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SRILANKA/
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May 18, 2014
Soldiers in wheelchairs take part in a War Victory parade in Matara May 18, 2014. Sri Lanka on Sunday...
Matara, Sri Lanka
Soldiers in wheelchairs take part in a War Victory parade in Matara
Soldiers in wheelchairs take part in a War Victory parade in Matara May 18, 2014. Sri Lanka on Sunday held a military parade and memorial for fallen soldiers to mark the fifth anniversary of the defeat of the Tamil Tigers, which ended a quarter-century civil war in the Indian Ocean nation. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
SRILANKA/
RTR3PNLI
May 18, 2014
Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa (in white) takes part in a War Victory parade in Matara May 18,...
Matara, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa takes part in a War Victory parade in Matara
Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa (in white) takes part in a War Victory parade in Matara May 18, 2014. Sri Lanka on Sunday held a military parade and memorial for fallen soldiers to mark the fifth anniversary of the defeat of the Tamil Tigers, which ended a quarter-century civil war in the Indian Ocean nation. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
SRILANKA/
RTR3PNL8
May 18, 2014
Sri Lankan army snipers in ghillie suits march during a War Victory parade in Matara May 18, 2014. Sri...
Matara, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan army snipers in ghillie suits march during a War Victory parade in Matara
Sri Lankan army snipers in ghillie suits march during a War Victory parade in Matara May 18, 2014. Sri Lanka on Sunday held a military parade and memorial for fallen soldiers to mark the fifth anniversary of the defeat of the Tamil Tigers, which ended a quarter-century civil war in the Indian Ocean nation. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
SRILANKA/
RTR3PNKW
May 18, 2014
A member of the civil defence force looks up during a War Victory parade in Matara May 18, 2014. Sri...
Matara, Sri Lanka
Member of the civil defence force looks up during a War Victory parade in Matara
A member of the civil defence force looks up during a War Victory parade in Matara May 18, 2014. Sri Lanka on Sunday held a military parade and memorial for fallen soldiers to mark the fifth anniversary of the defeat of the Tamil Tigers, which ended a quarter-century civil war in the Indian Ocean nation. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
SRILANKA/
RTR3PNKS
May 18, 2014
An air force officer assists a jumper with his parachute during a War Victory parade in Matara May 18,...
Matara, Sri Lanka
Air force officer assists a jumper with his parachute during a War Victory parade in Matara
An air force officer assists a jumper with his parachute during a War Victory parade in Matara May 18, 2014. Sri Lanka on Sunday held a military parade and memorial for fallen soldiers to mark the fifth anniversary of the defeat of the Tamil Tigers, which ended a quarter-century civil war in the Indian Ocean nation. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
SRILANKA/
RTR3PNKN
May 18, 2014
Air force officers pull a parachute jumper against the wind during a War Victory parade in Matara May...
Matara, Sri Lanka
Air force officers pull a parachute jumper against the wind during a War Victory parade in Matara
Air force officers pull a parachute jumper against the wind during a War Victory parade in Matara May 18, 2014. Sri Lanka on Sunday held a military parade and memorial for fallen soldiers to mark the fifth anniversary of the defeat of the Tamil Tigers, which ended a quarter-century civil war in the Indian Ocean nation. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
SRI LANKA-TSUNAMI/
RTXRVAK
December 15, 2009
A security guard walks inside the rebuilt Mahamaya Balika school in Matara November 29, 2009. The school...
Matara, Sri Lanka
A security guard walks inside the rebuilt Mahamaya Balika school in Matara
A security guard walks inside the rebuilt Mahamaya Balika school in Matara November 29, 2009. The school was severely damaged by the December 2004 tsunami but it was able to rebuild and improve their existing facilities with donations. A tidal wave triggered by an earthquake devastated coastal regions of the island and killed some 23,231 people, according to government reports. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY)
SRI LANKA-TSUNAMI/
RTXRVAH
December 15, 2009
The market area in Matara is pictured November 29, 2009. The December 2004 tsunami destroyed the market,...
Matara, Sri Lanka
The market area in Matara is pictured
The market area in Matara is pictured November 29, 2009. The December 2004 tsunami destroyed the market, which has now been rebuilt. A tidal wave triggered by an earthquake devastated coastal regions of the island and killed some 23,231 people, according to government reports. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY)
SRI LANKA
RTXN672
January 03, 2005
People, who suffered consequences of a tsunami which hit Sri Lanka last week, queue to collect drinkable...
Matara, Sri Lanka
People, who suffered consequences of a tsunami which hit Sri Lanka last week, queue to collect drink.....
People, who suffered consequences of a tsunami which hit Sri Lanka last week, queue to collect drinkable water along the coastal road near Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 3, 2005. [Thousands of children whose lives have been upturned by Sri Lanka's worst natural disaster need two things above all, the head of the United Nations Children's Fund said on Monday - clean water and playtime.]
SRI LANKA QUAKE
RTRJJUW
January 03, 2005
People, who suffered consequences of a tsunami which hit Sri Lanka last week, queue to collect drinkable...
Matara, Sri Lanka
People queue to collect drinkable water along the coastal road near Matar.
People, who suffered consequences of a tsunami which hit Sri Lanka last week, queue to collect drinkable water along the coastal road near Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 3, 2005. Thousands of children whose lives have been upturned by Sri Lanka's worst natural disaster need two things above all, the head of the United Nations Children's Fund said on Monday - clean water and playtime. REUTERS/Yves Herman
SRI LANKA QUAKE TSUNAMI
RTRJJPS
January 03, 2005
People, who suffered consequences of a tsunami which hit Sri Lanka last week, queue to collect drinkable...
Matara, Sri Lanka
People queue to collect drinkable water along the coastal road near Matar.
People, who suffered consequences of a tsunami which hit Sri Lanka last week, queue to collect drinkable water along the coastal road near Matara, southern Sri Lanka, January 3, 2005. Aid for hundreds of thousands of Sri Lankans made homeless by the Indian Ocean tsunamis poured in on Monday, but officials said in some cases it was the wrong aid and distribution had to be improved.Torrential rain has forced several thousand people to swap one makeshift camp for another and local aid workers struggle to gauge numbers or assess people's needs, eight days after giant waves killed over 30,000 people and made nearly a million homeless. REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/ABP
QUAKE SRI LANKA
RTR15D2B
January 02, 2005
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January...
Matara, Sri Lanka
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka.
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 2, 2005. A week after a deadly Indian Ocean tsunami devastated coastal Sri Lanka, and with a final death toll likely to exceed 30,000, government and relief agencies are concentrating for now on providing immediate aid to an estimated one million made homeless by the series of waves triggered by an earthquake off Indonesia. REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/AA
SRI LANKA QUAKE
RTRJGXF
January 02, 2005
Children run next to a truck asking for food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri...
Matara, Sri Lanka
Children run next to a truck asking for food in coastal city of Matara southern Sri Lanka.
Children run next to a truck asking for food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 2, 2005. A week after a deadly Indian Ocean tsunami devastated coastal Sri Lanka, and with a final death toll likely to exceed 30,000, government and relief agencies are concentrating for now on providing immediate aid to an estimated one million made homeless by the series of waves triggered by an earthquake off Indonesia. REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/AA
SRI LANKA QUAKE
RTRJGX7
January 02, 2005
Brenda Fernando touches the statue of Our Lady of Matara which is considered by Catholics in the area...
Matara, Sri Lanka
Brenda Fernando touches the statue of Our Lady of Matara.
Brenda Fernando touches the statue of Our Lady of Matara which is considered by Catholics in the area as escaping by miracle out of the sea after a tsunami devastated the city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 2, 2005. A week after a deadly Indian Ocean tsunami devastated coastal Sri Lanka, and with a final death toll likely to exceed 30,000, government and relief agencies are concentrating for now on providing immediate aid to an estimated one million made homeless by the series of waves triggered by an earthquake off Indonesia. REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/acm
SRI LANKA QUAKE
RTRJGVU
January 02, 2005
View of a shopping aera January 2, 2005, which has been devastated by a tsunami in Matara, southern Sri...
Matara, Sri Lanka
View of a shopping aera which has been devastated by a tsunami in Matara.
View of a shopping aera January 2, 2005, which has been devastated by a tsunami in Matara, southern Sri Lanka. A week after a deadly Indian Ocean tsunami devastated coastal Sri Lanka, and with a final death toll likely to exceed 30,000, government and relief agencies are concentrating for now on providing immediate aid to an estimated one million made homeless by the series of waves triggered by an earthquake off Indonesia. REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/AA
QUAKE SRI LANKA
RTRJGVL
January 02, 2005
View of a shopping aera January 2, 2005, which has been devastated by a tsunami in Matara, southern Sri...
Matara, Sri Lanka
View of a shopping aera which has been devastated by a tsunami in Matara.
View of a shopping aera January 2, 2005, which has been devastated by a tsunami in Matara, southern Sri Lanka. A week after a deadly Indian Ocean tsunami devastated coastal Sri Lanka, and with a final death toll likely to exceed 30,000, government and relief agencies are concentrating for now on providing immediate aid to an estimated one million made homeless by the series of waves triggered by an earthquake off Indonesia. REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/AA
SRI LANKA QUAKE
RTRJGUI
January 02, 2005
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January...
Matara, Sri Lanka
People struggle to receive food in the suburds of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka.
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 2, 2005. A week after a deadly Indian Ocean tsunami devastated coastal Sri Lanka, and with a final death toll likely to exceed 30,000, government and relief agencies are concentrating for now on providing immediate aid to an estimated one million made homeless by the series of waves triggered by an earthquake off Indonesia. REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/ACM
SRI LANKA QUAKE
RTRJGUA
January 02, 2005
A catholic nun protects herself from dust and smells in Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 2, 2005. A...
Matara, Sri Lanka
A catholic nun protects herself from dust and smells in Matara.
A catholic nun protects herself from dust and smells in Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 2, 2005. A week after a deadly Indian Ocean tsunami devastated coastal Sri Lanka, and with a final death toll likely to exceed 30,000, government and relief agencies are concentrating for now on providing immediate aid to an estimated one million made homeless by the series of waves triggered by an earthquake off Indonesia. REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/ACM
SRI LANKA QUAKE
RTRJGRQ
January 02, 2005
A catholic nun clears rubble at the Mahamaya Balika school which has been damaged by a tsunami in Matara....
Matara, Sri Lanka
A catholic nun clears rubble at the Mahamaya Balika school which has been damaged by a tsunami in ......
A catholic nun clears rubble at the Mahamaya Balika school which has been damaged by a tsunami in Matara. A catholic nun clears rubble at the Mahamaya Balika school which has been damaged by a tsunami in Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 2, 2005. The Indian Ocean island's worst natural disaster ravaged the southern, eastern and northern shores of Sri Lanka last Sunday, killing nearly 30,000 people in the country. REUTERS/Yves Herman
SRI LANKA QUAKE
RTRJGJQ
January 02, 2005
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January...
Matara, Sri Lanka
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka.
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 2, 2005. A week after a deadly Indian Ocean tsunami devastated coastal Sri Lanka, and with a final death toll likely to exceed 30,000, government and relief agencies are concentrating for now on providing immediate aid to an estimated one million made homeless by the series of waves triggered by an earthquake off Indonesia REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/WS
SRI LANKA QUAKE
RTRJGJ8
January 02, 2005
People queue to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January...
Matara, Sri Lanka
People queue to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka.
People queue to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 2, 2005. A week after a deadly Indian Ocean tsunami devastated coastal Sri Lanka, and with a final death toll likely to exceed 30,000, government and relief agencies are concentrating for now on providing immediate aid to an estimated one million made homeless by the series of waves triggered by an earthquake off Indonesia. REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/WS
SRI LANKA QUAKE
RTRJGGI
January 02, 2005
People receive food aid in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 2, 2005....
Matara, Sri Lanka
People receive food aid in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka.
People receive food aid in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 2, 2005. A week after a deadly Indian Ocean tsunami devastated coastal Sri Lanka, and with a final death toll likely to exceed 30,000, government and relief agencies are concentrating for now on providing immediate aid to an estimated one million made homeless by the series of waves triggered by an earthquake off Indonesia. REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/WS
SRI LANKA QUAKE
RTRJGE9
January 02, 2005
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January...
Matara, Sri Lanka
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka.
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 2, 2005. A week after a deadly Indian Ocean tsunami devastated coastal Sri Lanka, the country is counting the cost of a disaster from which it will take years to recover. With a final death toll likely to exceed 30,000, government and relief agencies are concentrating for now on providing immediate aid to an estimated one million made homeless by the series of waves triggered by an earthquake off Indonesia. REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/WS
SRI LANKA QUAKE
RTRJGBN
January 02, 2005
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January...
Matara, Sri Lanka
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka.
People struggle to receive food in the suburbs of the coastal city of Matara, southern Sri Lanka January 2, 2005. A week after a deadly Indian Ocean tsunami devastated coastal Sri Lanka, the country is counting the cost of a disaster from which it will take years to recover. With a final death toll likely to exceed 30,000, government and relief agencies are concentrating for now on providing immediate aid to an estimated one million made homeless by the series of waves triggered by an earthquake off Indonesia. REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/WS
SRI LANKA
RTRIO4H
May 02, 2004
A young monk cries as he and 31 other children are inducted as novices at a lavish Buddhist ceremony...
Matara, Sri Lanka
A YOUNG NOVICE MONK CRIES AT A LAVISH BUDDHIST CEREMONY IN MATARA IN SRI LANKA.
A young monk cries as he and 31 other children are inducted as novices at a lavish Buddhist ceremony in Matara, in southern Sri Lanka in this picture taken May 2, 2004. The ceremony marked the 250th anniversary of the arrival of the first high priests on the Indian ocean island. Picture taken May 2, 2004. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi AL/SH
SRI LANKA
RTRIO4B
May 02, 2004
A young monk cries as he and 31 other children are inducted as novices at a lavish Buddhist ceremony...
Matara, Sri Lanka
A YOUNG NOVICE MONK CRIES AT A LAVISH BUDDHIST CEREMONY IN MATARA IN SRI LANKA.
A young monk cries as he and 31 other children are inducted as novices at a lavish Buddhist ceremony in Matara, in southern Sri Lanka in this picture taken May 2, 2004. The ceremony marked the 250th anniversary of the arrival of the first high priests on the Indian ocean island. Picture taken May 2, 2004. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi AL/SH
SPORT CRICKET
RTR136WC
February 18, 2001
England cricketers take a breather during the final day of their four-day match against Sri Lanka Board...
Matara, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
ENGLAND CRICKETRS TAKE A BREATHER DURING THEIR CRICKET MATCH IN MATARA.
England cricketers take a breather during the final day of their four-day match against Sri Lanka Board President XI in Matara, about 160 km (100 miles) south of the capital Colombo, February 18, 2001. The match ended in a draw.

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RTR136W8
February 18, 2001
ENGLAND CAPTAIN NASSER HUSSAIN PULLS OFF A CATCH DURING CRICKET PLAY AGAINST SRI LANKA BOARD PRESIDENT...
Matara, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
ENGLAND CAPTAIN NASSER HUSSAIN PULLS OFF A CATCH DURING CRICKET PLAY AGAINST SRI LANKA BOARD ...
ENGLAND CAPTAIN NASSER HUSSAIN PULLS OFF A CATCH DURING CRICKET PLAY AGAINST SRI LANKA BOARD PRESIDENT IN MATARA.


England captain Nasser Hussain (back in the camera) at first slip pulls off a catch to dismiss Sri Lanka Board XI opening batsman Ruwin Pieris (L) while wicket keeper Alec Stewart (C) watches during the final day of their four-day match against Sri Lanka Board President XI in Matara, about 160 km (100 miles) south of the capital Colombo, February 18,2001. The match ended in a draw.
SPORT CRICKET
RTR136W1
February 18, 2001
ENGLAND WICKET KEEPER ALEC STEWART MAKES A DIVE DURING CRICKET PLAY AGAINST SRI LANKAN BOARD PRESIDENT...
Matara, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
ENGLAND WICKET KEEPER ALEC STEWART MAKES A DIVE DURING CRICKET PLAY AGAINST SRI LANKAN BOARD ...
ENGLAND WICKET KEEPER ALEC STEWART MAKES A DIVE DURING CRICKET PLAY AGAINST SRI LANKAN BOARD PRESIDENT SQUAD IN MATARA.


England wicket keeper Alec Stewart (R) makes a dive in vain to catch Sri Lanka Board XI batsman Sunendra Kumar (not in picture) as short leg fieldsman Graeme Thorpe (L) shouts to alert Stewart during the final day of their four-day match against Sri Lanka Board President XI in Matara, about 160 km (100 miles) south of the capital Colombo, February 18, 2001. The match ended in a draw.
SPORT CRICKET ENGLAND
RTR1363L
February 17, 2001
England batsman Graham Thorpe plays a drive which was caught back by bowler Niroshan Bandaratilleke (not...
Matara, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
GRAHAM THORPE OF ENGLAND PLAYS A DRIVE WHICH WAS CAUGHT BACK BY SRI LANKAN TEAM.
England batsman Graham Thorpe plays a drive which was caught back by bowler Niroshan Bandaratilleke (not in picture) after making 57 runs on the third day of their four-day match against Sri Lanka Board President XI in Matara, about 160 km (100 miles) south of the capital Colombo, February 17, 2001. Wicket keeper Tillakaratne Dilshan looks on. England were 342 for 6 at tea in reply to Sri Lanka Board Xi's first innings score of 253.

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SPOXRT CRICKET
RTR1363I
February 17, 2001
ENGLAND BATSMAN ALEC STEWART STROKES THE BALL DURING CRICKET PLAY AGAINST SRI LANKA BOARD PRESIDENT TEAM.


Engalnd...
Matara, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
ENGLAND BATSMAN ALEC STEWART STROKES THE BALL DURING CRICKET PLAY AGAINST SRI LANKA BOARD ...
ENGLAND BATSMAN ALEC STEWART STROKES THE BALL DURING CRICKET PLAY AGAINST SRI LANKA BOARD PRESIDENT TEAM.


Engalnd batsman Alec Stewart hits the ball on his way to scoring 40 on the third day of the four-day match against Sri Lanka Board President XI in Matara, about 160 km (100 miles) south of the capital Colombo, February 17, 2001. England were 342 for 6 at tea in reply to Sri Lanka Board XI's first innings score of 253.
SPORT CRICKET ENGLAND
RTR1363F
February 17, 2001
England opening batsman Michael Atherton (C) leaves the pitch after being bowled by Sri Lankan bolwer...
Matara, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
ENGLAND OPENING BATSMAN MICHAEL ATHERTON LEAVES THE PITCH AFTER SRI LANKAN TEAM BOWLED HIM OUT.
England opening batsman Michael Atherton (C) leaves the pitch after being bowled by Sri Lankan bolwer Dinusha Fernando (R) for 85 runs as Graham Thorpe (L) looks on during the third day of their four-day match against Sri Lanka Board President XI in Matara, about 160 km (100 miles) south of the capital Colombo, February 17, 2001. England were 342 for 6 at tea in reply to Sri Lanka Board XI's first innings score of 253.

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February 16, 2001
England batsman Graham Thorpe drives during the second day of England's four day tour match against Sri...
Matara, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
ENGLAND'S GRAHAM THORPE DRIVES DURING ENGLAND'S TOUR MATCH AGAINST A SRI LANKA BOARD PRESIDENT'S XI.
England batsman Graham Thorpe drives during the second day of England's four day tour match against Sri Lanka Cricket Board President XI in Matara, about 160 km (100 miles) south of the capital Colombo, February 16, 2001. England were 174 for two in reply to Sri Lanka Board XI's first innings score of 253, before rain stopped play.

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RTR135P9
February 16, 2001
Three unidentified English cricket fans enjoy themselves at the waterlogged Matara Cricket Grounds after...
Matara, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
ENGLISH CRICKET FANS ENJOY THEMSELVES AT THE WATERLOGGED MATARA CRICKET GROUNDS.
Three unidentified English cricket fans enjoy themselves at the waterlogged Matara Cricket Grounds after the second day's play of the four day cricket match between England and Sri Lanka Board XI was halted by rain February 16, 2001. England were 174 for two in reply to Board XI's first innings score of 253 when rain intervened.

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RTR135P6
February 16, 2001
ENGLAND CAPTAIN NASSER HUSSAIN PLAYS A LOFTED DRIVE DURING ENGLAND'S TOUR MATCH AGAINST A SRI LANKA BOARD...
Matara, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
ENGLAND CAPTAIN NASSER HUSSAIN PLAYS A LOFTED DRIVE DURING ENGLAND'S TOUR MATCH AGAINST A SRI ...
ENGLAND CAPTAIN NASSER HUSSAIN PLAYS A LOFTED DRIVE DURING ENGLAND'S TOUR MATCH AGAINST A SRI LANKA BOARD PRESIDENT'S XI.


England captain Nasser Hussain plays a lofted drive off spinner Muthumudalige Pushpakumara to be caught at mid on by Dinusha Fernando for seven on the second day of their four-day match against Sri Lanka Board President XI in Matara, about 160 km (100 miles) south of the capital Colombo February 16, 2001. England were 174 for two in reply to Sri Lanka Board Xi's first innings score of 253.
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RTR135P3
February 16, 2001
ENGLAND'S OPENING BATSMAN MICHAEL ATHERTON TAKES A RUN DURING ENGLAND'S TOUR MATCH AGAINST A SRI LANKA...
Matara, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
ENGLAND'S OPENING BATSMAN MICHAEL ATHERTON TAKES A RUN DURING ENGLAND'S TOUR MATCH AGAINST A SRI ...
ENGLAND'S OPENING BATSMAN MICHAEL ATHERTON TAKES A RUN DURING ENGLAND'S TOUR MATCH AGAINST A SRI LANKA BOARD PRESIDENT'S XI.


England's opening batsman Michael Atherton takes a run during his innings of 74 not out on the second day of England's four-day match against Sri Lanka Board President XI in Matara, about 160 km (100 miles) south of the capital Colombo February 16, 2001. England were 174 for two in reply to Sri Lanka Board XI's first innings score of 253.
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RTR13599
February 15, 2001
ENGLAND'S BOWLER ANDREW CADDICK APPEALS UNSUCCESSFULLY DURING THEIR FOUR DAY MATCH AGAINST SRI LANKA...
Matara, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
ENGLAND'S BOWLER ANDREW CADDICK APPEALS UNSUCCESSFULLY DURING THEIR FOUR DAY MATCH AGAINST SRI ...
ENGLAND'S BOWLER ANDREW CADDICK APPEALS UNSUCCESSFULLY DURING THEIR FOUR DAY MATCH AGAINST SRI LANKA BOARD PRESIDENT'S XI.


England's bowler Andrew Caddick appeals unsuccessfully during the first day of their four day match against Sri Lanka Board President's XI in Matara, 160km (about 100 miles) south of Colombo February 15, 2001. Sri Lanka made a total of 253 in their first innings.
SPORT CRICKET
RTR13595
February 15, 2001
England cricket players celebrate after bowler Matthew Hoggard (without cap) claimed the wicket of a...
Matara, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
ENGLAND CRICKET PLAYERS CELEBRATE TAKING SRI LANKAN WICKETS DURING THEIR FOUR DAY MATCH IN MATARA.
England cricket players celebrate after bowler Matthew Hoggard (without cap) claimed the wicket of a Sri Lankan batsman on the first day of their four-day match against Sri Lanka Board President XI in Matara, about 160 km (100 miles) south of the capital Colombo, February 15, 2001. Hoggard captured three wickets as Sri Lanka made 253 in their first innings.

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RTR1358X
February 15, 2001
England's Matthew Hoggard bowls during the first day of their four day match against the Sri Lanka Board...
Matara, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
ENGLAND'S MATTHEW HOGGARD BOWLS DURING THEIR FOUR DAY MATCH AGAINST THE SRI LANKA BOARD PRESIDENT'S XI....
England's Matthew Hoggard bowls during the first day of their four day match against the Sri Lanka Board President XI in Matara, 160 km (about 100 miles) south of Colombo February 15, 2001. Hoggard captured three wickets for 17 as Sri Lanka made 253 in their first innings.

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