159dThe Bulletin by Ger Siggins in Edinburgh

Scotland no match for Sri Lankan pace

Scotland's cricketers dared to dream of a first-ever win against a full member after a fighting display with the ball at the Grange, but were rapidly brought down to earth by a feisty Sri Lankan attack

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Match Details

Toss

Scotland , elected to field first

Series result

Sri Lanka won the 2011 Tri-Nation Tournament in Scotland

Match number

Season

Hours of play (local time)

10.45 start, First Session 10.45-14.15, Interval 14.15-15.00, Second Session 15.00-18.30

Match days

13 July 2011 (50-over match)

Reserve Umpire

Match Referee

Points

Sri Lanka 5, Scotland 0

Commentator: Callum Stewart

Sri Lanka too good for Scotland today, they batted well and Malinga and the bowling attack were too good for them.

32.4
W
Malinga to Goudie, OUT, tries to cut the ball away, straight to Mendis at backward point
32.3
0
Malinga to Goudie, no run,
32.2
0
Malinga to Goudie, no run,
32.1
1lb
Malinga to Sharif, 1 leg bye, down the leg-side
32.1
1w
Malinga to Sharif, 1 wide, down the leg-side

END OF OVER:
32 | 2 Runs 1 Wkt | SCOT: 100/9 (185 runs required from 18 overs, RR: 3.12, RRR: 10.27)

  • SM Sharif9 (19b)
  • KTGD Prasad7-1-18-3
  • BMAJ Mendis2-0-6-0
31.6
W
Prasad to Haq, OUT, goes to drive the wider ball, thin edge which the keeper gathers down low to his left, great resistance from Haq, he exits for 34

Scotland 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st12DF WattsKJ Coetzer
2nd0KJ CoetzerCS MacLeod
3rd11KJ CoetzerJH Davey
4th13JH DaveyPL Mommsen
5th0RD BerringtonPL Mommsen
6th9GI MaidenPL Mommsen
7th4RM HaqPL Mommsen
8th28RM HaqGD Drummond
9th23RM HaqSM Sharif
10th1G GoudieSM Sharif
  • Scotland no match for Sri Lankan pace

    Scotland's cricketers dared to dream of a first-ever win against a full member after a fighting display with the ball at the Grange, but were rapidly brought down to earth by a feisty Sri Lankan attack