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English cricket

Does England's contracts system need an overhaul?

May 6, 2009: Centrally-contracted players or free-agents

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English cricket

Flintoff's loss poses question of balance for England

May 6, 2009: The lack of a real allrounder exposes the shallowness of Andrew Strauss's side's batting, writes Duncan Fletcher in the Guardian .

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West Indies cricket

Courtney Walsh still in love with cricket

May 6, 2009: For 21 years, Courtney Walsh ran the equivalent of 1000 miles in first-class cricket destroying metacarpals and careers with his pace and guile

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Royal Challengers Bangalore v Rajasthan Royals, IPL, Centurion

Resurgent teams battle for leverage

May 6, 2009: The two teams largely responsible for making the second season of the IPL as closely contested as it is at present clash in the first match of Thursday's double-header in Centurion

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Tales of bittersweet debuts

May 6, 2009: Players who've scored a hundred and a duck on Test and ODI debut respectively

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Indian Premier League

'Lethal weapon' fires 'Desert roses' to victory

May 5, 2009: Which IPL team opens with the ‘Rock at the top’ and the ‘Cannon’

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Twenty20

The fielding doosra

May 5, 2009: While batsmanship has evolved, and bowlers have begun to assert themselves in the IPL, the fielder continues to use old techniques to meet new challenges, writes Suresh Menon on ESPNStar .

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English cricket

Flower can set England straight

May 5, 2009: Will Andy Flower make a difference

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West Indies cricket

Cricket, lovely cricket, take it or leave it

May 4, 2009: In the Trinidad Guardian , Alvin Corneal looks ahead to what the next three months holds in store for West Indies cricket.

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English cricket

Harmy, you’re history now

May 4, 2009: As England move into a brand new era, with a brand new coach who isn’t even called a coach — no, Andy Flower is England’s team director, whatever that means — we pass into this bracing new climate by discarding a few old faithfuls, especially Stephen

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Pakistan cricket

Ten reasons why Ijaz Butt should be asked to quit

May 3, 2009: Times are tough and Pakistan cricket needs a 'wartime consiglieri', who can help it come out of the current crisis, writes Khalid Hussain in the News on Sunday .

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Offbeat

Mark Waugh bats against a snow ball

May 3, 2009: Not to be outdone by the Englishmen who played cricket on Mount Everest, Mark Waugh and thirteen other tough Aussies climbed three of the highest mountains in Australia in only three days

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New Zealand cricket

Oram's comments troubling for Test cricket

May 3, 2009: Jacob Oram has always impressed me as a young man of maturity and integrity and nobody can doubt his honesty here

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English cricket

England can thrive in life after Freddie

May 3, 2009: How safe is Andrew Flintoff's place under England's new regime

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West Indies cricket

Sarwan remains a big barrier to English success

May 3, 2009: Nobbling the opposition’s best batsmen with cunning plans was one of several qualities England supporters took for granted when Duncan Fletcher was the national coach, writes Scyld Berry in the Sunday Telegraph .

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Chennai Super Kings v Deccan Chargers, IPL, East London

Deccan Chargers seek to arrest slide

May 3, 2009: Monday's match at Buffalo Park in East London is between teams which had contrasting starts to the second season of the IPL but are now experiencing a change in form

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English cricket

England run out of ideas

May 2, 2009: To turn again in Twenty20 cricket to Collingwood, a player who resigned from the one-day captaincy last summer on the same day as Michael Vaughan, smacks of a conservative choice in a game which demands liberation, and will not inspire confidence

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Indian Premier League

An even contest between bat and ball

May 2, 2009: One of the greatest, and indeed finest, variables in cricket, only matched to some extent by tennis and golf, is the nature of the surface the game is played on and here in South Africa, it has turned existing ideas on T20 cricket completely

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Pakistan cricket

A century off 37 balls with Tendulkar's bat

May 2, 2009: When Shahid Afridi walked out to bat for the first time in a one-day international, against Sri Lanka in Nairobi in 1996, the bat in his hands once belonged to someone who had played many memorable innings, and several of them against Pakistan

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Indian Premier League

No questions asked, no answers given

May 2, 2009: This is a time when we, in the media, need to pose some serious questions — both to the game’s administrators and, as an extension, to ourselves for leaving no stone unturned in hyping the IPL as a coming of age of world cricket when, in fact, it is

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