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Daksh Panwar, writing for the Indian Express, talks to the McGlashan siblings Peter and Sara about their rise through the ranks, their cricketing careers, and their new life in coaching.
Sara says she owes a part of her success to her brother. She took up cricket because of him. "It's because of this guy that I started playing. There is a gap of just three years between us, and so I pretty much did anything he did," Sara says. Which is evident from the fact that like Peter, she too is a wicketkeeper. "Idolised him. He used to go to coaching, I just used to run around chasing balls," she recollects.
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