Jason Dasey

Jason Dasey is a host of Cricinfo SportsCenter and two international editions of SportsCenter on ESPN

ICC news

ICC needs to understand how betting industry works - Rutherford

The ICC needs to understand the working of the sports betting industry to recognise when match-fixing may occur, according to Ken Rutherford, the former New Zealand captain who now works in the South African sports betting business

Tom Moody

'The India coaching job is not out of the picture'

On a pre-season tour of Malaysia, Western Australia coach Tom Moody talks about winning and losing World Cups, Brett Lee's musical skills, and the possibility of one day taking charge of India

Simon Taufel

'Umpires should be helped to get better'

The five-time ICC umpire of the year speaks about the future of TV technology, his frightening experience in Lahore, and his days as a star schoolboy cricketer alongside Adam Gilchrist

Trevor Chappell

'I'm sick of hearing about it'

The quietest of the Chappells talks about growing up with Ian and Greg, his new coaching assignment, and of course, that underarm delivery

Darren Tucker

'We need to take the game to schools'

The Hong Kong Cricket Association president talks about the health of the game in the territory

England news

Hoggard hungry for Ashes comeback

Former Australia opener Justin Langer, who retired from the Test scene in January 2007, is considering extending his competitive cricket career to the age of 40

Indian Premier League

'IPL will boost cricket in New Zealand' - Fleming

Former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming has predicted that the success of the Indian Premier League and Twenty20 will encourage more youngsters in his country to choose cricket over rugby

County news

Langer wants to play until he is 40

Former Australia opener Justin Langer, who retired from the Test scene in January 2007, is considering extending his competitive cricket career to the age of 40

Shivnarine Chanderpaul

'I'm not interested in the captaincy'

West Indies' best batsman talks about his purple patch, the team's failures, and why he isn't looking to lead