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Michael Jeh is an Oxford Blue who played first-class cricket, and a Playing Member of the MCC. He lives in Brisbane
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England lack skill, pure and simple

Dec 10, 2013: The tourists have no excuses for their poor showing. They have simply not been good enough against quality bowling on lively pitches

Michael Jeh

Doesn't sledging hurt anyone?

Dec 3, 2013: Players insist that what's said on the field doesn't affect them, but then why do it at all? And why go up in arms when someone seemingly crosses the line?

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How did sledging become a sign of manliness?

Nov 28, 2013: Michael Clarke has gained praise in some quarters for showing mongrel by sledging. What sort of message does that send?

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When petulant jingoism is mistaken for news

Nov 22, 2013: A Brisbane newspaper's campaign to vilify Stuart Broad has backfired spectacularly, and deservedly, as it wrongly portrays Australian fans as churlish and immature

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Tendulkar: devoid of malice

Nov 19, 2013: Is his image a carefully constructed bubble that will one day be pricked? Everyone I have asked emphatically disagrees

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Warne, Watson, and the importance of emotional intelligence

Nov 13, 2013: A certain famous legspinner has shown he does not quite get leadership - in contrast to the two captains in the upcoming Ashes series

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Is any total safe anymore?

Nov 2, 2013: Scoring at more than six runs per over no longer comes fraught with huge risk and considerable damage

Michael Jeh

What's the right age to start wearing helmets?

Oct 28, 2013: Do kids as young as eight need the protection, or do helmets just hamper their batting technique?

Michael Jeh

The death of the yorker

Oct 22, 2013: Where are the bowlers who consistently land balls in the blockhole at decent pace?

Michael Jeh

The left-hander's cover drive

Oct 12, 2013: Aka the cricket stroke that can move medical professionals to poetry

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Australia's grassroots problem

Oct 6, 2013: Is it worth forking out the equivalent of a month's mortgage for your ten-year-old to play for a representative team?

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Injuries could decide the Ashes

Sep 24, 2013: Both sides are similarly matched in batting and bowling, so it may come down to who can stand up on the field longer

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Can liability be enforced in sport, like in business?

Sep 18, 2013: Umpires and referees make mistakes, but challenging them legally in the name of professionalism would be taking things a step too far

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Is spin Australia's future?

Sep 13, 2013: Going by the number of spinners in a recent U-11 trial in Brisbane, it looks like Australia's attack might come to be dominated by slow bowlers in the future

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Ashes myths and realities

Sep 3, 2013: An amateur stats analysis of the recent series, and a look at what we could expect Down Under at the end of the year

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What to do when you feel frustrated

Aug 25, 2013: If you're like Lehmann, you could swear, be comical, and not worry about having to think before you speak

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Do nasty guys finish first?

Aug 20, 2013: Snarls and frowns can never guarantee success. Only the right combination of players can. So why criticise a captain for being gracious?

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Give the umpire a break

Aug 12, 2013: Despite all the criticism that has been turned on them, the on-field officials are doing a decent job

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It all evens out in the end

Aug 3, 2013: If you don't walk when you know you've nicked it, there's no reason you should feel aggrieved if the umpire makes a mistake (with or without DRS)

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Ashton Agar's big challenge

Jul 31, 2013: Can he enjoy a sustained career at the top and still retain his essential core?

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