R. Mohan & V. Balaji

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Batsmen have it too easy in TNCA league


'The league stage of the TNCA senior division is over and it was the same old story of either rank turners forcing outright results or docile tracks that gave the batsmen a false sense of security.

Shape up or ship out


Make way Team India under-performers and those constantly battling injury problems. Generation Y is coming through, fitter and hungrier than you. Its members have proved at every opportunity that they are the future of Indian cricket and they have the talent and the fitness to outdo the old legs. Isn’t it time for those oldies, who are way past their sell-by date, to move over for the good for the game?

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