Click video. Cricket has undergone a revolution since the turn of the century. The once genteel sport now has coloured clothing, cheerleaders and a short form of the game whose success has taken everyone by surprise.
But the game's rulers say those changes aren't enough and they've announced an ambitious project to try to draw in more people to watch and more youngsters to take up the sport. This from Iain McBride
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