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    February 08, 2005

    Rotation bad for earth - Aussie selectors

    In yet another attempt to impose their views on the cricketing world, Australia's selectors, represented by Allan Border, have finally decided to put an end to the rotation policy adopted for one-day cricket. Their feeling is that rotation especially has a negative effect on day-night games. Copernicus and all the great astronomers before him have been vindicated!

    Hence they propose that all teams must either put forward a side which will definitely defeat Australia and that the games must be played neither by day or by night, neither with steel nor stone nor wood, neither indoors nor outdoors, neither on the earth nor in the sky. Australia reserves the right to field their first choice best XI but teams arent allowed to question that assertion if Hayden or Symonds (despite his success in the first final) are included.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 5:09 PM |
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