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Pakistan A v Sri Lanka A, triangular series final, Colombo

Pakistan A secure a thriller in the gloom

Mar 29, 2005: Pakistan A clinched a thrilling victory over Sri Lanka A in fading light at the Sinhalese Sports Club, to clinch the final of the A-team triangular series

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England A in Sri Lanka

Marsh: 'On the whole I was pleased'

Mar 29, 2005: England A's tour of Sri Lanka ended in disappointment with well-worn criticism over fitness and a lack of technique again to the fore

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Controversy in Sri Lankan cricket

Sumathipala challenges government decision

Mar 29, 2005: The crisis in Sri Lankan cricket has deepened with Thilanga Sumathipala, the president of the suspended Sri Lanka Cricket, challenging the government's decision to take over the board on the grounds of financial misconduct

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Controversy in Sri Lankan cricket

Sumathipala challenges government decision

Mar 29, 2005: The crisis in Sri Lankan cricket has deepened with Thilanga Sumathipala, the president of the suspended Sri Lanka Cricket, challenging the government's decision to take over the board on the grounds of financial misconduct

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Triangular tournament, Colombo

Wajahatullah powers Pakistan A to victory

Mar 20, 2005: Wajahatullah Wasti smashed an impressive century to power Pakistan A to a six-wicket victory over Sri Lanka A in the opening game of the triangular tournament in Colombo

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England A in Sri Lanka 2005

England A complete comfortable win

Mar 18, 2005: England A eased to a comfortable 84-run victory in their warm-up match ahead of the triangular tournament with Sri Lanka A and Pakistan A

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A team triangular tournament, Colombo

Arnold named in Sri Lanka A squad

Mar 17, 2005: Sri Lanka have called up Russel Arnold for the forthcoming A team triangular series also involving Pakistan and England

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England A in Sri Lanka 2005

Bandara - the forgotten man

Mar 15, 2005: Malinga Bandara burst back into international contention during the second unofficial Test against England, claiming career-best figures in the first innings and finishing with a match haul of 11 for 126

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Sri Lanka A v England A, 2nd match, Colombo, 3rd day

Prior heroics can't save England A

Mar 15, 2005: Sri Lanka A tied the unofficial two-match Test series 1-1 despite a heroic fightback from Matthew Prior, England's Sussex-based wicketkeeper, who cracked 104 from just 106 balls to revitalise a run-chase that had been in terminal decline

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Sri Lanka A v England A, 2nd match, Colombo, 2nd day

Bandara stars as Sri Lanka A continue fightback

Mar 14, 2005: Sri Lanka A's fightback gathered strength on day two of this unofficial Test - Malinga Bandara took a career-best 8 for 49, then Shantha Kalavitigoda stroked 83 to leave them 199 runs ahead with five wickets remaining

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Sri Lanka A v England A, 2nd match, Colombo, 2nd day

England A squander advantage

Mar 13, 2005: Fifteen wickets tumbled on an absorbing first day of the second unofficial Test between England A and Sri Lanka A at the Nondescripts' Cricket Club ground in Colombo

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Sri Lanka A v England A, 2nd match, Colombo, 2nd day

England A squander advantage

Mar 13, 2005: Fifteen wickets tumbled on an absorbing first day of the second unofficial Test between England A and Sri Lanka A at the Nondescripts' Cricket Club ground in Colombo

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Sri Lanka A v England A, 1st Test, Colombo, 3rd day

Shah shines to give England A command

Mar 9, 2005: Bad light and a gathering thunderstorm forced England's players to flee the Colombo Cricket Club with 14.5 overs of the day's play remaining, but by that stage they were able to reflect on a third consecutive day of control

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Sri Lanka A v England A, 1st Test, Colombo, 2nd day

Mahmood dents Sri Lanka A's prospects

Mar 8, 2005: Sajid Mahmood bounced back from early onslaught from Avishka Gunawardene to rip through Sri Lanka's top order and tighten England A's grip on a match that they've controlled ever since Ian Bell walked to the crease in the first hour

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Sri Lanka A v England A, 1st Test, Colombo, 1st day

Bell rings up ton to set alarms ringing for Sri Lanka A

Mar 7, 2005: Ian Bell dominated the opening day of England A's unofficial two-Test series against Sri Lanka A with a chanceless 128 not out

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UAE v England A, 4th match, Sharjah

Prior and Solanki seal the clean sweep

Mar 4, 2005: An opening stand of 227 between Matt Prior and Vikram Solanki hurried England A to victory over the United Arab Emirates in the fourth and final match of their brief stay in Sharjah

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UAE v England A, 3rd match, Sharjah

England A make it three out of three in tight finish

Mar 3, 2005: England A completed their third win in a row over the United Arab Emirates in a thrilling manner at Sharjah, reaching their target of 189 with just one wicket to spare

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England A in Sri Lanka, 2004-05

Mubarak to lead Sri Lanka A

Mar 3, 2005: Jehan Mubarak will lead Sri Lanka A against England later this month in twounofficial four-day Tests

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Tour Results
England A v Pakistan A at Moratuwa - Mar 27, 2005
Pakistan A won by 114 runs
Sri Lanka A v England A at Colombo (Colts) - Mar 26, 2005
Sri Lanka A won by 59 runs
England A v Pakistan A at Colombo (CCC) - Mar 23, 2005
Pakistan A won by 5 wickets (with 160 balls remaining)
Sri Lanka A v England A at Colombo (PSS) - Mar 21, 2005
England A won by 5 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
SLC Comb XI v England A at Colombo (Bloomfield) - Mar 18, 2005
England A won by 84 runs
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