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Apr 10, 2005: Gerald Howat looks back at India's first official Test match, at Lord's in 1932, and the drama that preceded it off the field
Jan 15, 2004: Christopher Douglas names a team for all reasons, few of them cricket
Jun 27, 2003: In the same week that Don Bradman's baggy green cap, as worn during the 1946-47 Ashes series, was sold for £35,250 (US$58,500), the cap of his rival, Douglas Jardine, has fetched £9,600 (US$16,000) at an auction in Melbourne
A brief history ...
Aug 11, 2002: Martin Williamson with a brief history of Bodyline
Apr 1968: Jack Fingleton, in light-hearted mood, crams in golfing-cricketers, the immortal Clem Hill, and Douglas Jardine, a lawyer from Oxford - "possibly a little before his time"
1959: JARDINE, MR
Surrey v Old England, The Oval, May 23, 1946
1947: The King and some 15,000 enthusiasts attended the one-day match arranged to celebrate the Centenary of the Surrey County Cricket Club and of Kennington Oval as a cricket ground
South Australia v MCC, Adelaide, March 10-14, 1933
Mar 14, 1933: A match report from The Cricketer of the MCC's final tour game against South Australia
Australia v England, 5th Test, Sydney, February 23-28, 1933
Feb 28, 1933: A match report from The Cricketer of the 5th Test at the SCG
South Australia v MCC, Adelaide, November 4-8, 1932
Nov 8, 1932: A match report from The Cricketer of the MCC tour game against South Australia
England v India, Lord's, June 1932
Jul 2, 1932: The report from The Cricketer in India's first Test, against England at Lord's in June 1932
CRICKETER OF THE YEAR 1928
1928: DOUGLAS ROBERT JARDINE, who provides a striking instance of heredity at cricket, was born on October 23, 1900, at Bombay, India
In India's win at Lord's, Ishant Sharma took the best bowling figures by an Indian in the fourth innings of a Test outside Asia. Here are five other best bowling efforts by Indians in the fourth innings of Tests outside Asia
Alastair Cook has got used to feeling of the axe hanging over him. Only his team-mates can save England now
India's wretched run away from home began at Lord's in 2011. A young team full of self-belief may have brought it to an end with their victory at the same venue three years later
What's wrong with their cricket? Well, what isn't?