Fast bowler Ishant Sharma's seventh five-wicket haul helped
India bundle out Sri Lanka for 201 but the hosts fought back
to take three quick wickets and leave the third and final
test evenly poised.
Cheteshwar Pujara recorded his seventh hundred and held
India's innings together against an inspired spell of fast
bowling by Dhammika Prasad on the second day of the third and
final test against Sri Lanka.
Australia's women cricketers have succeeded where the men
failed, winning the Ashes on English soil for the first time
since 2001 with a 20-run Twenty20 win at Hove.
Dunedin missing out on a one day international this summer
will motivate the Otago Cricket Association to enlarge the
University Oval as soon as possible.
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