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New York TimesOnce a Star, a Cricketer Is Now an ExileNew York TimesThere were no television cameras, and the spectators were not at a manicured cricket ground in England, but seated in lawn chairs at a small park in Brooklyn. Still, Jermaine Lawson bo…


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Once a Star, a Cricketer Is Now an Exile
New York Times
There were no television cameras, and the spectators were not at a manicured cricket ground in England, but seated in lawn chairs at a small park in Brooklyn. Still, Jermaine Lawson bowled as if the eyes of the world were on him at an international

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