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March 1, 2003
Sanjayan Thuraisingam, the chief architect of Canada's ability to bowl out Scotland in the ICCT 2001 has been hampered by an injury at the CWC 2003.
Despite several medical consultations in South African, it appears that some further diagnostic testing may need to be completed.
Word from South Africa is that further medical diagnostics may require that Sanjay return early to Toronto in order to avail himself of top notch medical facilities and specialists in Canada.
We trust that 'Jay shall speedily return to the cricket arena after medical clearance.
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