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West Indies 300 (Smith 61, Kumara 4-86) and 108 for 4 (Brathwaite 44*, Hope 34*) trail Sri Lanka 253 and 342 (Mendis 87, Dickwella 62, Gabriel 8-62) by 188 runs Shai Hope takes a hit from a bouncer AFP Seamers helped Sri Lanka strides toward a series-levelling victory, after Shannon Gabriel had completed an exceptional match
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Stumps West Indies 118 for 2 (D Smith 53*, Rajitha 1-25) trail Sri Lanka 253 by 135 runs Devon Smith drives AFP Lahiru Kumara delivered 13.3 hostile overs, and Kasun Rajitha was probing on Test debut, but a half-century from Devon Smith drove West Indies foreward on a rain-hit second day. They stand only 135 runs
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William Somerville, the New South Wales (NSW) offspin bowler, will attempt to follow in the footsteps of wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi by attempting to qualify for New Zealand via a new contract with the Auckland Aces. Somerville, 33, was born in Wellington, and made his first-class debut for Otago before moving to Sydney and performing with
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Pakistan 166 for 6 (Malik 49*, Fakhar 33, Leask 3-31) beat Scotland 82 (MacLeod 25, Faheem 3-5) by 84 runs Shoaib Malik clears another six over the leg side boundary Peter Della Penna Another T20I masterclass from Pakistan veteran Shoaib Malik propelled Pakistan towards a series win against Scotland, thumping the hosts by 84 runs in
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Temba Bavuma wants to make the No. 4 spot in South Africa’s Test batting line-up his own, following the retirement of AB de Villiers. Bavuma, who is part of South Africa’s squad for their tour of Sri Lanka, has only batted at that position five times, having spent most of his 29-Test career at No.
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