Subash Jayaraman

A group of young boys play a game of cricket in the streets of Nagpur

Essay

Taking it to the streets

Across India's maidans, rooftops and back alleys, gully cricket pushes back against football and urbanisation

Pravin Amre at the National Cricket Academy, Bangalore

'I went into coaching rather than cribbing'

Former India batsman Pravin Amre talks about his century on Test debut on a tough Durban track, and how his coaching career took off after an unexpected end to his playing career

Subash Jayaraman and hiw wife at the Taj Mahal

Around the cricket world in 260 days

In the final leg of this globetrotting adventure, our correspondent and his wife take in more safaris than cricket in South Africa, and are overwhelmed by the World Cup experience

William Porterfield executes a square drive

'We are crying out for games against top teams'

Ireland captain William Porterfield talks about the rapid growth of cricket in the country and what the ICC should do to protect Associates' interests

Dion Nash celebrates the wicket of Dominic Cork

'We blew it against Pakistan in 1999'

Former New Zealand fast bowler Dion Nash talks about his World Cup performances, the hopes of the current side, and the injuries that shortened his career