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Sri Lanka players celebrate after getting the last West Indies wicket • Nov 24, 2021 © Associated Press


Dimuth Karunaratne shakes hands with Kraigg Brathwaite after the match • Nov 24, 2021 © Associated Press


Lasith Embuldeniya removed Joshua Da Silva • Nov 24, 2021 © Associated Press


Ramesh Mendis appeals for a wicket • Nov 24, 2021 © Associated Press


Lasith Embuldeniya celebrates with team-mates after dismissing Roston Chase • Nov 23, 2021 © AFP/Getty Images


Ramesh Mendis is thrilled after bagging Kraigg Brathwaite for a duck • Nov 23, 2021 © Associated Press


Angelo Mathews powers one away to the off side • Nov 23, 2021 © AFP/Getty Images


Dimuth Karunaratne lines up a pull • Nov 23, 2021 © AFP/Getty Images


Angelo Mathews and Dimuth Karunaratne bump fists after the latter reached fifty • Nov 23, 2021 © AFP/Getty Images


Angelo Mathews leans into a drive • Nov 23, 2021 © AFP/Getty Images


Dimuth Karunaratne tucks the ball fine on the leg side • Nov 23, 2021 © AFP/Getty Images

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* Jaffna Kings a king size job, crush Dambulla Giants by 8 wickets

Dec 08 (SLC) Jaffna Kings hit the winning trail by a comprehensive 8-wicket hammering of Dambulla Giants on the third day of the Lanka Premier League at the R. Premadasa Stadium on Tuesday. It was a king size finish by Thisara Perera’s team as they made it in a canter reaching 117 for 2 off only 12.3 overs with Tom Kohler Cadmore finishing on an unbeaten 45 off 30 balls
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* Shaheen Shah Afridi, Hasan Ali rampant after Bangladesh follow on

Dec 08 (ESPNCI) A game that barely saw four full sessions of play in the first four days now looks on the brink of producing a result. A sensational bowling performance by offspinner Sajid Khan last night was topped up by three early wickets for Pakistan - eight in the innings for Sajid - to bowl Bangladesh out for 87. T
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* Phil Salt peppers 64 off 27 as Dambulla Giants down Kandy Warriors by 20 runs

Dec 06 (SLC) Phil Salt peppered a breathtakingly 27-ball 67 showcased by 5 sixes in Dambulla Giants run triumph over Kandy Warriors in the second fixture of the Lanka Premier League on the second day of the mega tournament at the R. Premadasa Stadium today. The England born 25-year old right-hand wicket-keeper set the tone in a pulsating 97-run partnership
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* Galle Gladiators win thriller over Kandy Warriors

Dec 08 (SLC) Galle Gladiators atoned for yesterday’s loss by pulling off a last gasp 4-wicket win over Kandy Warriors in the fourth fixture of the Lanka Premier League Tournament at the R. Premadasa Stadium today. Chasing 144 to win, the Gladiators did it with four balls to spare when Lahiru Madushanka smashed the first two deliveries of the last over for a six and a four.
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* Gayle farewell on the cards with Jamaica set to host West Indies-Ireland series

Dec 06 (ESPNCI) West Indies will play three ODIs and a T20I against Ireland in Jamaica from January 8 to 16, the CWI has announced, with the possibility that the standalone T20I will be used as a farewell match for Chris Gayle. Gayle confirmed after West Indies exit in the T20 World Cup that he had played his last game in a major tournament
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* Colombo Stars make Galle Gladiators to see stars

Dec 07 (SLC) Colombo Stars made Galle Gladiators to see stars in a 4-wicket dismantling in the third match of the Lanka Premier League 2021 in tonight’s fixture on the second day of the Sri Lanka Cricket organised T20 showpiece tournament at the R. Premadasa Stadium. The architect of downsizing the winners of yesterday’s opening game versus Jaffna Stallions, was Dhananjaya de Silva who produced an all-round performance of 2 for 18 and scored a deceive 24 off 28 balls.
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