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The sun sets over the WACA

Australian cricket

In memory of the WACA

Writing in the Guardian, Mike Selvey, who has played at the WACA, recalls the romance of the ground and hopes it can still be maintained despite the move

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Sir Donald Bradman walks out to bat for the final time

Australian cricket

How would Bradman fare in the big bat era?

Writing in the Hindu, Greg Chappell wonders how Don Bradman, the greatest of them all, would have tackled modern-day cricket

James Anderson removed Martin Guptill second ball

England cricket

Anderson's adventure to 400

Writing for BBC, Stephan Shemilt & Sam Sheringham, go through a few highlights in the career of one of England's greatest Test bowlers

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Indian cricket

Of Mumbai cricket and communal superiority

Writing for Live Mint, Dustin Silgardo sheds light on how cricket in 19th century Mumbai revolved around communal pride and superiority

New Zealand cricket

The Christchurch revival

Future Christchurch chart the cricket culture in the city in a video, featuring interviews with local boys Richard Hadlee, John Wright, Stephen Fleming and Lee Germon among others

New Zealand cricket

Beige and after in New Zealand

The beige uniform had caused quite a stir when first foisted on a bemused New Zealand team, writes Nick Edlin in the New Zealand Herald

Indian cricket

Indian cricket on a downward spiral

Shiv Visvanathan, in Deccan Chronicle, explains how the troubles Indian cricket faces in recent times and the silence of reputed voices has left him jaded

English cricket

When war made cricket retire hurt

Andy Bull, writing in the Guardian, chronicles the stoppage of the English county season at the time of the First World War