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    February 21, 2005

    Lets go slow on Twenty 20: Tony Greig

    Tony Greig cautions against making Twenty 20 part of the international cricket calendar. He feels that the game needs to be tested out at the domestic level for at least a decade, in much the same way as one-day cricket was played in England in the 1960s, before letting international Twenty 20 happen.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 4:10 PM |
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