Kumar Sangakkara scored an unbeaten 113 to anchor Sri Lanka
to 287 for six wickets against New Zealand in the seventh and
final one-day international in Wellington today.
The Black Caps seem unlikely to
have their mettle tested against quality seam bowling until
the World Cup starts.
New Zealand captain Brendon
McCullum is expected to be rested from today's final one-day
international against Sri Lanka as the hosts employ a
carousel policy to freshen players for the World Cup.
Batting first and scoring 252 is rarely enough at New
Plymouth's Pukekura Park but Central Districts bucked that
trend as they moved in to the Ford Trophy final with a 49-run
win over Otago.
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