Last week, my brother and decided to go to our neighbouring village to watch a cricket matched organised by the Gram panchayat. We woke up early on the day of the match, had breakfast, packed some snacks and headed to the bus stop. It was a two-hour long journey and the bus was old and crowed. We had to sit close with our knees knocking against each others. The passengers were friendly and did not mind someone’s head against their shoulders.
We got done at the main road and walked to the village fair where the match was to be played. It was a pleasant day and everybody was excited for the match to begin. The match was held between our native village and the host village, voluntarily umpired by the block officer who also the chief guest of the match. The organising panchayat had used makeshift stumps and rubber ball on a rough pitch for the friendly match. There were no pads, gloves or helmets. It was an enjoyable day, with our village team winning the match in the last moment but the trip was exhausting.
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