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Pink balls used in cricket game in UAE

Abu Dhabi : United Arab Emirates | Mar 30, 2010 at 1:39 PM PDT
Source: Pakistan Chronicle
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A four-day match which began on Monday in Abu Dhabi is using pink balls as part of a bid by the ICC and officials governing the laws of cricket to eventually play the five-day format under lights to arrest its declining popularity. The Marylebone Cricket Club, which formulates the laws for the governing... FULL ARTICLE AT Pakistan Chronicle
 
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