Brydon Coverdale

Assistant editor at ESPNcricinfo @brydoncoverdale

John Rutherford, now in his 80s, shows he can still bat

One and Done

The underdog who remained unbeaten

John Rutherford played just the one Test before a stroke while playing put paid to his cricket career. It went downhill from there before he turned things around

Chris Rogers walks with team doctor Peter Brukner

Australia in West Indies 2015

Rogers admits sitting out was right call

Chris Rogers has conceded that team doctor Peter Brukner was right to rule him out of both Tests in the West Indies after he suffered concussion when he was struck on the helmet at training

Devendra Bishoo broke England's opening stand

West Indies v Australia, 2nd Test, Kingston

Bishoo key as West Indies look to draw level

With Australia retaining the Frank Worrell Trophy after the first Test, the best West Indies can hope for is to level the series 1-1, but that would require their first Test victory against Australia in 12 years

Mitchell Starc finished with 4 for 28

West Indies v Australia, 1st Test, Roseau, 3rd day

Australia win inside three days

On Wednesday morning Australia began their defence of the Frank Worrell Trophy. By Friday evening they had retained it

Adam Voges pushes to off during his first Test innings

West Indies v Australia, 1st Test, Roseau, 2nd day

Australia on top after Voges' debut ton

Adam Voges became the oldest man to score a century on Test debut as Australia took control on the second day in Dominica

Michael Clarke held on to a sharp catch at slip to dismiss Darren Bravo

West Indies v Australia, 1st Test, Roseau, 1st day

Edge with Australia after 13-wicket day

Thirteen wickets made for an eventful opening day of the series in Dominica, and it was Australia who went to stumps in the stronger position. Denesh Ramdin gave his men the chance to bat first but they survived only two sessions for their 148 before Aust

Marlon Samuels and Shivnarine Chanderpaul wait to bat

West Indies v Australia, 1st Test, Roseau

West Indies begin new era after Chanderpaul

For the first time in in 21 years, West Indian fans must consider a Chanderpaul-less future. And their first engagement of that future is against Australia, a team West Indies have not beaten in a Test for 12 years, and in a series for 23 years

Mark Burgess portrait

Mark Burgess

'At no stage did I think I'd be New Zealand captain'

Mark Burgess led his country's cricket team (though he thought he was better at football), had to miss tours to keep his job, and remembers the days when one-dayers were a novelty

Kevin Pietersen and Michael Clarke at a charity match

Australia news

England 'not as strong' without KP - Clarke

Australia's captain Michael Clarke has said he feels for Kevin Pietersen over his ongoing exclusion from the England side and said any team without Pietersen in it was weaker for his absence

Former Western Australia rookie batsman Brett Jones during his AFL career

'The landscape has changed for the better for cricket'

In 2003, Brett Jones chose an AFL career despite holding a Western Australia rookie contract. Since retiring he has returned to cricket and is now Queensland's high performance manager. Here, he speaks about how cricket can keep its best athletes