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Great Moments

One false shot, and a World Cup lost

Feb 26, 2007: Mike Gatting's impetuous reverse-sweep cost England more than a wicket in the 1987 final

Jayaditya Gupta

The Lord's Taverners

New cricket centre opens in London

Feb 22, 2007: A new state-of-the-art cricketing facility has been opened in the heart of urban London, thanks to funding from Westminster City Council, The Lord's Taverners and further funding worth £1m from the UK's largest sports charity, the Football Foundatio

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Cricinfo XI

Fat bats and roly bowlers

Feb 22, 2007: Cricinfo has set out to demonstrate with this list of (mostly) talented and well-rounded cricketers

Martin Williamson and Andrew Miller

December 2006

Eleven cricketing sex scandals

Dec 14, 2006: And you thought footballers were bad... Mark van Dijk rummages through the tabloids to reveal cricket's naughtiest away games

Mark van Dijk

December 2006

On top down under

Dec 8, 2006: Simon Lister interviews the key figures behind England's successful tour of Australia, 1986-87

Interviews by Simon Lister

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Temper, temper

Sep 19, 2006: In the light of Mark Vermeulen's tantrum playing the the Lancashire League, Martin Williamson looks at 11 other instances where players or officials have spat the dummy

Martin Williamson

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Disappearing acts

Sep 5, 2006: Steve Pittard on cricketers who went missing in action

Steve Pittard

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Dangerous games

May 2, 2006: One of the enduring images of watching South Africa of late has been the frequency with which Makhaya Ntini has struck batsmen on the head. Here, Cricinfo picks out 11 moments where tempers spilled over off the field&

Martin Williamson


Dropping the pilot ... from a great height

Apr 8, 2006: At the start of the 1986 season David Gower was captain of England, but he was hanging on by his fingernails

Martin Williamson

The Week That Was ... March 20 - March 26

Afghan hounding, and insults that aren't

Mar 26, 2006: Andrew Miller looks back on the week ending March 26, 2006

Andrew Miller

Afghanistan XI v MCC, Mumbai

Gatting falls for a duck against Afghanistan

Mar 23, 2006: Hafti Gulabid, a fast bowler from Jalalabad, claimed the prize wicket of Mike Gatting for a duck as an Afghanistan side won their first ever match against MCC at Mumbai

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Marylebone Cricket Club

MCC to take on Afghanistan

Mar 20, 2006:

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Fury in Faisalabad

Nov 26, 2005: A look back at one of the most acrimonious Tests of all time

Martin Williamson

Graham Morris talks about his iconic photograph

Every picture tells a story

Nov 24, 2005: Graham Morris, who was covering the game as a freelancer, took what was to become one of sports most widely published and lucrative shots

Martin Williamson

Pakistan v England Timeline

A tumultuous past

Nov 11, 2005: Encounters between Pakistan and England have rarely lacked for drama, controversy and incident. Cricinfo charts a troubled 51-year relationship, leaving out only two series - those in 1971 and 1996 - that went off without any trouble

Osman Samiuddin

England in Pakistan, 2005-06

England fielding tactic under scrutiny

Nov 3, 2005: A new fielding tactic by Michael Vaughan could lead to row with Pakistan if it is employed during the Test series

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When Packer stalked Pakistan

Oct 29, 2005: Ask anyone about controversial England tours to Pakistan, and 1987-88 or 1968-69 are the most likely to spring to mind. But sandwiched in between those two was a series which was, in its own way, almost as miserable as the others

Martin Williamson

August 2005

England's last hurrah

Jul 28, 2005: Australia were trying to regroup round Allan Border. David Gower hit rich form. And then there were Tim Robinson and Richard Ellison. After a fluctuating summer the Ashes were well urned

Interviews by Nick Hoult

Recent Ashes openers

First impressions and all that

Jul 20, 2005: Australia have tended to start the stronger ... and continue that way as well

Andrew McGlashan

Over-35 tournament in April 2006

Bermuda to host World Cricket Classic

Jun 15, 2005: The World Cricket Classic, a Twenty20 cricket competition set to feature former leading international players, has been launched in London

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