With three Notts bowlers in action for England duringthe second One-day International in Dambulla, we have a round-up of all theaction featuring Graeme Swann, Ryan Sidebottom and new signing Stuart Broad.

The Sun

Shah-ha-ha has England smiling
by Steve Brenner

"Then came stellar displays with the ball from Ryan Sidebottom, Stuart Broad,Swann and Colly, who each picked up two wickets to seal a 69-run win andcomplete one of their most memorable one-day displays." [read full article

The Mirror

Colly's stars end 25 years of hurt
by Dean Wilson

"Graeme Swann proved his worth with the bat once again to score a timely 34"
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The Telegraph

Owais Shah and Graeme Swann craft win
by Simon Briggs

"But Shah needed a little help to win this game, and he got itfrom Graeme Swann, who deserved an assistant's credit for his all-round efforts– 34 from 37 balls, followed by figures of 10-3-27-2. Swann's resurrection from theEnglandreject pile is a heartwarming story; the only question it raises is how MontyPanesar will ever get back into the side." [read full article

The Guardian

Shah shines brightly as Englandshow some fight at last
by David Hopps

"Ryan Sidebottom, in particular, defended England's total tenaciously. Headopted Sri Lanka's tacticsof bowling around two slower balls an over, still maintained rigorous accuracy,and muttered endless Yorkshire imprecations tohimself to keep his mind on the task." [read full article]

The Times

England finally find antivenom to ward off bite of their hosts
by  Richard Hobson

"By that time the game had turned and a wonderful spell by Ryan Sidebottom,helped by a strong cross-wind to shape the ball away from the left-handers,removed any hope of a counter-attack by the home side. And, on a day when itwas suggested that Andrew Flintoff would not be fit to play in the Test serieshere in December, Stuart Broad provided a cutting edge as first-change seambowler." [read full article]