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Jayawardene powers Sri Lanka to 274

Mumbai, India – Mahela Jayawardene stroked a delightful unbeaten 103 on Saturday to take Sri Lanka to a challenging 274-6 in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 final against India.


Jayawardene, the only Sri Lankan to exceed 50, held the innings together with deft glides and pushes before cutting loose in the batting powerplay – when 63 runs came –  Sri Lanka’s highest of the tournament.

Sri Lanka bat first in grand final

Mumbai, India – Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara won the toss and elected to bat in the ICC World Cup 2011 final against India on Saturday.

Injured left-arm pace bowler Ashish Nehra was replaced by Shanthakumaran Sreesanth in the India team for what is one of the biggest matches in history at Wankhede Stadium.

Sri Lanka made four changes, selecting Thisara Perera, Suraj Randiv, Nuwan Kulasekara and Chamara Kapugedera in place of Angelo Mathews, Ajantha Mendis, Rangana Herath and Chamara Silva.

Nash and Samuels on top of Jamaica

St Augustine, Trinidad – Brendan Nash was closing in on a century but the in-form Marlon Samuels missed out on one, as Jamaica dominated Trinidad and Tobago on the opening day of their WICB First Class Championship semi-final on Friday.

The left-hander finished the day unbeaten on 96 while Samuels was dismissed for 80, two innings that propelled the defending champions to 251-3 at the close at the Sir Frank Worrell Ground.

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Currency's 95 holds CCC together

Cave Hill, Barbados – Opener Romel Currency fell five short of a deserved century but his innings kept Combined Campuses & Colleges afloat on the opening day of their WICB First Class Championship semi-final against Windward Islands on Friday.

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TEA: Sebastien's wickets give Windwards edge

Cave Hill, Barbados – An excellent spell off off-spin bowling by skipper Liam Sebastien has given the Windward Islands a slight advantage over Combine Campuses & Colleges at tea on the opening day of the WICB First-class semi-final at the 3Ws Oval.

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