Aney is it True?

With Nam
New a phone therft

When the ladies were practicing at the NCC grounds one player discovered that her phone was missing. Though investigations proved futile one prominent player’s name is being traded as the main culprit.

Meanwhile while they were practicing at the NCC grounds, three players are reported to have entered the CCC bathroom and used it without permission. What’s more they have made the place filthy too. Oh! For the ladies

Lap of luxury
They say the latest is that the nephew who is acting as the secretary is being built a state-of-the-art special cubical at a cost of Rs.2.5 million.

The irony is that at a cash strapped time like this when even the electricity and the cable TV is being cut off for the want of payment, luxury cubes are being built to boost blood connections.

Aney something
‘Somey’ the limping one pretends to be a top referee. He put his weight with the interim hoping for a better game. The joke is that he has still not found one.

It was heard at the Royal grounds that boys were hiding their bags. The reason being that the one who stole a bag from a foreign referee was seen on the field possibly hoping the IC does not know about it.

Packing their bags
Since the minister of sports has stated that he intends taking action against some officials in the umpiring committee of the cricketing citadel, some have already begun to looking for alternate employment.

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