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Sunday, 27 February 2011





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Younis Khan who made an explosive 77 off 79 balls in full cry. Pix : Thilak Perera

Pakistan win a thriller

Pakistan maintained their unbeaten record against Sri Lanka in World Cup cricket by chalking up a close 11 run victory in a Group A game at the R. Premadasa International Cricket stadium, here today.

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[SUNDAY Observer Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year:]

Royal skipper Rambukwella and Vimukthi of Panadura Royal climb to the top

OBSERVER-MOBITEL AWARDS: Royal skipper Ramith Rambukwella received a tremendous boost prior to their 'Big' encounter around the corner against S. Thomas', shooting into the top spot at the end of count number 7 in the Observer/Mobitel Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer All Island Contest 2011.

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ICC WORLD CUP - a battle of heavyweights

CRICKET: The first ever World Cup contest in cricket was in 1975 organized in England. At that time England, the only country who were able to put forward the resources to stage an event of this magnitude. The 1st World Cup was played in England and was called the Prudential World Cup_ The matches consisted an over rate of 60 overs per team, played during the day in traditional form, with the red ball and white attire.

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