<div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="Vijay Zol's ton puts India U-19 in commanding position" src="https://st2.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20130730230056.jpg" title="Vijay Zol's ton puts India U-19 in commanding position" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> Vijay Zol scored his second consecutive ton in the Youth Test series © Getty Images</p> </div> <strong>Kurunegala: Jul 30, 2013</strong><br /> <br /> Skipper <a href="/tags/Vijay-Zol/post" target="_blank">Vijay Zol</a> continued to make merry against the Sri Lankan attack as he scored his second successive hundred of the series to extend <a href="/tags/India-Under-19/post" target="_blank">India Under-19</a>'s lead to 181 runs in the second and final 'Youth Test' on Tuesday.<br /> <br /> Resuming the second day on 70 for two, India declared their first innings at 393 for eight riding on Zol's 128. Sizeable contributions came from <a href="/tags/Sanju-Samson/post" target="_blank">Sanju Samson</a> (70) and Shreyas Iyer (84) — the two had made half-centuries in the first Test as well.<br /> <br /> At stumps, Sri Lanka were 11 for no loss in their second essay, still 170 runs behind the visiting side.<br /> <br /> Overnight batsmen Zol and Samson started confidently. Zol's strokeful knock came off 204 deliveries and was laced with 16 boundaries and a six. Zol had scored 173 in the last match that ended in a draw.<br /> <br /> The skipper was ably supported by Samson and the duo stitched together a 160-run stand for the third wicket to take India past the Lankan first innings score of 212.<br /> <br /> Before getting out to spinner Lakshan Jayasinghe, Samson stroked 10 boundaries in his 122-ball knock.<br /> <br /> The right-handed Iyer, who came in at the fall of Samson's wicket, too looked at ease as he joined hands with Zol to build a healthy lead.<br /> <br /> The pair shared a 60-run stand before Zol was dismissed by left-arm pacer Binura Fernando at 279. Coming in at number six, wicketkeeper Ankush Bains could only manage seven runs before spinner A K Tyronne had him caught.<br /> <br /> Offie Aamir Gani then made a quick 41 that included four boundaries and a six, in the process sharing a 98-run partnership with Iyer for the seventh wicket.<br /> <br /> India lost three quick wickets — Iyer, Kuldeep Yadav and Gani — before declaring their first innings.<br /> <br /> Hashan Dumindu (6) and Minod Bhanuka (5) were at the crease when the stumps were drawn.<br /> <br /> <strong>Brief scores:</strong><br /> <br /> <strong>Sri Lanka U-19 </strong>212 and 11 for no loss (Hashan Dumindu 6*) trail <strong>India U-19</strong> 393 for eight decl. (Vijay Zol 128, Shreyas Iyer 84; Priyamal Perera 2 for 24) by 170 runs.