Sport: Cricket

The Proteas first innings lasted less than 35 overs as they were bowled out for 124 runs to leave them with a first innings deficit of 214 runs.
David Warner was handed a one-year ban from international and state cricket by Cricket Australia for his role in helping to devise a ball-tampering plan.
Sri Lankan spinners ran riot on the dry pitch in Colombo after the home side had made 338 with Dananjaya starring in a last-wicket stand.
Maharaj, who continued with his second-innings form from Galle to produce an exceptional spin masterclass, says he bowled a lot of overs in the build-up to the match.
Adil Rashid played his 10th and last test against India at Chennai in December 2016 but was overlooked for home series against South Africa, the West Indies, and the Ashes.
Sri Lanka, who won the opening game in Galle last week, are eyeing their first series win against the number-two ranked Proteas since 2006.
Proteas left-arm spinner, Keshav Maharaj went wicketless in the first innings in Galle but shook off the cobwebs in the second innings to finish with figures of 4/58.
Cricket South Africa has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer.
The Proteas have had two days of introspection and reflection following the disappointing 278-run loss in the first Test in Galle.
The pitch being used for Monday's game at Queen's Sports Ground in Bulawayo has been watered and rolled in the last two days.
Hadlee's family revealed last month that he had a tumour removed after being diagnosed with bowel cancer and was expected to make a full recovery.
The merit of the toss has been debated as a need to reduce the home advantage that often results in host nations rolling out pitches doctored to favour their players.
The Lankan Premier League (LPL) was due to start on August 18, but an interim management body appointed last month decided to delay the tournament.
Chasing a daunting target of 335 after the hosts were dismissed for 129 in their second innings, Bangladesh slumped to 162 all out off just 42 overs.
Root's 113, allied to fifties from white-ball captain Eoin Morgan and David Willey, guided England to 322 for seven.
South Africa dismissed Sri Lanka for 190 runs on the third morning of the first Test, leaving them with 352 runs for victory on a crumbling Galle track.
Home openers Amy Jones and Tammy Beaumont shared a century stand as England threatened a huge total.
Skipper Faf du Plessis top-scored with 49 before the South African innings folded in the second session.
Taijul had come into Bangladesh as the lone change from the first Test humiliation, replacing medium-pacer Rubel Hossain
England have retained David Malan, who did not play at Trent Bridge after being called up as cover for Hales, for the second ODI at the Middlesex batsman's Lord's home ground.
At the close of play, South Africa were 4/1 and trailing by 283 runs.
Rabada, who has figures of 3-35 from his nine overs, tore through the Sri Lankan middle-order after lunch as the islanders slipped from 115-2 to 119-5.
Chandimal was suspected of using saliva and a sweet that he had in his mouth to tamper with the ball in an attempt to make it spin more.
The No1 ranked ICC Test bowler has fully recovered from the lower back injury he sustained in April.
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