Or in any other far-flung place you may live in, where cricket isn’t even a stepchild. You may have to carry your bat at all times but this nine-point programme will get you your XI eventually
Episode two of the story of the resurrection of cricket in Newfoundland and I’ve decided to make early use of an obvious cultural stereotype. Newfoundlanders are world-renowned for hitting small white objects with wooden sticks, so ought to take to limited-overs cricket like auks to water. And with that out of the way, let’s move on to a different kind of hunting: that of cricketers. How does one find them in a place where the game has essentially been dead for a century? It’s still early days, but here’s my nine-point guide:
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