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India A win

New Delhi: India A kept their semi-final hopes alive in the Carib Beer Cup snatching a two-wicket win over Jamaica in Kingston. India A successfully chased a 285-run target, thanks to a 50-run ninth-wicket stand between MoM Avishkar Salvi and L. Balaji.

BRIEF SCORES

Jamaica 130 (A. Salvi 5/39) & 273 (L. Garrick 35, D. Bernard 46, G. Breese 56; Salvi 5/95). India A 119 (G. Gambhir 38, A. Ratra 34 n.o.) & 285/8 (G. Gambhir 47, A. Rayudu 66, A. Kale 55).

Aussies in India

Sydney: As part of Australia’s annual “assimilation” tours, a squad of 12 upcoming players will leave for an eight-day tour of India on March 20. The squad will play two limited-overs games and a two-day match.

THE SQUAD

Ryan Campbell, Lee Carseldine, Beau Casson, Michael Clark, Xavier Doherty, Adam Griffith, Brad Hodge, Michael Hussey, Marcus North, Clinton Perren, Chris Rogers and Damien Wright.

Salary cut

London: Ferrari declined comment Tuesday on a British newspaper report saying the Formula One team was considering a £ 5 million pay cut for star driver Michael Schumacher.

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