Dravid at Bradman Oration: Dont kill test cricket, backs lie detector tests

Rahul Dravid delivered the Sir Donald Bradman Oration at the Australian War Memorial - he became the first non-Australian to give speech at Sir Don Bradman Oration. Dravid urged players to agree to tighter anti-corruption regulations, including closer scrutiny of their financial records and regular lie detector tests, in a bid to fight the ''scourge of spot fixing'', which landed three Pakistan players in jail last month. Canberra, Dec 2011


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mjohnson
2011-12-15 05:56:13
Good point Sri. Perhaps, Sangakkara sees a lot of his team mates taking spot fixing bribes and did not want to talk about it. Dravid provides some good ideas. Shame on Sangakkara.
Sriparam
2011-12-15 05:54:31
Strange - Dravid calls out on the massive problem of match fixing in his speech but Sangakkara avoided this topic altogether during his speech at Lords a few months ago. Does Sangakkara know something, was he avoiding anything?
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