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ICC's minnows experiment needs as much depth as it has breadth

Big picture, blurred vision

Mar 17, 2007: More important than the symbolism of minor teams at the World Cup is the question of what's being done for them in between tournaments

Ian Chappell

Plays of the Day

Dropped catches and belly-laughs

Mar 15, 2007: Plays of the day

ESPNcricinfo staff

Our youngsters are ready to make their mark

Mar 14, 2007: Not too much to worry about from Sri Lanka's defeat to New Zealand in the warm-up match

Kumar Sangakkara

Cricinfo's guide to the minnows of the 2007 World Cup

Underestimate them at your peril

Mar 4, 2007: Cricinfo's guide to the minnows of the 2007 World Cup

Will Luke

March 2007

Cricket by association

Feb 26, 2007: The World Cricket League in Kenya pitted the six best Associate sides together. Just how close are they to the Test teams?

Will Luke

World Cricket League 2006-07

Life is good beyond the Test world

Feb 9, 2007: Martin Williamson looks back at the performances of the six leading Associates in the World Cricket League and what they can take out of the event ... and what it means for their chances in the World Cup

Is global expansion all that it is cracked up to be?

A long way from home

Jan 30, 2007: Martin Williamson asks whether the ICC's picture of global expansion is as accurate as it seems

Martin Williamson

World Cricket League 2006-07

Kenya the host favourites

Jan 26, 2007: Martin Williamson and Will Luke preview the World Cricket League in Nairobi

Martin Williamson and Will Luke

Bermudan cricket in crisis

Face reality and bite the bullet

Dec 7, 2006: Martin Williamson takes a look at the crisis facing Bermudan cricket on the eve of the World Cup

Martin Williamson

Kenya v Bermuda review

Associates heading in opposite directions

Nov 15, 2006: Martin Williamson looks back at Kenya's one-day whitewash of Bermuda

Martin Williamson

ICC must face up to a problem of its own making

Record ... what record?

Jul 4, 2006: Martin Williamson on how the media have started shunning one-day internationals even though the ICC maintains they all count in the record books

Martin Williamson

Six new countries enter the fray

The expanding one-day world

Jan 3, 2006: Martin Williamson spoke to Matthew Kennedy, the ICC's Global Development Manager, about the six countries who will be able to play full ODIs from January 1 and the effect this will have on the international game

Martin Williamson

Beyond The Test World

Punch-up in paradise

Nov 7, 2005: We have the latest on the fall-out from the punch-up during Bermuda's Cup Match, meet one of Uganda's rising stars, Roger Makassa, report on changes to the Intercontinental Cup format and announce the champions of the Panamanian league

Tony Munro

Beyond the Test World

Trouble in paradise

Aug 17, 2005: Welcome to the latest edition of "Beyond the Test World", Cricinfo's look at the game beyond the mainstream

Tony Munro

Beyond the Test World

Persian Gulf - new force in second-tier Asian cricket?

Jun 29, 2004: West Indies will prepare for the ICC Champions Trophy later this year with a training camp in Bermuda, and may play the locals, Associate rumblings over finance and membership criteria, who's in and who's out of the squads for next week's Americas's

Tony Munro

Road to Toronto: Latest news on all ICC Trophy First Division countries plus others

Apr 25, 2001: Italian cricket supremo, Simone Gambino, is not someone who could be said to feel pressured to be conformist

Bermuda: Bermuda Online and Onfield

Apr 25, 2001: Bermuda's ICC preparation gets more serious, as the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) visit the island in May to play seven matches against various Bermuda select squads

Cleon Scotland

Road to Toronto: Round Up from around the countries

Apr 11, 2001: Scotland

Road to Toronto: First national ICC Trophy squad to be named on Monday

Mar 21, 2001: East & Central Africa, which will play as a composite side for the last time at the ICC Trophy in June/July, will ironically be the first Associate member to name its squad for the 24 team event when it does so on Monday

Bermuda: Cricket chief re-elected

Mar 21, 2001: Bermuda Cricket Board of Control (BCBC) president El James was recently returned as the governing body's chief for a fourth successive term

Cleon Scotland
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