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West Indies U19s level series with in Pietermaritzburg

The five-match Youth One-Day International series between the South Africa Under-19s and West Indies U19s will go down to the wire after the tourists won the fourth game by four wickets to make it 2-2 in Pietermaritzburg on Sunday.

The hosts, who were looking to wrap up the series in game four, were let down by their batting as they were bowled out for just 207 after losing the toss and being asked to bat first. 

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Pillay, Breetzke star in big win for South Africa U19s

Openers, Jiveshan Pillay and Matthew Breetzke both hit centuries as the Coca-Cola South Africa under-19s went 2-1 up in their five-match series against West Indies after a thumping, 115-run victory in the third Youth One-Day International in Pietermaritzburg on Friday.

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West Indies square under-19 Series against South Africa

South Africa's Under-19s suffered a narrow two-wicket loss against West Indies in their second Youth One-Day International in Pietermaritzburg as the visitors levelled the series 1-1 on Wednesday.

Wandile Makwetu struck a half-century for the home side as they posted a modest 208/8 from their 50 overs. This after captain Raynard van Tonder won the toss and opted to bat first.

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Kohli's unbeaten ton powers India to series clinching win

Riding on skipper Virat Kohli's unbeaten century, India defeated West Indies by eight wickets in the fifth and final One-Day International (ODI) at the Sabina Park Stadium.

Kohli (111 not out) and middle-order batsman Dinesh Karthik (50 not out) helped India on Thursday to outplay the hosts and clinched the five match ODI series 3-1.

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Masakadza’s century in vain as Zimbabwe go down to Sri Lanka

After Hamilton Masakadza’s rousing century propelled Zimbabwe to 310 for eight, this is one match they could have won. Nay, it’s a match they should have won.

But after putting up a bland bowling performance, exacerbated by poor fielding, Zimbabwe could not stop Sri Lanka from winning the third between the two sides by eight wickets in Hambantota today. 

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