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  • The term Dilscoop was coined by Sri Lankan - Canadian lawyer Mahendra Mapagunaratne who also coined the term Carrom Ball.

    The Corridor (a cricket blog)

  • Dilshan decided not to employ the 'Dilscoop' shot where he flicks the ball over the wicket-keeper's head and settled for more orthodox strokes.

    Pakistan, Sri Lanka contesting World T20 final today

  • Dilshan, whose trademark 'Dilscoop' shot became the talk of cricket last June, has been recruited specifically for Sussex's Friends Provident t20 campaign.

    Your Local Guardian | Wimbledon

  • Dilshan decided not to employ the 'Dilscoop' shot where he flicks the ball over the wicket-keeper's head and settled for more orthodox strokes.

    nst online

  • There was hardly any assistance for the bowlers and Dilshan was most severe, playing almost ever shot in the book, including the "Dilscoop" that seemed to rattle India's resolve.

    Hindustan Times News Feeds 'Views'

  • He is now seen as the inventor of a stroke "Dilscoop" which is going down on one knee and scooping the ball over his head in area behind the wicketkeeper.

    rediff.com

  • Pietersen defied a broken thumb to deliver a man-of-the-match performance, which included a 'Dilscoop' for four followed by a switch-hit six.

    BBC News - Home

  • Akmal tries a Dilscoop and misses, they run another bye.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • I'm really proud of myself for having a new shot named after me [the Dilscoop].

    Taipei Times

  • The Dilscoop travels straight and should be contrasted with the Paddle Scoop which travels towards fine leg.

    The Corridor (a cricket blog)

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