Morne Morkel had a couple of decisions reversed in his favour on review

The theatre of the DRS

The relief at the howler overturned; the vindication of the accurate umpire - the dramas of the review system are many, and many of them are entertaining

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West Indies cricket

Lara's outback adventures

In an interview with Andrew Webster of the Sydney Morning Herald, Brian Lara recalls his earliest memories of cricket and the aggressive on-field encounters he had with the Australian side

Shane Warne bowls Daryll Cullinan for 0

Warne v Cullinan revisited

Mind games were as much a part of Warne's armoury as the flipper in the mid-1990s, and his battle with one South African batsman captured the imagination

Muttiah Muralitharan and Arjuna Ranatunga argue with Ross Emerson after a no-ball incident

From 'sarong Johnnie' to national icon

By refusing to back down, Arjuna Ranatunga proved to the opposition and his own team that Sri Lanka had earned the right to compete as equals

James Anderson and Shane Watson resume their contest

Doesn't sledging hurt anyone?

Players insist that what's said on the field doesn't affect them, but then why do it at all? And why go up in arms when someone seemingly crosses the line?

The front page of the <i>Courier Mail</I> does not mention the name of Stuart Broad, who took a five-for

When petulant jingoism is mistaken for news

A Brisbane newspaper's campaign to vilify Stuart Broad has backfired spectacularly, and deservedly, as it wrongly portrays Australian fans as churlish and immature

Shane Warne in the MCG nets

Warne still a master of spin

His mischievous ability to leave a trail of breadcrumbs for the media to follow has served him well since he retired from playing