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Friday, 30 June 2017 - 8:37
Australia beat Sri Lanka despite Jayangani 178
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Chamari Athapaththu hit the third highest women's one-day score but Sri Lanka still lost to Australia by eight wickets at the World Cup.

Chamari scored 178 not out to lead Sri Lanka to 257 for 9 at Bristol.

But Australia captain Meg Lanning, who is the top-ranked ODI batswoman, hit an unbeaten 152 as her side chased down Sri Lanka's total inside 44 overs.
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