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    December 21, 2005

    South Africans face further abuse

    Ganesh found out that despite assurances by Cricket Australia, the International Cricket Council and Aussie skipper Ricky Ponting, the reality is that South Africa's cricketers will be subject to further abuse.

    The culprit, as Ganesh points out, is the South African team management, which has "requested for security to be stepped up to help ensure any repetition of the abuse during the next two Tests in Melbourne and Sydney". Well, they asked for it. So if any of you readers are in Melbourne or Sydney, please do go to the ground and do your thing :)

    Naah, just kidding. Obviously racist abuse is a definite no-no, as Darren Lehmann found out to his surprise and disappointment.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 12:52 PM |
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