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Fringe Benefits: Eoin Morgan and William Porterfield

The tiny club that produced two World Cup captains

Jan 23, 2015: Just outside Dublin is eight-decade-old Rush CC, which honed the skills of Eoin Morgan and William Porterfield

Tim Wigmore

England's T20 future

Birmingham experiment in the balance

Jan 15, 2015: After 132 years, Warwickshire were suddenly known in Twenty20 cricket as the Birmingham Bears. Tim Wigmore reflects whether one of county cricket's most unusual moves has been a success

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England's T20 Debate

Franchises are not the answer

Jan 12, 2015: England needs to learn the right lessons from the Big Bash and not turn to a franchise system that would freeze our thousands of committed fans

Tim Wigmore

Scotland's wasted chance

Dec 31, 2014: Participation in 1999 was an opportunity to boost cricket's profile in the country - one the cricket board didn't take, leading to a long period in the wilderness

Tim Wigmore

The case of the shrinking horizons

Dec 31, 2014: Even as the ICC claimed to envision a bigger, more global game, the decisions it took in 2014 further stifled even the overachievers among the Associates

Tim Wigmore

Meet Hanuabada's latest flagbearer

Dec 23, 2014: The rise of Papua New Guinea batsman Lega Siaka has shown fellow young players in his country that they can dream big

Tim Wigmore

The Barramundis' big break

Nov 7, 2014: Papua New Guinea have impressed, despite their limited resources and talent. Now, as they head into their first ODI, they're hoping for a brighter future

Tim Wigmore

County news

Old dog Jones ready for new tricks

Nov 1, 2014: Moving to a new county to take up captaincy at the age of 38 would be a challenge for most. But Geraint Jones, once of England now of Papua New Guinea, is keen to stay fresh

Tim Wigmore

MacLeod spells hope for Scotland

Oct 30, 2014: Allrounder Calum MacLeod nearly lost his way with a faulty action, but he's back and key to Scotland's hopes of making an impression at the World Cup

Tim Wigmore

'I never stole anybody's money, yet I was given five years'

Oct 24, 2014: Half a decade since his ban ended, Maurice Odumbe continues to live with the stigma of corruption

Tim Wigmore

Feature

The white coat's burden

Oct 2014: Beset by technological tumult, intense media scrutiny, and a gruelling calendar, the modern-day umpire has a heavy load to bear

Tim Wigmore

'Kenya cricket is dead and buried'

Sep 30, 2014: The veteran spinner's dream spell against Australia in 2003 symbolised a brief golden period for Kenya, but since his retirement, the country's cricket has nose-dived

Tim Wigmore

Ireland's plateau

Sep 24, 2014: Without more fixtures with Full Members, they can't get more funds. Without funds, they can't keep their players

Tim Wigmore

The case against revoking ODI status

Sep 20, 2014: The ICC's decision to restrict the number of ODI teams deprives Associates of the ability to generate enough funds to survive, and to gain new fans

Tim Wigmore

Scotland news

Independence could increase Scotland player pool

Sep 17, 2014: Scottish cricket does not appear to have much to fear from independence but there is one way that it could benefit: a loosening of the eligibility requirements to play for the international team

Tim Wigmore

Afghanistan news

Moles named new Afghanistan coach

Sep 3, 2014: Andy Moles, the former New Zealand coach, has been appointed as the new coach of Afghanistan. He replaces Kabir Khan, whose resignation was confirmed yesterday

Tim Wigmore

Middlesex v Warwickshire, Lord's, 1st day

In-form Clarke inspires Warwickshire

Aug 31, 2014: With talk rampant about whether Warwickshire can emulate the class of 1994 and win the treble, the first day at Lord's perfectly encapsulated the qualities that have got the club this far

Tim Wigmore at Lord's

The man who gave Afghanistan their mojo

Aug 22, 2014: Afghanistan's former coach may have quit cricket to pursue religion, but he remains with the side in spirit

Tim Wigmore

Warwickshire v Somerset, Taunton, 4th day

Warwickshire retain hopes of glorious treble

Aug 18, 2014: Twenty years ago, Warwickshire won a historic treble. Fresh from a Championship victory against Somerset, it is just possible that 2014 could yet rival 1994 as the finest year in Warwickshire's history

Tim Wigmore

Wounded Tiger: A History of Cricket in Pakistan

The many stories of Pakistan cricket

Aug 16, 2014: A balanced account of the country's chaotic and often misunderstood cricketing history, from an outsider's perspective

Tim Wigmore
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