Tired of the same old cricket talk? You’ve never heard cricket stories quite like this.
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Bola බෝල Holiday
Achchi talks about the aftermath of
Sri Lanka’s first test match win.
“Ask me about Cricket, putha,
and I’ll talk as much as you want”
How to win a match
Achchi talks about what it takes
to win a cricket match.
Seetha is a 72 year old cricket buff.
A grandmother of 4, her infectious zest for life is only outdone by a sharp memory that has been defined by the sport: anecdotes, names and numbers associated with cricket were recalled fast and with little help.
Achchi picks her boys for her super 11 cricket team.
Achchi on ’96 WORLD CUP
Achchi remembers when, back in 1996, Sri Lanka won the Cricket World Cup. #NeverForget
Achchi on Kohli
What does Achchi think of the Indian Skipper? Does he meet the mark?
From one mascot of Sri Lanka cricket to another: Achchi remembers Tony Greig.
So what is achchi’s story?
Is it the passion for a pursuit that unfortunately continues to be painted as a man’s domain? Or is it her defiance of the stereotype of the aged, that to grow old is to grow forgetful? That to grow old is to lose all love for life?
TO BE CONTINUED…
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MUSIC: THANA NILLA DIGE by SAMAN DE SILVA
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