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Indian Cricket's Pink Ball Experiment Marred By Floodlight Failures

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 25 / 16

India’s experiment with the pink ball in the Duleep Trophy domestic championship "met with major embarrassment after floodlight failure interrupted play for over an hour" in the day-night match on Monday, according to the AFP. The Duleep Trophy, a four-day triangular competition which traditi...

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