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Cricket Does cricket help corrupt cricketers?
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Cricket Does cricket help corrupt cricketers?

Those efforts unearthed Thami Tsolekile, only for the same system that nurtured him to stunt his career through shoddy treatment. Tsolekile, too, has dined with the devils of match-fixing. Cronje was white Free State royalty. Tsolekile is as ... Times Live South Africa, 2 weeks ago

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CSA recalls India's support post Apartheid, at silver jubilee event

JOHANNESBURG: Cricket South Africa (CSA) recalled India's role in helping them return to international fold after nearly four decades of isolation, at a gala dinner here to mark the silver jubilee of non-racial cricket in the country. "They ...
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July 10, 1991: South Africa back in world cricket

ICC recognises the new body for cricket in South Africa, electing it to full membership with immediate effect The International Cricket Council decided to re-admit South Africa after a 21-year international exile from Test Cricket at Lords. From ...
 Gulf News1 month ago July 10, 1991: Proteas back in world cricket  Gulf News1 month ago
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Controversial Pakistani umpire Akthar passes away

Javed Akthar, the former Pakistani cricketer and umpire, passed away on Friday (July 8). He was 75. Akhtar, an offspinner in his playing days, was born in Delhi on November 21, 1940, and went on to play just the one Test match, against England at ...
 MSN News US1 month ago
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