Second Slip

Deepak Gopalakrishnan and Ramesh Srivats on terms and phrases you won't find in cricket's lexicon

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Jan 25, 2011


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A bids-and-pieces player

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Marquee player

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Durban legend

Jan 1, 2011

Cotton bowled

Dec 26, 2010

Dark side of the Morne

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Pom Pom

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Dental disintegration

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Fishing nets

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Commentary box

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Oct 9, 2010

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