Gayle puts Windies in command

CRICKET: West Indies batsman Chris Gayle entered the record books on day two of the first Test with Sri Lanka by hitting 333. Gayle became only the fourth player in history to register a second triple-hundred, ­matching the feat of Australian Don Bradman, fellow West Indian Brian Lara and Virender Sehwag, of India. The opener’s score helped the Windies reach 580-9 declared in their first innings, with Sri Lanka reaching 54-1. Elsewhere, Younus Khan hit an unbeaten 131 as South Africa and Pakistan drew the first Test in Dubai.