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Sri Lanka run out Ireland by 10 runs

Published: Wednesday, December 6, 2000, 1:30 [IST]
 
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Christchurch: It was a day of run outs - there were as many as nine, five in the Sri Lankan innings and four in the Ireland innings, as Sri Lanka finally ran out Ireland for a 10-run victory in an inconsequential league match of the Women's World Cup match at the Lincoln Green on Tuesday.Sri Lanka, sent into bat by Irish skipper who won the toss, lost their top three wickets to run outs. Their poor running between the wickets continued as they lost to more wickets to run outs down the middle to be all out for 129 off 47.3 overs. Only Hiroshi Abeysinghe stood amidst the ruins for the Lankans with a well compiled 52 runs off 112 balls with four hits to the fence. Ireland were bowled out for 119 with the last wicket falling to a run out in 49.5 overs. Opener Karen Young top scored on 30 runs from 112 balls with one four.

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