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West Indies limit Bangladesh to 217


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Young Harry Finch made 95 in just 58 balls
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Luke Wright cuts on his way to a century
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Aneesh Kapil swings down the ground on his way to a half-century
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Nasir Hossain scored 26, the second highest score in Bangladesh's innings
Anamul Haque hugs Mashrafe Mortaza
Anamul Haque celebrated his hundred with a primal scream


     Bangladesh 217/9 v West Indies 48/5 (16/50 ov)
     SL BP XI 325/7 v Pakistanis 290/8 (46.2/46.2 ov, target 304)
SL BP XI won by 13 runs (D/L method)
     Aus Women v Pak Women (09:30 local | 23:30 GMT | 19:30 EDT | 18:30 CDT | 16:30 PDT)



     NZ A 369/6 v Scotland 272 (47.5/50 ov)
NZ A won by 97 runs
     S Africa U19 186 v England U19 188/4 (44.5/50 ov)
England U19 won by 6 wickets (with 31 balls remaining)
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