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“Ravindra Jadeja, Ashwin and Vinay Kumar failed to provide any substantial support to Sharma, who continued to score at a nearly a run-a-ball.”
“Bravo top-scoredwith 41 and the left-hander Ravi Rampaul provided some resistance in the lower order with a run-a-ball 34.”
“They did so thanks to Mr. Cook who fell only 11 shy of another double hundred, when Shane Watson finally duped him into driving lazily at a wide ball, and to Mr. Bell, who scored his first Ashes hundred in 18 Tests against Australia, and to Mr. Prior who took advantage of a tiring attack to maul a run-a-ball fifty before bad light brought a premature close to the day.”
“While pressing refresh and hoping for a run-a-ball 65 from Andrew Strauss.”
“Today, against Surrey, he passed 1,000 runs for the season and then went on to complete the run-a-ball century that swung the game Worcester's way after wickets for Chris Tremlett and a New Road old boy, Gareth Batty, had reduced them to 125 for five.”
“A fine sweep, in both senses of the word, brings three more, and another sweep for three takes him to a very good run-a-ball fifty, his second of the match.”
“Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal got the better of England's bowlers for large periods in the opening encounter, smashing 125 at quicker than a run-a-ball pace.”
“Besides, both Dravid and Kallis have scored match winning run-a-ball hundreds in odi's.”
“Michael Clarke scored a century on debut and Adam Gilchrist captaining the side in the absence of Ricky Ponting, lead from the front by example and played a captain's knock of a run-a-ball 104.”
“A captain's innings of 86 runs by Michael Vaughan with good support from Andrew Strauss who remained unbeaten on 52 and an almost run-a-ball knock of 81 by opening batsman Marcus Trescothick paved the way for England's victory.”
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