Jeremy Coney

'My batting drove people away'

Jeremy Coney didn't put bums on seats, but he was New Zealand's most influential captain, and a bit of a renaissance man off the field

Old school tie

On meeting a childhood hero - and letting him down

Settling the Ashes

Eleven factors that have been crucial in cricket's premier contest down the years

England's Summer of Cricket 2008

Five go off in a highlights package

So what if England didn't win too much last summer? The video chronicle makes for compelling viewing

Andrew Flintoff and Ian Botham

The Fred and Beefy Show

Flintoff and Botham talk captaincy, heroes, Twenty20, and being among the finest allrounders of their respective eras

Stuart Broad

Geek god

He knows exactly when his batting average dipped below his dad's, he knows he is England's 638th Test player, and he can swing the ball pretty fast and accurately as well

The Wisden Cricketer: July 2008

Living with the larrikin legacy

Shane Warne spent five seasons at the Rose Bowl infusing "Happy" Hampshire with his star quality and competitive juices. How are the Hawks taking to life after the master?

Australia v Pakistan, Group F, Johannesburg

Twenty20 cricket yet to convince Gilchrist

Adam Gilchrist, Australia's stand-in captain, admitted that Twenty20 was not a game he had taken to whole-heartedly following the defeat to Pakistan

S Rajesh and Andrew McGlashan at the 2007 ICC World Twenty20

Dancing to the beat of Twenty20

The dancers providing entertainment at the ICC World Twenty20 have had a hard time keeping beat to the number of fours and sixes hit in the tournament

Bangladesh v West Indies, Group A, Johannesburg

More to come from erstwhile minnows

"It is totally wrong to label us minnows," says Mohammad Ashraful Bangladesh's wonderful victory that sent West Indies packing