Title: A Memorable Game of Cricket
|Date:||June 30, 2009|
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No matter which country the player was from, everyone stood up and gave them a standing ovation. This was probably because everyone knew that the players were playing without match fees so that most money could be donated. No one was putting any of the batsmen down and there was just generally an excellent atmosphere...
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No one was putting any of the batsmen down and there was just generally an excellent atmosphere. And when batsmen would make runs, or hit the big shots like the fours and the sixes everyone would be on their feet to applaud them.
That was probably because for every run that was scored by the batsman, the mobile company Three donated one thousand dollars to world vision to go to the Tsunami Disaster...
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