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Australia thump SL to claim series win

Aaron Finch


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Yes Moments: Clarke bowls Australia to victory

Former Australia skipper Michael Clarke recalls that magical SCG afternoon in 2008 when the young pup took three wickets in an over to secure a famous win against India


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Yes Moments: Sanga's hurricane in Hobart

Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara breaks down a magnificent fighting knock at Bellerive Oval in 2007 and recalls how Trevor Bayliss's advice helped him reach 192


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Yes Moments: 'The best ball I've bowled'

After 15 years of trying, Ryan Harris produced the "perfect" ball, one of the all-time great Ashes deliveries that knocked Alistair Cook over first ball at the WACA in 2013


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John Hastings took 6-45 as Australia bowled Sri Lanka out for 212, before Aaron Finch and George Bailey led the tourists to a series-clinching victory


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Finch flays equal-fastest Australian fifty

Aaron Finch took 18 balls to equal the 26-year-old mark set by Simon O'Donnell and Glenn Maxwell for the fastest ODI fifty in Australian history


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Brilliant Bailey sweeps Aussies to success

George Bailey made an emphatic statement as he proved his adeptness against spin on the subcontinent during the fourth ODI in Dambulla


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Duke decisive with career-best haul

Australia quick John 'The Duke' Hastings ran through Sri Lanka with 6-45 - the first five-wicket haul of his international career - during the fourth ODI


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Unbeaten skipper Warner reflects on series win

David Warner praises his side's bowlers and opening batsman Aaron Finch after Australia cruised to victory over Sri Lanka in the fourth ODI Dambulla


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Chandimal fears Mathews is out for the series

Sri Lanka vice-captain Dinesh Chandimal confirms the injury to his skipper Angelo Mathews and laments to loss to Australia in Dambulla


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SL set Aussies 213 after Hastings' six

Dhananjaya de Silva made a classy 76 and Angelo Mathews braved a calf injury as Sri Lanka made 212 all out from their 50 overs in the 4th ODI in Dambulla


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Mathews retires hurt before making late cameo

Angelo Mathews was struck down by a calf injury and forced to retire hurt against Australia before he returned for a late-innings cameo


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Taylor, Steyn and stacks of cracks

Dale Steyn's near mullygrubber to knock over Ross Taylor in the second Test at Centurion wasn't the first time we've seen a crack play serious tricks


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Starc's happy knack an opener's nightmare

Mitchell Starc is perhaps the most damaging bowler in the ODI game today ... but at least it's all over quickly for the opposition's opening batsmen


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Shamsi continues appealling tradition

After Tabraiz Shamsi's effort against the NPS in Mackay, we've taken a look at some memorable recent appeals for wickets.


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Miller's majestic Mackay century

David Miller, standing in as captain for the Proteas, guided South Africa A home against the National Performance Squad, belting six sixes in a 104-ball 124 at Harrup Park.