Sister Of This Legendary Player Was A Cheerleader In Chennai Super Kings

Indian Premiere League is one of the most amazing things happened to the people of India in terms of entertainment. The  inception of Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2008 was a major turnover for the sport of cricket in India, it gave birth to many new cultures in cricket which attracted a lot of attention from a lot of people.

The introduction of cheerleaders was another milestone in this sport in India , it was a hot topic that was enjoyed by the spectators a lot. Cheerleaders get alot of attention during the match. They make the match more interesting with their dance moves.

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However, during the second season of the T20 IPL, a sister of the legendary South African cricketer was a cheerleader for Chennai Super Kings. Yes, you read that right.

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The legendary player is none other than Jacques Kallis, the legendary South African all-rounder, who was playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the same season of IPL where his sister Janice Kallis was performing as a cheerleader. Well, to your surprise we should tell you that Janice even danced when her brother Jacques Kallis got out and went back to pavilion. Janice did her job with utmost professionalism.

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However, Jacques Kallis was not at all frustrated by this, infact he was proud of his sister. In an interview, he was quoted saying :

“Since she was a kid, Janice was interested in dancing. She’s got an opportunity with Chennai Super Kings and she’s doing the family proud. Well, she danced awesomely when I got out against Chennai. I will make sure I’ll be extra careful when I play against Chennai again,” 

Well, this was surely a shocking news for the fans of cricket but kudos to Janice and Jacques for doing their work with utmost professionalism.

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