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Gideon Haigh's Ashes tour diary - August 1 to August 7

Did it really happen?

Jul 30, 2005: Giedon Haigh's tour diary for the week ending August 7

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Gideon Haigh's Ashes tour diary - July 24 to 31

The writing outweighs the cricket

Jul 30, 2005: Giedon Haigh's tour diary for the week ending July 31

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Wisden Asia Cricket 2004

The necessary monster

Nov 15, 2004: One of cricket's most demonised figures, Harold Larwood was a force born out of the game's desire for equilibrium

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Wisden Cricket Monthly - December 2002

The game was never the same

Dec 17, 2002: Twenty-five years ago, on December 2, 1977 to be precise, Australian cricket lovers turning on their television sets had for the first time a choice in their bill of fare

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February 2002: Scorebook - Australia v South Africa, 3rd Test

Last nail in the coffin

Feb 1, 2002: Australia duly complete their clean sweep. So much for title fights, says Gideon Haigh

Australia duly complete their clean sweep. So much for title fights, says Gideon Haigh

February 2002: Features

Man and superman

Feb 1, 2002: Off the field he may have been an awkward hero, on it Garry Sobers was 'evolution's ultimate specimen'. By Gideon Haigh

Off the field he may have been an awkward hero, on it Garry Sobers was 'evolution's ultimate specimen'. By Gideon Haigh

January 2002: Scorebook - Australia v New Zealand, last two Tests

The art of lion-taming

Jan 1, 2002: Gideon Haigh watches as New Zealand make Waugh's dominators fight for survival

Gideon Haigh watches as New Zealand make WaughÂ’s dominators fight for survival

January 2002: Features - Movers and Shapers

The wise old king

Jan 1, 2002: If Arlott is the voice of cricket, Richie Benaud is its face. Gideon Haigh pays tribute to cricket's most pervasive post-war personality - the man who "does the cricket for Channel 9"

If Arlott is the voice of cricket, Richie Benaud is its face. Gideon Haigh pays tribute to cricket's most pervasive post-war personality - the man who 'does' the cricket for Channel Nine

December 2001: Features - Movers and Shapers

For love (and money)

Dec 1, 2001: Gideon Haigh puts the greats under the microscope. First up, Jack Hobbs

Gideon Haigh puts the greats under the microscope. This month, Jack Hobbs

Shane Warne

The man who became legspin

No bowler exemplifies the art of the legbreak as much as Shane Warne does; no bowler ever will

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The man who needs no introduction

He went from Wild Thing to nothing to everything a fast bowler should be

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Greg Chappell

The gold standard

Chappell had talent, elegance and technique to burn, but more formidable was the discipline he imposed on himself - one more severe than those of any of his contemporaries

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One hundred per cent Australian

The martial air of his name extended to the field, where he was as ruthless and relentless as he was self-effacing off of it

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The poor boy who came to walk among kings

Bradman was cricket's first modern hero, a man who transcended his game, embodied the modern Australian journey, and became a symbol of mastery over fate

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Allan Border

The man who stood by Australia

A stern, stoic resister, Allan Border was the keeper of his country's flame during their darkest hour. And he ensured that they would be just fine once he left

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George Headley

The great black hope

The Atlas of West Indian cricket was a colossus among modest talents

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Man and superman

Off the field he may have been an awkward hero, on it Garry Sobers was "evolution's ultimate specimen"

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