Rumblings in cricket as top players opt out of match


PETALING JAYA: After a fairly good year when they won three silver medals in the SEA Games and had a creditable outing at the Asian Games, there are now rumblings in the national cricket squad.

Several senior players are said to be unhappy over goings-on in the team and things came to a boil yesterday when some of them refused to play in a national selection match.

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