Aney is It true ?

With the winds of change in the air. Some in the cricket citadel at Maitland Place are getting ready for the last act.
They say hierarchy has only received three invitations. However from the chosen few 6-7 are making plans to visit the Dark Continent to watch the Champions in action.

Where was Ban-Bus man?

The Guy from the Big House is a very angry man. The TV people and Cricket people had their show at the Khettarama Stadium. Even Tom, Dick and Harry were there to say hooray to the guys who did well at the matches. But, some one has conveniently forgotten second-in-command -- the ‘Ban Bus’ man. Some say this even has reached the ears of the big man.
Isn’t he Lucky?

Who saw it?

The souvenir which was printed at a mega cost of Rs.500, 000/- for the series against Pakistan. The press did not get a copy. But, the best is previously the cost was less than half that amount. Who is responsible?

What a waste
Who is the guy from the maintenance section who pilfered 18 lunch packs that was meant for the players? They say each pack had cost the authorities over 1000/-.
Teach them some manners

A lady cricketer who was at the lunch had tried to bundle some ‘doggie packs’ to take them for the folks at home. A senior cricketer who witnessed this quipped: “First the authorities must teach these girls manners”.

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