayake b de Silva14250056.00not out65667098.48st †Kuruppu b de Silva681075.00c †Kuruppu b Ratnayeke6140042.85b Ratnayeke360050.00b Ratnayake03000.00not out9810112.50Extras16 (b 2, lb 7, w 7)TOTAL236/8 (50 Overs, RR: 4.72)Fall of wickets: 1-62 (DL Haynes), 2-80 (RB Richardson), 3-115 (IVA Richards), 4-155 (PV Simmons), 5-168 (CL Hooper), 6-199 (PJL Dujon), 7-213 (RA Harper), 8-214 (WKM Benjamin)
- BATSMENRB4s6sSRb Patterson03000.00c & b Hooper33821040.24lbw b Benjamin15221068.18c Haynes b Harper18420042.85not out861007286.00b Walsh19341055.88b Patterson890088.88c Walsh b Patterson570071.42run out390033.33not out130033.33Extras23 (b 2, lb 11, nb 10)TOTAL211/8 (50 Overs, RR: 4.22)Fall of wickets: 1-2 (RS Mahanama), 2-28 (JR Ratnayeke), 3-66 (RS Madugalle), 4-86 (DSBP Kuruppu), 5-156 (LRD Mendis), 6-184 (PA de Silva), 7-200 (RJ Ratnayake), 8-209 (S Jeganathan)
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