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Nicole Bolton's 77 laid a strong platform for Australia's chase

Sri Lanka v Australia, 4th Women's ODI, Colombo

Bolton, bowlers seal Australia Women's 4-0 sweep

Opener Nicole Bolton's second ODI century set up Australia Women's 4-0 sweep of Sri Lanka Women in Colombo on Sunday

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Dilruwan Perera is all smiles after removing Travis Head

Sri Lanka news

Nick Lee appointed Sri Lanka's trainer

Nick Lee, the 32-year-old former right-hand batsman from Kent, has been appointed Sri Lanka's trainer, the SLC announced on Sunday

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Jess Jonassen in her delivery stride

Sri Lanka v Australia, ICC Women's Championship

Dominant Australia take 3-0 lead after Sri Lanka implode

Australia Women capitalised on another batting implosion from Sri Lanka Women to march to a nine-wicket win in the third ODI in Colombo, taking a 3-0 lead in the series with one game left

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Ramith Rambukwella picked up his maiden T20 wicket

Sri Lanka news

Rambukwella arrested after car mishap

Sri Lanka allrounder Ramith Rambukwella has been arrested following a car accident in Colombo. Rambukwella was driving the car, which struck a wall in the early hours of Thursday. No one was hurt in the incident

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Kristen Beams is pumped after picking up a wicket

Sri Lanka v Australia, 2nd Women's ODI, Dambulla

Beams bowls Australia Women to 78-run win

Riding on Kristen Beams' four-wicket haul and half-centuries from Nicole Bolton and Alex Blackwell, Australia Women thrashed Sri Lanka Women by 78 runs in Dambulla

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Nuwan Kulasekara at a practice session

Sri Lanka news

Nuwan Kulasekara released on bail

Nuwan Kulasekara, the Sri Lanka fast bowler, has been released on bail after he was involved in an accident that caused the death of a 28-year-old, according to an SLC release

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Holly Ferling took three wickets

Sri Lanka Women v Australia Women, 1st ODI, Dambulla

Bowlers set up Australia Women's dominant win

Australia Women's bowlers set up the side's crushing win in the first ODI in Dambulla by bowling out Sri Lanka Women for 76 in 24.5 overs, before the batsmen chased the target with 206 balls to spare

Sugandika Kumari celebrates a wicket

Australia Women in Sri Lanka 2016

SL Women banking on spin to combat Australia

Lanka de Silva, coach of the Sri Lanka Women's team, said he was banking on spinners, particularly left-arm spinners Inoka Ranaweera and Sugandika Kumari, to lead the side's attack in their upcoming ODI series against Australia Women