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World Cup 2019: Players keenness to play IPL left Cricket South Africa helpless

Mid-Day Monday, 24 June 2019
South Africa's unceremonious exit from the 2019 edition of the World Cup on Sunday came as no shocker as they looked like a team which wasn't prepared to challenge the best in the business. While the lack of preparedness was evident in their performance through the tournament, it has come to the fore that Cricket South Africa...
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