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Lasith Malinga celebrating the wicket of England cricketer Luke Wright. Picture by Kamal Jayamanne


Sri Lanka, West Indies move into semis

Sri Lanka entered the semi-finals of the Twenty20 World Cup when they pushed England aside by 19 runs in their final Super Eight game cheered on deafeningly and inspired by a full house of supporters at the Pallekele Stadium yesterday.

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Windies win in ‘Super Over’

After the 20 over game a side ended in a tie - 139 each side – West Indies beat New Zealand in the death over. New Zealand made 17 and West Indies made 19. New Zealand were eliminated. A win for New Zealand would have helped them save face, considering that they had lost to Sri Lanka in the ‘Super Over’ and beaten by England. Captain Ross Taylor played a gallant innings for 62, but it was to no avail has the game ended in a tie New Zealand won the toss and decided to put the West Indians in. The Kiwis were forced to leave out injured Daniel Vettori.

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Royal Institute take on Elizabeth Moir School in final

The Royal Institute Colombo will take on Elizabeth Moir School in the final of the Dialog International Schools’ Soccer Championships at 3.30pm , tomorrow at Henry Pedris grounds, Havelock Town.

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