Cricket vacuum and what’s around the next bend
Father Time stops for no one. He just travels through any stubborn object or person. And while he moves on he sees the changes coming, it happening, the vacuum appearing and the solution coming. Yes, he may have seen how the Lankans strived for the past twenty four months or more making themselves ready to take on the huge challenge of facing the cricket World Cup.
Pacie Subasinghe sends Tamil Union reeling

NCC right arm pacie Ramesh Subasinghe sent Tamil Union reeling in the morning session’s play on day two in their Premier Tier ‘A’ cricket encounter at the P. Sara Stadium.
Tamil Union resuming from their overnight score of 66 for 3, despite a fighting 56 by skipper Jeewan Mendis lasted only 17.1 overs and were able to add only 55 runs as Ramesh ran through the batting and ended with a six wicket haul.

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