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SL 112 runs ahead of Aussi

At the end of third day of the third Test, Sri Lanka has scored 428 for six wickets – 112 runs ahead of Australia.

Kumar Sangakkara is 39 runs away from becoming the seventh batsman to score a century in his 100th Test. If so he will become the first Sri Lankan to achieve it.

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Former Sri Lankan skipper Kumar Sangakkara has won the ODI player of the year award. Sangakkaara has also won the LG People’s Choice award for the second consecutive time at the LG ICC Awards in London.

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Sri Lanka Australia second Test Match ended in a draw as rain washed out today’s – fifth day play at Pallekele Stadidum. Just 35.3 overs were bowled today and Sri Lanka was 317 for 6 wickets for their second innings. Angelo Mathews

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Sri Lanka is cruising for a tough 379-run win in the first test being played at Galle, on a bowler-friendly pitch.

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Aussies scored 115 for their second innings yesterday, second day of the First Test being played at Galle, with a total lead of 283 runs.

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Australia had a tough day today, their 1st Test match against Sri Lanka at Galle, as Sri Lanka bowlers restricted their first innings to 273. Having won the toss Australia opted to bat first but could not secure their wickets for a good score, despite of their sturdy start.

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There will be a peaceful demonstration – “peaceful demonstration to take Sanga back to the captaincy” on tomorrow (Saturday 9th of April 2011) at 3.00 pm onwards at Independence square (Torrington, Colombo), aiming to urge former Sri Lankan skipper Kumar Sangakkara to take over again as the captain of Sri Lankan Cricket team.

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“I just love him. I’m dying to meet him and give him a hug and a kiss. I find him very interesting and unconventional.” The bollywood actress Ameesha Patel heard telling. Guess about whom ?

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“We were thoroughly outplayed we can’t hide away from that, we go home with our tail between our legs,” said England captain Andrew Strauss after being defeated by the Sri Lankan team at R.Premadasa Stadium in Colombo.Following is the full story published by London’s Daily Telegraph containing the captain’s reaction:By Derek Pringle, Colombo 7:15PM GMT 26 […]

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