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Australia Under 19s have claimed a 4-1 win in their five-match Youth ODI Series against Sri Lanka Under 19s in Hobart, after recording a 23-run win in the final match at Kingston Twin Ovals today.

The hosts posted 6-244, before holding off a determined Sri Lankan outfit, who were dismissed for 221.

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Sri Lanka Under 19s have held their nerve in a thrilling finish to seal an eight-run win against Australia Under 19s in Hobart, levelling the five-match Youth ODI Series at 1-1.

The hosts scored a thumping 160-run win in the first match, but Sri Lanka were more than up to the task with bat and ball in the second match at Kingston Twin Ovals. A much-improved batting performance from the visitors saw them post 222 before being dismissed in the 47th over, with five members of the top seven going past 20. 

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Australia Under 19s are in a dominant position heading at stumps on day two of their three-day match against Sri Lanka Under 19s in Hobart.

Despite losing three hours of play to rain, the Australians restricted Sri Lanka to 9-149 when stumps was called due to bad light at Kingston Twin Ovals, in reply to Australia’s 6-309 declared. 

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Centuries to all-rounders Jack Edwards and Jonathan Merlo have put Australia Under 19s in a dominant position after day one of their three-day match against Sri Lanka Under 19s in Hobart.

New South Wales product Edwards, 16, and Victorian product Merlo, 18, combined for a 182-run stand in the series opener, after the Australians had been 4-112. 

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Riding on some excellent fielding and steady bowling, Sri Lanka ended their six-match losing streak after beating Bangladesh by 70 runs in the final One-Day International (ODI) here on Saturday, and levelled the three-match series at 1-1.

The hosts, who needed a win to prevent Bangladesh from recording its first away series win since 2009, were put in to bat at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground here in what was the first ODI at the venue in more than six years.

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Bangladesh will be eyeing their first away series win when they take on Sri Lanka in the third and final One-Day International (ODI) cricket match at the Sinhalese Sports Club here on Saturday.

It all fell in place for Bangladesh in the first ODI and the series could have looked very different if rain hadn't intervened midway through the second game. Sri Lanka, after opting to bat first, put up 311 riding on Kusal Mendis's 102 and an innings of 65 from the stand-in skipper Upul Tharanga.

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Cricket Australia has today announced a 15-player squad to represent Australia Under 19s in a six-match series against Sri Lanka Under 19s in April in Tasmania. The series will involve one three-day match and five one-day matches, beginning on 8 April and concluding on 23 April, all played at Hobart’s Kingston Twin Ovals.

The squad - selected by the Youth Selection Panel - features two players who hold state rookie contracts, plus one player with Matador BBQs One-Day Cup experience, two who have played List A cricket and three who have played in the Toyota Futures League.

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