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Western Province’s K A Kaushali Lakmali Perera clearing a record height of 3.20 metres in the women’s pole vault to equal the National Sports Festival record. Picture by Ranjith Asanka

A giant trophy is seen during the opening ceremony of the 2011 Rugby World Cup at the Eden Park stadium in Auckland yesterday. AFP

Lakmali equals own record

Western Province’s K A Kaushali Lakmali Perera cleared a height of 3.20 metres in the women’s pole vault and eventually equaled the National Sports Festival record held by her own and R A A Kumararwansa on the second day of the 37th National Sports Festival yesterday.

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Bad light brings early end to Lankan agony:

Marsh and Hussey put Aussies in command

An unbroken fourth wicket stand of 148 between Shaun Marsh and Michael Hussey have placed Australian in a commanding position against Sri Lanka when bad light stopped play 30 minutes after tea on the second day of the Second Test at the Pallekele Stadium, here today.

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All Blacks off to winning start

The All Blacks got the seventh Rugby World Cup off to a winning start on Friday, defeating Tonga 41-10 in front of a capacity 60,000 crowd at Eden Park. It was not an entirely convincing opener from the New Zealanders despite the lop-sided scoreline,

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