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Tea Sri Lanka 253 and 194 for 5 (Mendis 85*, Roshen 10*, Gabriel 3-22) lead West Indies 300 by 147 runs West Indies’ players appeal for the wicket of nightwatchman Kasun Rajitha AFP Kusal Mendis held the Sri Lanka second innings together with an unbeaten 85 off 112 balls – the highest individual score in the
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Improving relationships between Cricket Australia (CA) and the Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) should be a priority for the governing body’s next chief executive, according to the former captain and CA Board director Mark Taylor. Speaking for the first time since James Sutherland‘s resignation as CEO after a tenure of more than 17 years, Taylor said
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India 474 (Dhawan 107, Vijay 105, Pandya 71, Ahmadzai 3-51) beat Afghanistan 109 (Nabi 24, Ashwin 4-27, Jadeja 2-18) & 103 (Shahidi 36*, Jadeja 4-17, Umesh 3-26) by an innings and 262 runs Ravindra Jadeja makes a breakthrough BCCI Afghanistan brought out their best in the final session once again, but the game had swung so
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Former New Zealand opener Jesse Ryder has found no takers among the six Major Associations in round one of contract distribution. The associations announced their first list of contracted players for the 2018-19 season on Friday, part of a two-step contracting process in domestic cricket. They will contract 16 players each overall, one up from
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