Cricket-Sri Lanka v New Zealand Twenty20 scoreboard

Tue Oct 30, 2012 11:13pm IST

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Oct. 30 (Reuters) - Scoreboard from the only Twenty20
international between Sri Lanka and New Zealand played at
Pallekele on Tuesday.
    
    Match ended in a no result due to rain
    
    New Zealand
 R Nicol lbw b Eranga               1
 T Latham b Kulasekara              4
 B McCullum c Perera b Kulasekara   1
 R Taylor c Sangakkara b Perera     4
 J Franklin c Sangakkara b Perera   2
 B Watling c Chandimal b Dananjaya  8
 A Ellis c Thirimanne b Dananjaya  16
 J Oram not out                    10
 T Southee not out                 21
 Extras: (lb-3, w-4)                7
 Total: (seven wickets, 14 overs)  74
    Fall of wickets: 1-4 2-10 3-15 4-18 5-24 6-28 7-51
    Did not bat: R Hira, K Mills.
    Bowling: Mathews 3-1-4-0, Kulasekara 3-0-13-2 (w-2), Eranga
3-0-23-1 (w-1), Perera 3-0-22-2 (w-1), Dananjaya 2-0-9-2
   
    Sri Lanka
 D Munaweera not out         4
 T Dilshan not out           2
 Extras:                     0
 Total: (no wicket, 2 overs) 6
    Did not bat: K Sangakkara, D Chandimal, A Mathews, L
Thirimanne, J Mendis, T Perera, N Kulasekara, S Eranga, A
Dananjaya.
    Bowling: Mills 1-0-3-0, Oram 1-0-3-0

 (Edited by Tom Pilcher)
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