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Sep 15, 2009: The general consensus is the England-Australia series has been a poor advertisement for 50-over cricket
Sep 11, 2009: Shane Warne turns 40 on Sunday
Sep 10, 2009: The current one-day series between England and Australia has been a tedious appendage to the Ashes, writes Mike Selvey in the Guardian
New Zealand in Sri Lanka 2009
Sep 10, 2009: Shane Bond, Ian Butler and Daryl Tuffey last hunted as a pack together in Barbados in 2002
Champions League Twenty20 2009
Sep 10, 2009: David Hussey believes Victoria have the skills to challenge the world's best players in the Champions League Twenty20
Sep 8, 2009: In the Times , Patrick Kidd looks at how life has changed for Stuart Broad since his Ashes heroics.
Sep 8, 2009: Patrick Smith writes in the Australian that 50-over cricket is dying, as evidenced by the interest in the ongoing ODI series in England.
Sep 7, 2009: Stephen Brenkley writes in the Independent that one-day cricket needs something to spice it up, as the game has become predictable and formulaic.
Sep 4, 2009: Joe Denly's injury while warming up with a football match has raised the ire of Mike Atherton, who writes in the Times that such warm-ups are a waste of time.
Champions League 2009
Sep 3, 2009: Matthew Wade is preparing to be Victoria's first-choice wicketkeeper for the Champions League despite limited Twenty20 experience
Sep 2, 2009: In his Guardian blog, Lawrence Booth considers the "where to now?" question for England and decides that due to the lack of Ashes celebration time with a one-day series starting shortly, and the likelihood of a largely consistent Test XI in the
New Zealand cricket
Sep 2, 2009: Is Daniel Vettori a better cricketer than Richard Hadlee
Aug 31, 2009: Always one for restraint and good taste, Andrew Flintoff has found an oh-so-subtle way to remind himself of his Ashes triumphs every day
Aug 26, 2009: In summing up the loss of the Ashes, Ricky Ponting in his column in the Australian acknowledges the disappointment but tries to look on the bright side.
Australian domestic news
Aug 26, 2009: Victoria have signed Muttiah Muralitharan for the Australian domestic Twenty20 tournament in 2009-10
Aug 17, 2009: Shane Warne has spent the past couple of days pondering ways that cricket could be improved, and has come up with a six-point plan that he outlines in the Times
Aug 13, 2009: Shane Warne the commentator is proving just as captivating as Shane Warne the legspinner, writes AAP 's John Coomber.
Aug 12, 2009: England have been waiting for the real Ian Bell to stand up during this series and it appears they haven't come any closer to finding him
Aug 11, 2009: Peter Roebuck in the Sydney Morning Herald notes the humour and discretion that Ricky Ponting has displayed during the Ashes and argues that 2009 has been Ponting's best year.
Australia in England 2009
Aug 11, 2009: The Dirk Nannes story is already a unique one but it could become even more remarkable if his debut in Australian colours goes well
Two greats look back on 20 years of friendship that has included World Cup heartbreak, a world-record stand, and missing a wedding
Nepal's players recount their ongoing journey through the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in the UAE, and express what it means to have made it to the 2014 World T20 in Bangladesh
They must respond to the Australian bowling threat adequately or the series will slip away from them fast
Mohammad Hafeez has fallen to Dale Steyn 15 times in all international matches; in the last 12 years, no bowler has dismissed a batsman more often
A collection of fine cricket writing on great cricket feats, and never mind the omissions
Plays of the Day from the first ODI between South Africa and India in Johannesburg
In all the talk of Bombay's credentials as a historical stronghold of Indian cricket, a region to the north gets overlooked
Darren Sammy and Brendon McCullum have both had moments to savour as captains at international level but the pair begin this contest with major questions hanging over them