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Swathe of second-tier cricket boards face challenging international rights sales

Jahmar Hamilton (C) of West Indies is caught by KL Rahul (BR) off Ravindra Jadeja (TR) of India during day 4 of the 2nd Test between West Indies and India at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica, on September 2, 2019. (Photo by Randy Brooks / AFP) (Photo credit should read RANDY BROOKS/AFP via Getty Images)

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