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Kusal Perera takes the catch to dismiss Anton Devcich, Northern Knights v Southern Express, CLT20 qualifier, Raipur, September 13, 2014 (ESPNCI)


Danushka Gunathilaka is bowled, Northern Knights v Southern Express, CLT20 qualifier, Raipur, September 13, 2014 (ESPNCI)


Seekkuge Prasanna is run out, Northern Knights v Southern Express, CLT20 qualifier, Raipur, September 13, 2014 (ESPNCI)


Oops.. Danushka Gunathilaka loses grip of the bat, Northern Knights v Southern Express, CLT20 qualifier, Raipur, September 13, 2014 (ESPNCI)


Kusal Perera slammed 37 off 20, Northern Knights v Southern Express, CLT20 qualifier, Raipur, September 13, 2014 (ESPNCI)

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* India thrash Lanka 8-0 in Hockey

Sept 22 (FPJ) Incheon- Playing their first match of the Asian Games at the Seonhak Hockey Stadium here, the Indian men’s team defeated neighbours Sri Lanka 8-0 in a Pool B contest here on Sunday. It was Rupinder Pal Singh’s hat-trick and Ramandeep Singh’s double that put India in more than a comfortable position and a goal each from V.R. Raghunath, Chinglensana Singh and Nikkin Thimmaiah gave the opponents a big setback.
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* Pakistan preparing for World Cup sans suspended Saeed Ajmal

Sept 22 (ZN) Karachi- Although the PCB is leaving no stone unturned to allow suspended off-spinner, Saeed Ajmal a chance to make a comeback to international cricket, the national selectors and head coach, Waqar Younis are already planning for the World Cups sans Ajmal. "What happened is unfortunate and a big blow to the team. But we have to plan thinking Saeed could not be available for the World Cup," Waqar said on Sunday.
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* Malinga to have ankle surgery in Australia

Sept 22 (ESPNCI) Lasith Malinga has suggested Sri Lanka would be wise to groom another bowler as a World Cup failsafe as he prepares to undergo surgery on Monday that will keep him out for around 16 weeks. Malinga consulted his orthopaedic surgeon in Melbourne on Sunday, and decided his long-term ankle complaint had degenerated to an extent that it required surgery. If there are no complications during the arthroscopic procedure or recovery, Malinga is expected to return to full intensity at training in mid-January,
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