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In pictures: Sri Lanka vs South Africa, ICC U19 Cricket World Cup, 2012

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By Staff Writers | August 15, 2012

Sri Lanka U19s were bowled out for 150 in 37.4 overs in their ICC U19 World Cup Group-D clash against South Africa U19 at Peter Burge Oval in Brisbane today. South Africa lost six wickets in their chase, but overhauled the paltry Sri Lankan total in the 33rd over.

Brief scores
Sri Lanka U19 150 all out (37.4 overs) – (P Tharanga 50 – C Dry 4/16, C Savage 2/30).
South Africa U19 153/6 (33 overs) – (C Bowes 46, T de Bruyn 42 – T Kaushal 3/28, S de Mel 2/32).

Sanitha De Mel of Sri Lanka and Chad Bowes of South Africa toss the coin.
Captain Sanitha De Mel and Chad Bowes of South Africa toss the coin before the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012 match between Sri Lanka and South Africa at Peter Burge Oval on August 15, 2012 in Brisbane, Australia.

Pulina Taranga of Sri Lanka bats during the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012 match between Sri Lanka and South Africa.
Lower-order batsman Pulina Tharanga bats on his way to an unbeaten half-century.

Angelo Jayasinghe of Sri Lanka bats during the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012 match between Sri Lanka and South Africa.
Angelo Jayasinghe negotiates the South African bowlers.

Lahiru Madushanka (C) of Sri Lanka receives attention during the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012 match between Sri Lanka and South Africa at Peter Burge Oval on August 15, 2012 in Brisbane, Australia.
Lahiru Madushanka receives medical treatment.

Calvin Savage of South Africa bats during the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012 match between Sri Lanka and South Africa at Peter Burge Oval on August 15, 2012 in Brisbane, Australia.
Sri Lankan players appeal against Calvin Savage of South Africa.

 Amila Aponsu of Sri Lanka bowls during the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012 match between Sri Lanka and South Africa at Peter Burge Oval on August 15, 2012 in Brisbane, Australia.
Left-arm spinner Amila Aponsu bowled economically but went wicketless.

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Photos: © Matt Roberts-ICC/Getty Images

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