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South Africa’s batsman Jacques Kallis raises his bat to celebrate his century at the Sahara Park Newlands. AFP

Kallis, Petersen put South Africa on top

Jacques Kallis and Alviro Petersen hit centuries as South Africa dominated the first day of the third and final Test against Sri Lanka at Newlands on Tuesday. South Africa were 347 for three at the close after being sent in to bat.

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‘Hard work will bring back past glory of Sri Lanka Cricket’

Newly appointed Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) President Upali Dharmadasa said that the new officials must work hard for at least five years to bring back the past glory of Sri Lanka cricket and get back to the right track. He said this after he was elected the SLC head, uncontested in the SLC election at the National Institute of Sports Science yesterday.

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Australia on top

Australia were on top after a remarkable start in the second Test against India on Tuesday, recovering from a shaky opening to their innings on a day that saw 13 wickets tumble. India were skittled for 191 off 59.3 overs and the hosts lost three early wickets before recovering to 116 for three at the close, to trail by just 75.

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