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Australia's Karmichael Hunt looks for a way past New Zealand's Frank Pritchard watched by Nigel Vagana during the opening match of the Tri Nations Rugby League tournament in Auckland

Australia's Karmichael Hunt (C) looks for a way past New Zealand's Frank Pritchard (R) watched by Nigel Vagana during the opening match of the Tri Nations Rugby League tournament in Auckland, New Zealand October 14, 2006. REUTERS/Nigel Marple/File photo

South Africa U20 beat England U20 in final tri-nations match

South Africa U20 beat England U20 in final tri-nations match

South Africa U20 beat England U20 in final tri-nations match

The SA U20 national team defeated England 2-1 in their second match of the tri-nations tournament

India vs St. Kitts and Nevis - India win Tri-Nations Cup but questions still remain

India vs St. Kitts and Nevis - India win Tri-Nations Cup but questions still remain

India vs St. Kitts and Nevis - India win Tri-Nations Cup but questions still remain

After capturing the title with a 1-1 draw against St. Kitts and Nevis, Goal looks at the key aspects of India's campaign....

India vs St. Kitts and Nevis - India win Tri-Nations Cup but questions still remain

After capturing the title with a 1-1 draw against St. Kitts and Nevis, Goal looks at the key aspects of India's campaign....

India vs St. Kitts and Nevis - India win Tri-Nations Cup but questions still remain

India vs St. Kitts and Nevis - India win Tri-Nations Cup but questions still remain

India vs Mauritius - A patchy win leaves a lot to be desired for the Blue Tigers

With Balwant Singh's goal giving India a 2-1 victory in the Tri-nations opener, Goal looks at the areas where the Blue Tigers shone and disappointed..

India vs Mauritius - A patchy win leaves a lot to be desired for the Blue Tigers

With Balwant Singh's goal giving India a 2-1 victory in the Tri-nations opener, Goal looks at the areas where the Blue Tigers shone and disappointed..

India vs Mauritius - A patchy win leaves a lot to be desired for the Blue Tigers

With Balwant Singh's goal giving India a 2-1 victory in the Tri-nations opener, Goal looks at the areas where the Blue Tigers shone and disappointed..

India vs Mauritius - A patchy win leaves a lot to be desired for the Blue Tigers

With Balwant Singh's goal giving India a 2-1 victory in the Tri-nations opener, Goal looks at the areas where the Blue Tigers shone and disappointed..

Kerala Blasters star Sandesh Jhingan captains India to a win over Mauritius in tri-nations football

Kerala Blasters star Sandesh Jhingan captains India to a win over Mauritius in tri-nations football

India vs Mauritius - A patchy win leaves a lot to be desired for the Blue Tigers

With Balwant Singh's goal giving India a 2-1 victory in the Tri-nations opener, Goal looks at the areas where the Blue Tigers shone and disappointed..

FILE - In this July 23, 2011, file photo, Australia's Stephen Moore breaks a tackle on his way to scoring a try against South Africa during their Tri-Nations rugby union test match in Sydney. Moore announced Thursday, July 27, 2017 he'll quit international rugby at the end of the year and already handed the Wallabies captaincy over to Michael Hooper. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft, File)

The New Zealand team captain Tom Latham and his teammates celebrate with the trophy after winning the Tri-Nations series at Clontarf Cricket Club, at Clontarf Cricket Club, Dublin, Ireland, Wednesday May 24, 2017. (Brian Lawless/PA via AP)

The New Zealand team captain Tom Latham and his teammates celebrate with the trophy after winning the Tri-Nations series at Clontarf Cricket Club, at Clontarf Cricket Club, Dublin, Ireland, Wednesday May 24, 2017. (Brian Lawless/PA via AP)

Bangladesh's Mahmudullah, left, celebrates with teammate Mushfiqur Rahim after hitting a four to win the Tri-Nations series match at Clontarf Cricket Club, Dublin, Ireland, Wednesday May 24, 2017. (Brian Lawless/PA via AP)

New Zealand's Neil Broom bats during the Tri-Nations series match against Bangladesh at Clontarf Cricket Club, Dublin Wednesday May 24, 2017. (Brian Lawless/PA via AP)

New Zealand's Neil Broom bats during the Tri-Nations series match against Bangladesh at Clontarf Cricket Club, Dublin Wednesday May 24, 2017. (Brian Lawless/PA via AP)

Bangladesh's Nasir Hossain, third right, celebrates bowling out New Zealand's Tom Latham during the Tri-Nations series match against New Zealand at Clontarf Cricket Club, Dublin Wednesday May 24, 2017. (Brian Lawless/PA via AP)

Bangladesh's Nasir Hossain, third right, celebrates bowling out New Zealand's Tom Latham during the Tri-Nations series match against New Zealand at Clontarf Cricket Club, Dublin Wednesday May 24, 2017. (Brian Lawless/PA via AP)

Bangladesh's Nasir Hossain bowls during the Tri-Nations series match against New Zealand at Clontarf Cricket Club, Dublin Wednesday May 24, 2017. (Brian Lawless/PA via AP)

Bangladesh's Nasir Hossain bowls during the Tri-Nations series match against New Zealand at Clontarf Cricket Club, Dublin Wednesday May 24, 2017. (Brian Lawless/PA via AP)

New Zealand's Tom Latham and Ross Taylor during the One Day International Tri Nations Series match against Ireland at Malahide Cricket Club Ground, Ireland, Sunday, May 21, 2017. (Niall Carson/PA Wire/PA via AP)

New Zealand's Ross Taylor, right, during the One Day International Tri Nations Series match at Malahide Cricket Club Ground, Ireland, Sunday, May 21, 2017. (Niall Carson/PA Wire/PA via AP)

Ireland's Craig Young, right, during the One Day International Tri Nations Series match at Malahide Cricket Club Ground, Ireland, Sunday, May 21, 2017. (Niall Carson/PA Wire/PA via AP)

Etzebeth and Habana of South Africa's Springboks tackle Folau of Australia's Wallabies during their Tri-Nations rugby union match at Subiaco Oval in Perth

Eben Etzebeth (R) and Bryan Habana (2nd L) of South Africa's Springboks tackle Israel Folau (2nd R) of Australia's Wallabies during their Tri-Nations rugby union match at Subiaco Oval in Perth, Western Australia, September 6, 2014.

Strauss of South Africa's Springboks is tackled by Carter and Kuridrani of Australia's Wallabies during their Tri-Nations rugby union match at Subiaco Oval in Perth

Adriaan Strauss of South Africa's Springboks is tackled by Sam Carter (L) and Tevita Kuridrani (R) of Australia's Wallabies during their Tri-Nations rugby union match at Subiaco Oval in Perth, Western Australia, September 6, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer (

Bravo inspires West Indies win over South Africa

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SuggestedLeadIn: The West Indies beat South Africa by 100 runs on Friday in the Ballr Cup Tri-Nations ODI Series, with Darren Bravo hitting 102 to inspire the win Script: The West Indies were put in to bat first in their tri-nations series clash with South Africa on Friday (24th June). A chance to play Australia in the final of the competition was the prize on offer, but West Indies got off to an awful start as early wickets tumbled. First Andre Fletcher went, closely followed by Johnson Charles and Marlon Samuels who went for a golden duck. This left the West Indies on 12-3 and struggling badly. Thankfully Darren Bravo and Kieron Pollard were in no mood to follow the rest of their teammates and set about saving the innings. Steadily building a solid 100 run partnership. Pollard fell for 62, but Bravo powered on and made a century to push the Indies on to a respectable target. Bravo was out just two runs later, but a solid knock from the tail meant his side ended their innings on 285. South Africa's innings started just as badly as the West Indies' had, however, they were unable to pull out of their slump and this superb catch by Pollard left them at 65-6. They did battle to 185, however, it wasn't enough as Carlos Brathwaite bowled the decisive ball to give the West Indies a 100 run victory. They will now face Australia in Sunday's final. SHOTLIST: SHOTLIST: Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados. 24 June 2016. 1. 00:01 West Indian openers Johnson Charles and Andre Fletcher walking out to the middle 2. 00:05 South Africa team in a huddle before the start of play 3. 00:10 Crowd cutaway WEST INDIES INNINGS 4. 00:13 Fletcher wicket - caught behind by South Africa wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock off Wayne Parnell as he attempts an extravagant drive, West Indies 12/1 5. 00:19 Charles wicket - caught at second slip by Chris Morris off Kagiso Rabada from a delivery that rises sharply off a length, West Indies 12/2 6. 00:24 Marlon Samuels wicket - Clean bowled by a full delivery off the very next ball, West Indies 12/3 7. 00:30 The 100-partnership comes up between Bravo and Pollard, as the latter tucks a single to leg off Rabada 8. 00:40 Bravo brings up his third ODI century with a six over wide long-on off Morris SOUTH AFRICA INNINGS 9. 00:56 Chris Morris wicket - Out to a brilliant catch by Pollard at short-leg off Narine + replay of the catch, South Africa 65/6 (including replay) 10. 01:13 Last wicket to fall - Imran Tahir caught behind off Brathwaite, South Africa 185 all out as the West Indies win by 100 runs and qualify for Sunday's final, teams shake hands Source:

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Bravo inspires West Indies win over South Africa

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SuggestedLeadIn: The West Indies beat South Africa by 100 runs on Friday in the Ballr Cup Tri-Nations ODI Series, with Darren Bravo hitting 102 to inspire the win Script: The West Indies were put in to bat first in their tri-nations series clash with South Africa on Friday (24th June). A chance to play Australia in the final of the competition was the prize on offer, but West Indies got off to an awful start as early wickets tumbled. First Andre Fletcher went, closely followed by Johnson Charles and Marlon Samuels who went for a golden duck. This left the West Indies on 12-3 and struggling badly. Thankfully Darren Bravo and Kieron Pollard were in no mood to follow the rest of their teammates and set about saving the innings. Steadily building a solid 100 run partnership. Pollard fell for 62, but Bravo powered on and made a century to push the Indies on to a respectable target. Bravo was out just two runs later, but a solid knock from the tail meant his side ended their innings on 285. South Africa's innings started just as badly as the West Indies' had, however, they were unable to pull out of their slump and this superb catch by Pollard left them at 65-6. They did battle to 185, however, it wasn't enough as Carlos Brathwaite bowled the decisive ball to give the West Indies a 100 run victory. They will now face Australia in Sunday's final. SHOTLIST: SHOTLIST: Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados. 24 June 2016. 1. 00:01 West Indian openers Johnson Charles and Andre Fletcher walking out to the middle 2. 00:05 South Africa team in a huddle before the start of play 3. 00:10 Crowd cutaway WEST INDIES INNINGS 4. 00:13 Fletcher wicket - caught behind by South Africa wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock off Wayne Parnell as he attempts an extravagant drive, West Indies 12/1 5. 00:19 Charles wicket - caught at second slip by Chris Morris off Kagiso Rabada from a delivery that rises sharply off a length, West Indies 12/2 6. 00:24 Marlon Samuels wicket - Clean bowled by a full delivery off the very next ball, West Indies 12/3 7. 00:30 The 100-partnership comes up between Bravo and Pollard, as the latter tucks a single to leg off Rabada 8. 00:40 Bravo brings up his third ODI century with a six over wide long-on off Morris SOUTH AFRICA INNINGS 9. 00:56 Chris Morris wicket - Out to a brilliant catch by Pollard at short-leg off Narine + replay of the catch, South Africa 65/6 (including replay) 10. 01:13 Last wicket to fall - Imran Tahir caught behind off Brathwaite, South Africa 185 all out as the West Indies win by 100 runs and qualify for Sunday's final, teams shake hands Source:

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Bravo inspires West Indies win over South Africa

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SuggestedLeadIn: The West Indies beat South Africa by 100 runs on Friday in the Ballr Cup Tri-Nations ODI Series, with Darren Bravo hitting 102 to inspire the win Script: The West Indies were put in to bat first in their tri-nations series clash with South Africa on Friday (24th June). A chance to play Australia in the final of the competition was the prize on offer, but West Indies got off to an awful start as early wickets tumbled. First Andre Fletcher went, closely followed by Johnson Charles and Marlon Samuels who went for a golden duck. This left the West Indies on 12-3 and struggling badly. Thankfully Darren Bravo and Kieron Pollard were in no mood to follow the rest of their teammates and set about saving the innings. Steadily building a solid 100 run partnership. Pollard fell for 62, but Bravo powered on and made a century to push the Indies on to a respectable target. Bravo was out just two runs later, but a solid knock from the tail meant his side ended their innings on 285. South Africa's innings started just as badly as the West Indies' had, however, they were unable to pull out of their slump and this superb catch by Pollard left them at 65-6. They did battle to 185, however, it wasn't enough as Carlos Brathwaite bowled the decisive ball to give the West Indies a 100 run victory. They will now face Australia in Sunday's final. SHOTLIST: SHOTLIST: Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados. 24 June 2016. 1. 00:01 West Indian openers Johnson Charles and Andre Fletcher walking out to the middle 2. 00:05 South Africa team in a huddle before the start of play 3. 00:10 Crowd cutaway WEST INDIES INNINGS 4. 00:13 Fletcher wicket - caught behind by South Africa wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock off Wayne Parnell as he attempts an extravagant drive, West Indies 12/1 5. 00:19 Charles wicket - caught at second slip by Chris Morris off Kagiso Rabada from a delivery that rises sharply off a length, West Indies 12/2 6. 00:24 Marlon Samuels wicket - Clean bowled by a full delivery off the very next ball, West Indies 12/3 7. 00:30 The 100-partnership comes up between Bravo and Pollard, as the latter tucks a single to leg off Rabada 8. 00:40 Bravo brings up his third ODI century with a six over wide long-on off Morris SOUTH AFRICA INNINGS 9. 00:56 Chris Morris wicket - Out to a brilliant catch by Pollard at short-leg off Narine + replay of the catch, South Africa 65/6 (including replay) 10. 01:13 Last wicket to fall - Imran Tahir caught behind off Brathwaite, South Africa 185 all out as the West Indies win by 100 runs and qualify for Sunday's final, teams shake hands Source:

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Bravo inspires West Indies win over South Africa

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SuggestedLeadIn: The West Indies beat South Africa by 100 runs on Friday in the Ballr Cup Tri-Nations ODI Series, with Darren Bravo hitting 102 to inspire the win Script: The West Indies were put in to bat first in their tri-nations series clash with South Africa on Friday (24th June). A chance to play Australia in the final of the competition was the prize on offer, but West Indies got off to an awful start as early wickets tumbled. First Andre Fletcher went, closely followed by Johnson Charles and Marlon Samuels who went for a golden duck. This left the West Indies on 12-3 and struggling badly. Thankfully Darren Bravo and Kieron Pollard were in no mood to follow the rest of their teammates and set about saving the innings. Steadily building a solid 100 run partnership. Pollard fell for 62, but Bravo powered on and made a century to push the Indies on to a respectable target. Bravo was out just two runs later, but a solid knock from the tail meant his side ended their innings on 285. South Africa's innings started just as badly as the West Indies' had, however, they were unable to pull out of their slump and this superb catch by Pollard left them at 65-6. They did battle to 185, however, it wasn't enough as Carlos Brathwaite bowled the decisive ball to give the West Indies a 100 run victory. They will now face Australia in Sunday's final. SHOTLIST: SHOTLIST: Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados. 24 June 2016. 1. 00:01 West Indian openers Johnson Charles and Andre Fletcher walking out to the middle 2. 00:05 South Africa team in a huddle before the start of play 3. 00:10 Crowd cutaway WEST INDIES INNINGS 4. 00:13 Fletcher wicket - caught behind by South Africa wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock off Wayne Parnell as he attempts an extravagant drive, West Indies 12/1 5. 00:19 Charles wicket - caught at second slip by Chris Morris off Kagiso Rabada from a delivery that rises sharply off a length, West Indies 12/2 6. 00:24 Marlon Samuels wicket - Clean bowled by a full delivery off the very next ball, West Indies 12/3 7. 00:30 The 100-partnership comes up between Bravo and Pollard, as the latter tucks a single to leg off Rabada 8. 00:40 Bravo brings up his third ODI century with a six over wide long-on off Morris SOUTH AFRICA INNINGS 9. 00:56 Chris Morris wicket - Out to a brilliant catch by Pollard at short-leg off Narine + replay of the catch, South Africa 65/6 (including replay) 10. 01:13 Last wicket to fall - Imran Tahir caught behind off Brathwaite, South Africa 185 all out as the West Indies win by 100 runs and qualify for Sunday's final, teams shake hands Source:

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Australians down West Indies to reach Tri-Nations final

Australia thrash the West Indies in the Tri-Nations opener

Australia has thrashed the West Indies in the Tri-Nations opener, claiming the six-wicket One Day International win with over 24 overs to spare.

Australia thrash the West Indies in the Tri-Nations opener

Australia has thrashed the West Indies in the Tri-Nations opener, claiming the six-wicket One Day International win with over 24 overs to spare.

Simmons: Windies can pull off tri-nations shock

West Indies head coach Phil Simmons feels his side's World Twenty20 exploits can inspire the one-international side to success on home soil.

Australia's Karmichael Hunt looks for a way past New Zealand's Frank Pritchard watched by Nigel Vagana during the opening match of the Tri Nations Rugby League tournament in Auckland

Australia's Karmichael Hunt (C) looks for a way past New Zealand's Frank Pritchard (R) watched by Nigel Vagana during the opening match of the Tri Nations Rugby League tournament in Auckland, New Zealand October 14, 2006. REUTERS/Nigel Marple/File photo

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Colorsport/REX Shutterstock (3157327a) Rugby Union - 1999 Tri Nations Series - New Zealand 34 Australia 15 Jonah Lomu of the All Blacks performs the Haka before kick-off at Auckland 24/07/1999 Tri-N 1999: NZ 34 Australia 15 Sport

NEW ZEALAND'S LOMU KICKS PAST AUSTRALIA'S LATHAM DURING THEIR TRI NATIONS TEST IN SYDNEY.

New Zealand's Jonah Lomu (R) kicks the ball past Australia's Chris Latham during their rugby union Tri Nations test in Sydney September 1, 2001. REUTERS/Mark Baker

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