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Ocean 12 making waves in Australia

A cricket team made up of Tamil asylum seekers is notching up win after win in Sydney.

    The Sri Lankan national team is taking part in the World Cup but another team from Sri Lanka is making waves in Sydney.

    Ocean 12 are a group of asylum seekers who formed a cricket team while the government decided whether or not they could stay in Australia.

    And as Rahul Pathak found out, their performances have had a positive impact both on and off the pitch.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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