Upul Chandana: From buying wickets to selling sports goods, a leggie takes a new turn

It’s 1992. Upul Chandana is a little nervous. He is a wet-behind-the-ears rookie facing Allan Donald in a three-day game at the Premadasa. Snap. A couple of regulars barge into his sports shop. They discuss lamination, banners, rupees and logistics. The former leg-spinner speed-dials his friends...


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