Sri Lanka’s Rangana Herath is run out by  Ben Foakes to seal England’s first Test win over Sri Lanka. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty

First Test, Galle. England 342 & 322 - 6 declared (93.0 overs) beat Sri Lanka 203 & 250 all out (85.1 overs) by 211 runs England wrapped up t(...)

 South Africa’s Imran Tahir celebrates taking the wicket of Sri Lanka’s Chamara Kapugedera for a duck during the ICC Champions Trophy match  at The Oval in London. Photograph: Ian Kington/AFP/Getty Images

South Africa 299-6 (H Amla 103, F du Plessis 75, JP Duminy 38no; N Pradeep 2-54), Sri Lanka 203 (41.3 ovs) (U Tharanga 57, K Perera 44no, N Dickwella (...)

South African bowler Kagiso Rabada  celebrates the dismissal of Sri Lanka  captain Angelo Mathews  during the second Test between South Africa and Sri Lanka   in Cape Town. Photograph: Gianluigi Guercia/AFP/Getty

Four wickets in seven overs from Kagiso Rabada helped South Africa wrap up a series victory over Sri Lanka with one Test to spare. Rabada’s opening (...)

Durham bowler Barry McCarthy could be in line to make his Ireland internatinal debut in the first KPC Series One-Day International against Sri Lanka at Malahide on Thursday. Photograph:   Stu Forster/Getty Images

KPC Series One-Day International: Ireland v Sri Lanka, Malahide First ball: Thursday 10.45am On TV: Setanta Ireland, 10.35am Ireland’s cricketers m(...)

 England captain Alastair Cook raises his bat after reaching 10,000 Test runs during day four of the second Test against Sri Lanka at  Chester-le-Street. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

England won the second Test in Durham on Monday and with it the three-match series, just as they had promised to do since bowling Sri Lanka out for 10(...)

Sri Lanka’s Dimuth Karunaratne (R) exchanges his bat on the third day of the second test cricket match between England and Sri Lanka at the Riverside in Chester Le Street, north east England on Sunday. Photograph: Scott Heppel/AFP

England moved towards victory in the second Test against Sri Lanka whose batsmen showed sufficient resolve on Sunday to push the game into a fourth da(...)

England’s Jonny Bairstow celebrates after reaching his hundred in the Test match against Sri Lanka at Headingley in Leeds. Photograph: Getty Images

Jonny Bairstow’s second Test century, and two unstoppable spells from James Anderson, put England in total control against Sri Lanka at Headingley. T(...)

Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews  dives successfully to make his ground  as England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler tries to run him out. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters

England held their nerve to beat Sri Lanka by 10 runs in a thrilling World Twenty20 Group One match in New Delhi on Saturday, reaching the semi-final(...)

Australia’s Glenn Maxwell scored the second fastest century in World Cup history, after Kevin O’Brien.  Photograph: Reuters

Glenn Maxwell scored the second-fastest century in World Cup history as Australia secured their place in the quarter-finals with an exciting 64-run wi(...)

Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews  celebrates reaching his century during day four of the second Test match  at Headingley  in Leeds. Photograph: Dave Thompson/Getty Images

Sri Lanka 257 & 457; England 365 & 57-5Sri Lanka have the whip hand in the second Test at Headingley, the match turned on its head and all but(...)

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