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BCCI agrees for West Indies players to participate in Unnao gold excavation after first test ended in 3 days

11, Nov 2013 By iamgreat

As West Indies team got thrashed by Indian cricket team in only 3 days( thanks to our ‘No Hard Filling’  Shami’s hard pitching balls), BCCI agreed for West Indies players to help ‘The Archaeological Survey of India’s (ASI) team in their latest Gold Hunt in Unnao district of Uttar Pradesh.

On the special recommendation of Brian Lara who bought tickets of last 2 days for Eden garden test, BCCI finally agreed on this term, in addition after consulting to UP tourism they also make arrangements for Brian Lara to convert his match tickets in to Unnao Volvo bus tickets to make local currency conversion transparent.

West Indies cricket team flew directly from Eden Gardens to Unnao and started helping in the excavation of Gold in Unnao’s Duandiya Kheda area. This team is super excited for their new assignment as Darren Sammy leading the boys to dig new pit for themselves, as their batting has done less damage.

Chris Gayle is using his ‘thermo’ charged electrocuted hairs to monitor and reading of any metal beneath the soil, Shillingford is also using his ‘Doosra’ and ‘Teesra’ to guide the excavation team on the premise of on which side ball will turn.

While Chanderpaul  again took the charge down in the line and helping the team at the very deepest point of the digs as there are very less risk of falling from there and you can always blame the person who started digging(openers).

After 2 days of serious digging, team will fly to Mumbai for their last test as they promise they will be back sooner than anticipation, and ASI is also optimistic about their early return.