Cricket-Sri Lanka v New Zealand - second test scoreboard

Sun Nov 25, 2012 7:06pm IST

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Nov 25 (Reuters) - Scoreboard after the first day of the
second test between Sri Lanka and New Zealand in Colombo.
    New Zealand won the toss and opted to bat
    New Zealand first innings
 M.Guptill  c Mathews b Kulasekara          4
 B.McCullum lbw b Eranga                    4
 K.Williamson not out                      95
 R.Taylor     not out                     119
 Extras (nb1)                               1
 Total (for two wickets; 80.5 overs)      223
    To bat: K.van Wyk, T.Astle, D.Flynn, J.Patel, T.Southee,
D.Bracewell, T.Boult
    Fall of wickets: 1-4, 2-14
    Bowling: Kulasekara 13.5-2-42-1 (1nb), Eranga 14-0-70-1,
Mathews 5-1-14-0, Herath 21-2-45-0, Randiv 23-3-47-0, Dilshan
4-0-5-0
    
    Sri Lanka lead the series 1-0

 (Editing by Mark Meadows)
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