3:00 AM ET West Indies 300 (Smith 61, Kumara 4-86) and 55 for 3 (Brathwaite 32*, Dowrich 0*) trail Sri Lanka 253 and 342 (Mendis 87, Dickwella 62, Gabriel 8-62) by 241 runs Kasun Rajitha celebrates a wicket AFP Seamers helped Sri Lanka strides toward a series-levelling victory, after Shannon Gabriel had completed an exceptional
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3:00 AM ET Lunch Sri Lanka 253 and 136 for 4 (Mendis 53*, Chandimal 27*, Gabriel 3-22) lead West Indies 300 by 89 runs West Indies’ players appeal for the wicket of nightwatchman Kasun Rajitha AFP Sri Lanka nosedived into crisis early on day four, losing three wickets for 14 runs after resumption, but a
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12:29 AM ET Improving relationships between Cricket Australia (CA) and the Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) should be a priority for the governing body’s next chief executive, according to the former captain and CA Board director Mark Taylor. Speaking for the first time since James Sutherland‘s resignation as CEO after a tenure of more than 17
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3:00 AM ET England 232 for 3 (Beaumont 105, Knight 80*) beat South Africa 229 (van Niekerk 95) by seven wicketsScorecard Tammy Beaumont reprised the run-hungry form that earned her the Player of the Tournament award at last year’s World Cup, as England completed a come-from-behind 2-1 series win over South Africa with a seven-wicket
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3:00 AM ET Lunch West Indies 65 for 1 (D Smith 29*, Powell 3*, Rajitha 1-18) trail Sri Lanka 253 by 188 runs Devon Smith plays through midwicket WICB Sri Lanka’s seamers repeatedly beat the West Indies openers’ bats. They tested them with full deliveries and length balls, raising several lbw appeals. Eventually Kraigg Brathwaite
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4:30 AM ET Zimbabwe Cricket have undertaken to pay all outstanding salaries of players by July 25, a month after the players’ deadline. The players threatened to “review their availability for selection” if their initial deadline wasn’t met, which threatens to derail next month’s T20 triangular series involving Australia and Pakistan. The series is slated
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4:14 AM ET Women’s cricket in Australia will receive vastly expanded coverage on the ABC after the national broadcaster was retained as a radio rights holder by Cricket Australia, alongside the signing of new deals with Crocmedia and Macquarie Media. There had been speculation that the ABC’s place as the longtime radio broadcaster of Australian
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shares Sri Lanka 157 for 5 (Chandimal 53*, Dickwella 5*, Gabriel 3-44) v West Indies © CWI Media/Randy Brooks Shannon Gabriel imposed himself in the afternoon, having earlier been brutal with the new ball. He claimed the wicket of Roshen Silva, as West Indies made further headway. They had Sri Lanka at 157 for 5
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