Australia are out of the ICC World Twenty20 after losing their make-or-break group encounter against Sri Lanka by six wickets.
Following their heavy opening defeat at the hands of West Indies, the pre-tournament online betting second favourites needed to overcome Sri Lanka to book their place in the Super Eights.
But after labouring to 159-9 at Trent Bridge, they dropped out of the competition with a whimper as Sri Lanka reached the target with an over and six wickets still in hand.
Spinner Ajantha Mendis did most of the damage to the Aussies after taking 3-20.
Australia now have an extra two weeks on their hands to prepare for the start of the Ashes series against England on July 8.
Elsewhere, Ireland have made it through to the Super Eights following a six-wicket win over Bangladesh.
Bangladesh struggled to 137-8 and Ireland coasted home with six wickets and 10 balls to spare.
In the domestic County Championship, Durham thrashed Hampshire by an innings and 110 runs at the Riverside.
England seamer Graham Onions was the standout performer for Durham after ending with figures of 6-58 as Hampshire were bowled out for just 96 in their second innings.
England Under-21s continued their warm-up for the forthcoming European Under-21 Championship with a 7-0 thrashing of Azerbaijan in Milton Keynes.
Kieran Gibbs (2), Michael Mancienne, Jack Rodwell, Craig Gardner and two own goals secured a morale-boosting win for Stuart Pearce's side ahead of the start of the tournament in Sweden next week.
England even ended the one-sided game with substitute goalkeeper Joe Lewis playing as an emergency striker following an injury to midfielder Lee Cattermole.
Graeme Storm's record eight-under par round of 62 at Sunningdale helped secure his place in the Open Championship.
Englishman Storm will be playing at Turnberry next month following two impressive rounds at the Berkshire venue during Final Qualifying.
Others joining him in the field following qualifying success are Rafa Echenique, David Drysdale, Gary Orr and Branden Grace, Rhys Davies, Paul Broadhurst, Raphael Jacquelin, Richie Ramsay and Oliver Fisher.