The Part-Time Cricketer
by Devanshu Mehta
Andy Bull writes about the nine-to-five heroes of cricket:
[Seren] Waters [..] is also just a 20-year-old university student, trying to keep up with a degree course in human geography at Durham in between his innings. [..] Bagai was working 14-hour days as an investment banker for UBS in the city of London. Mudassar Bukhari, who opened the bowling for the Netherlands against England, manages a branch of Burger King in The Hague. Bernard Loots, who finished that innings off, is an accountant for a mining firm.
Living the dream.