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VIDEO: Jarvo 69 Strikes Again After Releasing From Jail

The test series among India and England isn't just associated with the great cricket played yet for each other explanation - Jarvo 69. Oneself declared 'jokester' penetrated the security, not once but rather on three events during the test series.

Days in the wake of being captured by the South London Police for penetrating security voluntarily during the high-profile Test series among India and England, YouTuber Daniel Jarvis otherwise known as Jarvo 69 has made his essence felt in one more major game on Sunday.

Jarvo, who shot to notoriety subsequent to making a joke of the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) security in the ICC World Test Championship, allegedly gatecrashed a National Football League (NFL) match in London.

Jarvo got prohibited from entering the Lord's arena and even got captured by the London police on charges of attack and was subsequently delivered. With cricket season over in England, the nation has moved its attention on various games. During a NFL match between Jacksonville Jaguars and Miami Dolphins, a natural scene occurred for the cricket fans.

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The famous YouTuber was first seen in the second Test match between Virat Kohli's Team India and hosts England at the great at Lord's prior this late spring. The YouTuber imitated as an Indian cricketer had uncovered the helpless security course of action of ECB by attacking the match pitch on three events during India's visit through England. Jarvis has been restricted for life by Yorkshire County Cricket Club.

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Sri Lanka's first Test commander Bandula Warnapura dies

Bandula Warnapura, who drove Sri Lanka in their lady Test, died on Monday (October 18) while getting treatment in a private emergency clinic. The 68-year-old played four Tests and 12 ODIs for his country. "Sri Lanka Cricket is profoundly disheartened to learn of the dying of Bandula Warnapura, Sri Lanka's first Test chief," the delivery said. "We wish to communicate our sympathies to the family at this troublesome time for the benefit of Sri Lanka's cricketing crew," the delivery added.

The previous opener made his ODI debut in the 1975 World Cup game against the West Indies at Old Trafford. In his next game, he scored a lively 39-ball 31 against the fearsome speed pair of Dennis Lillee and Jeff Thomson. In the exceptionally next World Cup in 1979, he captained Sri Lanka to a popular triumph against India. He indented up his most noteworthy ODI score of 77 versus Pakistan in the 1981-82 season however it went to no end as Sri Lanka slipped to an eight-wicket misfortune.

Warnapura proceeded to commander Sri Lanka in their very first Test versus England in Colombo in 1982. He confronted Sri Lanka's first conveyance and scored their first altercation Test cricket. In that game, he additionally accomplished the uncommon record of opening the batting and opening the bowling (second innings) in a similar Test match. Warnapura before long chose to visit South Africa with the revolutionary side.

The 68-year-old made his top of the line debut against the Indian Universities in 1970. The defining moment of his five star vocation came during the 1973-74 season when he accumulated 154 against Pakistan Under-25. During that season, he likewise collected a fine 92 versus a Pakistan XI in a four-day game. The Pakistan XI had Test match bowlers like Asif Masood, Saleem Altaf and Intikhab Alam.

In the wake of resigning from the game, he filled in as the mentor of the Sri Lankan set-up and afterward proceeded to turn into the Director of Coaching. Sri Lanka's first Test commander, who later became public mentor and executive, Bandula Warnapura died while going through treatment at a private medical clinic in Colombo. The 68-year old previous cricketer had been conceded to ICU after he was determined to have high sugar levels, blocking blood course.

Bandula captained during Sri Lanka's lady Test against England in Colombo in 1982 and proceeded to play three Tests and 12 ODIs. Yet, his noteworthy cricketing vocation was stopped when he was given a daily existence boycott for visiting politically-sanctioned racial segregation South Africa with an agitator group in 1982/83.

Anyway in 1991, Bandula re-joined cricket as the public mentor and head of the Sri Lankan Cricket Board. He was named as the Director of Coaching in 1994 and later in 2001 he was given the post as the Director of Operations, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC). Bandula likewise functioned as an ICC match ref and an umpire and refereed two Tests and three ODIs in 2001. He was likewise the Development Manager of the Asian Cricket Council.

An initial batsman and a medium speed bowler, Bandula drove Sri Lanka to triumph against India during the Cricket World Cup on June 16, 1979. This was the main triumph Sri Lanka, then, at that point, an Associate Member, accomplished during the 1979 World Cup. Warnapura led the country in its inaugural test in February 1982, facing the first ball in that match against England in Colombo.

“He was an excellent cricketer, administrator, coach, commentator and, above all, a good person, and his passing away is a huge loss for the cricket community,” Sri Lanka Cricket President Shammi Silva said in a statement posted Monday on Twitter. “I am sure his name and deeds will remain in our hearts forever.”


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