Bowlers put Sri Lanka A ahead
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Bowlers put Sri Lanka A ahead

Colombo : Sri Lanka | Jul 07, 2012 at 11:29 PM PDT
Source: CricInfo
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Sri Lanka A's bowlers struck at regular intervals on the second day to give their side the opportunity of taking a significant lead in Durban. They reduced South Africa A to 211 for 8, after the visitors had been dismissed for 336 earlier in the day. FULL ARTICLE AT CricInfo
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