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Brett Schultz bowls

South African cricket

There will always be Sri Lanka for Brett Schultz

The former South Africa fast bowler talks about his successful tour of Sri Lanka, the influence of Kepler Wessels and confronting career-ending injury

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Stiaan van Zyl chipped out the final three wickets

South African cricket

Kolpak and the Brexit effect

The issue of Kolpak regulations in county cricket is likely to be further muddied by the result of the EU referendum

Virat Kohli takes a shy at the stumps

Indian cricket

'He thought I was Superman or something'

Virat Kohli talks to Michael Vaughan about the pressures of constantly being in the spotlight, his fitness regime, and his interactions with his idol Sachin Tendulkar

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Faf du Plessis leaves after his Code of Conduct hearing at Adelaide Oval

Australian cricket

Du Plessis sweet saga sucks

The fuss over Faf du Plessis allegedly using a sweet to help shine the ball is distracting from Australia's bigger problems

Steven Smith was the eighth Australia batsman to be dismissed, falling for 31

Australia news

A crisis of Cricket Australia's making

If Australian cricket is in the middle of a crisis today, it is no small measure down to the marketing of the country's board, which has taken the game out of the dressing room and into corporate boardrooms

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Michael Clarke and Chris Rogers at training

Australia news

Why international cricket is no ordinary workplace

Brett Geeves recalls his tour of South Africa with the Australian team in 2009 to illustrate the strange realities of working as a professional cricketer

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BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke and president Anurag Thakur speak to the press

India news

BCCI v Supreme Court: To wield or yield power?

A solution for the stand-off between the BCCI and Supreme Court hasn't been found yet. In the meantime, cricket is being sacrificed as collateral damage