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Lanka's sudden collapse gives Proteas victory

The Sri Lankans threw away a game they could easily have won with some unimaginative batting in the middle and fell short as they gifted a win to the South Africans by 9 runs in a Victoria Bitter match at the Adelaide Oval, here today.

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Amritha makes history, qualifies to play in HK

Amritha Muttiah of Holy Family Convent Bambalapitiya, wrote tennis history by becoming the first Sri Lankan girl to emerge as No. 1 in the ITF under-14 Asian Championships recently.

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South Africa’s Boeta Dippenaar acknowledges the crowd after making a century during a one day match against Sri Lanka being played at the Adelaide Oval, 24 January 2006. Dippenaar went on to make 125 not out and South Africa won by nine runs. AFP

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