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    November 15, 2005

    The longest action of them all

    Trivia question: "Who is the only bowler to have not completed his action after seven years of international cricket?"
    The answer: Ajit Agarkar, given his admission in an interview
    Q. To whom do you credit the technical transformation in your bowling?

    A. Ian Frazer, the bio-mechanic expert. During the Zimbabwe tour he noticed that I wasn't finishing the action.
    So if he has always had this problem since his debut in April 1998, it means he has never ever completed his action. Congrats Ajit, for having finally achieved your goal.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 6:42 PM |
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