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Section - Misuse of the term reverse swing

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   Contributors: bnaick, Drewy
   Reverse swing is when the ball swings towards the shine 
   correct? I've noticed that commentators use the term reverse 
   swing to describe any sort of movement in the air towards 
   the end of an innings.. Why?? Apparently no bowler can 
   swing the old ball conventionally any more (no explanation 
   as to why this art has been lost almost overnight!)
   Just an observation..

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