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Monocolumn: Pray Up! And Play The Game

Monocolumn: Pray Up! And Play The Game

While Pakistani cricket lurks under the shadow of corruption and international cricket’s integrity looks in jeopardy, one match, boasts a certain purity.

Monocle
  • 3 september 2010

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While Pakistani cricket lurks under the shadow of corruption and international cricket’s integrity looks in jeopardy, one match, played in the lean shadow of Christ Church spire, Southgate, boasts a certain purity. On a sunny afternoon in late summer in that most cosy, leafy north London suburb, yesterday’s Church Times cricket final restored some faith.

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