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Sri Lanka skipper Angelo Mathews took all three wickets that fell in the rain hit 3rd ODI at Auckland.


Rain washes away ODI

Martin Guptill’s diligence paid off with an innings of 66 from 78 balls as part of New Zealand’s 145 for three in 28.5 overs in the abandoned third one-day international against Sri Lanka. Regular rain saw the match fail to get into a second innings.

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Sri Lanka Women win by five wickets

Sri Lanka Women beat Pakistan Women by five wickets with 13 balls to spare in the third Twenty20 game played at Sharjah yesterday.

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Army edge out CR and FC by 21-18

Army Sports Club staged a spirited fight back in the second half to edge out CR and FC by 21 points (one goal, one try, three penalties) to 18 (one goal, one try, two penalties) in their Dialog ‘A’ Division League rugby match played at Longden Place yesterday after trailing 13-15 at the ‘breather’.

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