16.1.2021 02:29 pm
The England captain’s fourth Test double century was the highlight of the third day when England lost six wickets in the morning session.
Lahiru Thirimanne led a stubborn Sri Lankan resistance campaign in the first Test on Saturday after England captain Joe Root's 228 had lifted the tourists' hopes of a quick victory.
The England cricket board said they were not worried about the infections.
Argentina’s Kevin Benavides won the motorbike category, leading home defending champion Ricky Brabec of the United States in a first Honda 1-2 since 1987.
Cherpin, 52, died during his medical transfer to France after he crashed at 178 kilometres per hour on Sunday.
India’s efforts were admirable considering they were fielding two debutants in their bowling attack.
All other members of the squad returned second negative COVID-19 tests, after undergoing four tests within the last 11 days.
The ban should also include two pre-Six Nations Scarlets matches, if those games go ahead.
Bess was the hero of the day with his second five-wicket haul in his 11th Test, as the venue witnessed its lowest first-innings score.
The charges date back to 2014 and concern robberies of tobacconists.
Skipper Joe Root, on 66, and Jonny Bairstow, on 47, steered the tourists to 127 for two at the close of play.
Three banners that he put up were also removed.
Tennis Australia said players were only allowed into Australia with proof of a negative Covid-19 test prior to departure, or with approval as a recovered case at the discretion of the Australian government.
It is the fastest century ever scored by any player on New Zealand soil and has been bettered only nine times by men’s cricketers worldwide.
Australia will go into the series-deciding clash without Will Pucovski, who dislocated his shoulder while fielding in Sydney.