Seeduwa Raddoluwa Cricket Club

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Seeduwa Raddoluwa
One-day name: Seeduwa Raddoluwa Sports Club
Captain: Sri Lanka Ranil Dhammika
Coach: Sri Lanka
Premier Trophy wins: none
Premier Limited Overs Tournament wins: none
Inter-Provincial Twenty20#Twenty20 Tournament wins: none

Seeduwa Raddoluwa was a first-class cricket club based in Seeduwa, Sri Lanka. In 2011, the team was renamed Sri Lanka Ports Authority Cricket Club.[1]

History[edit]

Seeduwa Raddoluwa joined the revamped Sri Lankan first-class competition in the 2008–09 season, becoming the 32nd team to take part in the competition. They played in the 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons.

They played 27 matches, with 11 wins, 6 losses and 10 draws.[2]

Team records[edit]

  • Highest team total - 391 vs Police Sports Club, 2009–10
  • Best innings bowling figures - TMUS Karunaratne 7/146 vs Singha, 2009–10
  • Highest individual score - WWP Taraka 127 vs Police Sports Club, 2008–09
  • Partnership records -
  • 1st - 81 SD Jayathilake & TMUS Karunaratne vs PSC, Colombo (PPS), 2009–10
  • 2nd - 68* TMUS Karunaratne & WKG Dilruk vs SLAF, Colombo (AF), 2009–10
  • 3rd - 170 HG Kumara & KM Fernando vs Navy, Colombo, 2009–10
  • 4th - 102 WBH Samarawickrame & TMUS Karunaratne vs Navy, Welisara, 2009–10
  • 5th - 132 TMUS Karunaratne & KM Fernando vs PSC, Colombo (PPS), 2009–10
  • 6th - 151 WBH Samarawickrame & DGR Dhammika vs BRC, Colombo, 2008–09
  • 7th - 104 HG Kumara & AVS Nikethana vs BRC, Colombo, 2009–10
  • 8th - 72 DGR Dhammika & WKG Dilruk vs Saracens, Colombo (RSC), 2008–09
  • 8th - 72 WKG Dilruk & HG Kumara vs SLAF, Colombo, 2008–09
  • 9th - 61 JDM de Silva & KMP Kumara vs LCC, Colombo, 2009–10
  • 10th - 55 WBH Samarawickrame & WKG Dilruk vs Seb, Katunayake-FTZ, 2008/09

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