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Brian Lara: Why I’m helping build a cricket stadium in Rwanda
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Twenty years ago, in 1994, I had a golden summer. I scored 375 against England in Antigua, a Test record that stood for nine years, and two months later I posted 501 against Durham, which remains today the world record in first-class cricket, as my


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Brian Lara: Why I'm helping build a cricket stadium in Rwanda
Spectator.co.uk
Twenty years ago, in 1994, I had a golden summer. I scored 375 against England in Antigua, a Test record that stood for nine years, and two months later I posted 501 against Durham, which remains today the world record in first-class cricket, as my

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