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Fri 21 Apr 2017
00:05:14
Hashim Amla scored his maiden IPL century off just 58 balls for the Kings XI Punjab against the Mumbai Indians on Thursday.

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Neil in the UK 2017
Week 8
July 21: Like many of the team, I suspect, today was a day for chilling and watching the golf.

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