Cricket breaking petty barriers
Wish all the great wars on this earth could have been settled so amicably. Last week began with the Clubs at the Red Corner and the SLC’ Cricket Committee in the Blue Corner fuming and grunting waiting to punch in their point of view on the fate and future of local cricket and both were adamant that it should work their way.
Former Lankan Test cricketers feel DRS should have remained

Former Sri Lankan Test Cricketers and administrators Roy Dias and Charith Senanayake feel that the Umpire Decision Review System should be mandatory in Test and other forms of cricket.
Dias a former one-drop batsman for Sri Lanka who was well known for his stylish stroke play in Sri Lanka Test’s formative years said.

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