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CRICKET: Sri Lanka 150-4 against WI in tri-nation series

Published:Friday | June 28, 2013 | 1:01 PM

Melton Williams, Gleaner Writer



West Indies have picked up four wickets but Sri Lanka reached 150 after 35 overs in the opening match of the tri-nation series tournament at Sabina Park in Kingston.




Mystery off spinner Sunil Narine accounted for two of the four wickets to fall.



Narine had Mahela Jayawardene caught behind for 52 and then had Kumar Sangakkara caught by Kierron Pollard for 17.



Captain Dwayne Bravo accounted for the wicket of opener Upul Tharanga for 25 and Marlon Samules dismissed Dinesh Chandimal for 21.



The batsmen at the crease are Angelo Mathews on 25 and Lahiru Thirimanne on 6.



The 2013 ICC Champions Trophy winners India is the other team involved in the tri-nation series.



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