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Nov 13, 2007: Michael Meade reports on a busy start to the season in Chile
Nov 13, 2007: The Cayman Islands Cricket Association’s drive to raise the standard of cricket got to another level when cricket equipment was distributed to eight high schools
Nov 13, 2007: Samir Inamdar, the Cricket Kenya chairman, has told Cricinfo that the national elite league will proceed despite the ongoing problems affecting the Nairobi province.
Nov 13, 2007: As the row over Cricket Australia’s demands to charge agencies for access to international matches grows, the pressure on the board escalates, although it has, perhaps unsurprisingly, found an ally in the Indian board, an organization which is not
Indian Cricket League
Nov 12, 2007: Scyld Berry writing in The Daily Telegraph is of the opinion that the Indian Cricket League is set to fail, and much of the blame lies with Kapil Dev whose “great sense of timing has deserted him”.
Nov 12, 2007: An ICC Level 1 Coaching Course was held in Lima from October 22 to 27 and was followed by a Level 1 Umpiring Course from November 3 to 11
Nov 11, 2007: The AGM of the Nairobi Provincial Cricket Association was postponed for the fourth time last week after it emerged some clubs were yet again not served with the correct documentation in time.
Nov 11, 2007: The 2007-08 Argentine cricket season kicked off in the last weekend of October with the Saturday Championships (Second Division tournament)
Nov 11, 2007: October 21 saw the first Brazilian league game between Curitiba’s two new teams – Swadisht and Gralha Azul – with Swadisht coming away with a four-run victory
Nov 10, 2007: Zimbabwe Cricket has finally abandoned any pretence of being democratic
Nov 10, 2007: And no, it isn't England v Australia
South Africa v New Zealand, 1st Test, Johannesburg, 2nd day
Nov 9, 2007: What a difference a day makes. At the close yesterday New Zealand were in the better position, but after a day of poor batting from them and obduracy from Jacques Kallis and Hasim Amla, it was South Africa who appeared to have already done enough to win t
Nov 9, 2007: Cricket Australia's stand-off with the media is all wrong
South Africa v New Zealand, 1st Test, Johannesburg, 1st day
Nov 8, 2007: Graeme Smith was left a disappointed man as South Africa squandered the advantage of batting first on a pitch both captains expect to get worse sooner rather than later. They were bowled out for 226 in two-and-a-half sessions and New Zealand finished the
Nov 8, 2007: Authors who had more than a passing interest in cricket
World Cricket League
Nov 6, 2007: The UAE team will tour South Africa as part of their preparation for the ICC World Cricket League which takes place in Namibia.
Nov 6, 2007: In The Independent Angus Fraser has joined in the attack on Duncan Fletcher for the revelations in his warts-and-all autobiography which was published on Monday
A brief history ... 1958-59 to 1978
Nov 5, 2007: A brief history of England against New Zealand ... part two from 1958-59 to 1978
Arabian Cricket Challenge
Nov 5, 2007: Five counties will join UAE in a six-team event in the United Arab Emirates next March as part of their pre-season preparations
Nov 2, 2007: Thailand may be a cricketing backwater, but the game these has a decent foothold and it also attracts touring sides to the prestigious Chaing Mai Sixes.
Alastair Cook needs an out-of-the-box plan that veers India from the set pieces. One of those plans could be an early Powerplay
Kohli, Root, Smith and Williamson will take turns as the No. 1 Test batsman. So far each has shown only one technical weakness
Glenn McGrath talks about the method behind his metronomic consistency, visualisation, and why aggression isn't about sledging
Plays of the Day from the second ODI between England and India, in Cardiff
Plays of the day from the third ODI between England and India at Trent Bridge
Graeme Pollock has been among the top three finest players his country ever produced; and not far off that pace in the world rankings either
The sequence of recent stuttering starts in ODIs, with the middle and lower orders picking up the pieces, does not bode well