Jarrod Kimber

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Steve O'Keefe is thrilled after taking a wicket

India v Australia, 1st Test, Pune, 2nd day

O'Keefe chooses the big stage to defy beliefs

In the past, Steve O'Keefe has dismissed Kevin Pietersen, Virat Kohli, and many more in first-class cricket. Yet Australia have consistently found reasons not to pick him

David Warner inside edged one onto his stumps

India v Australia, 1st Test, Pune, 1st day

Australia trapped by their fear and loathing

Australia knew that the pitch for the first Test would spin, and it spun. Instead of bracing for the challenge, however, they ended up losing most of their wickets in a manner that had little to do with the track

Emma Lai conducts a coaching session for children

Emma Lai walks on the grass

The story of the cricket-club waitress who was playing for her national team within a year of picking up a bat for the first time

Netherlands celebrate after closing out another tight win

Hong Kong v Netherlands, WCL Championship, Mong Kok

Talismanic Borren still leading the fight

Few have given as much to Associate cricket as Peter Borren, and his will to win means Netherlands will keep knocking on the door

Paul van Meekeren hastened Hong Kong's defeat with two wickets in the 48th over

Hong Kong v Netherlands, WCL Championship, Mong Kok

A loss that may have cost Hong Kong millions

At a level of cricket where survival is not guaranteed, the game between Hong Kong and Netherlands had more riding on it than most international matches - and both teams played that way

Kids at a Big Bash League game

The summer I rocked with the Big Bash

Our correspondent tells us what he learned about the tournament through the weeks he spent on the road covering the games

Rachael Heyhoe-Flint at home with her family's pet labrador

Rachael Heyhoe-Flint 1939-2017

Cricket stands on the shoulders of the female WG Grace

Baroness Rachael Heyhoe-Flint was a larger-than-life personality who was never afraid to take on cricket's male establishment, and who made it her mission to 'get things done'