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James Hook kicked his second penalty for Wales after the break, but Blair hit back.
However, the tourists hit back before the close, with Hampshire medium pacer Chris Tremlett claiming both wickets to fall as Sri Lanka moved to 36 for two.
Goals by Sam Allison and Dave Bright had appeared to put Clevedon in command but Adders, inspired by second-half teenage substitutes Jamie Newland and Kevin Charley hit back to level with two goals within three minutes just after the hour mark.
Vauxhall Motors responded from losing an early goal to Histon's Lewis Taaffe to hit back and grab a 2-1 victory in their Skrill Conference North Division clash.
However, it was not to be as Cymoedd hit back late to seal the win.
Meanwhile, Gez hit back following her musical embarrassment by tweeting: "Inhale the good s*** exhale the bull***" Right, well that leaves 393 people doing an awful lot of exhaling.
Wibsey hit back with a couple of tries, but Moldgreen finished strongly with two more tries for Boxall-Hunt, both goaled by Flanagan.
GIOVANNI TRAPATTONI has hit back at Brian Kerr's criticism of Ireland's fortunate 2-1 victory in Kazakhstan.
CRUSADERS 28 TOULOUSE 10 THE North Wales Crusaders hit back after the humiliation against the London Skolars with a gutsy performance against Toulouse Olympique, sealing the win and enabling them to sail into the fourth round of the Challenge Cup.
The home side hit back from two goals down and then twice led in the closing stages, only for Dunne (above) to rescue Exeter.
Huddersfield were quick to reply and hit back with a try four minutes later, with the league's top points scorer Chris Johnson going over in the corner.
Summary: Nicole Richie has hit back at reports she was pregnant.