Part six: Alec Stewart's favourite bowlers include Courtney Walsh, who wasn't shy of getting mean when he needed to
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
- Players/Officials : Courtney Walsh
Stevie has his way! Anderson checks with his partner, didn't look all that convincing in the attempt. But it is a review. Pitches on middle, quite full too, Anderson is caught in the crease and it drumps low into the front pad. Should be decimating leg stump | Feb 14, 2016
Ajit Agarkar joins Raunak Kapoor to talk about India's 2-1 win against Sri Lanka in the T20 series, which India claimed after bowling Sri Lanka out for 82 in the decider | Feb 14, 2016
Andrew McGlashan pays tribute to AB de Villiers after his century sealed a comeback series win for South Africa over England. | Feb 14, 2016
Moahammad Isam analyses West Indies' World Cup final victory over pre-tournament favorites India | Feb 14, 2016
Alan Gardner looks back on England's innings in the deciding ODI against South Africa, with an Alex Hales century keeping the visitors hopes alive. | Feb 14, 2016
Adam Voges went past some of the best in cricket as he notched up a record 614 runs between dismissals in Test cricket, breaking Sachin Tendulkar's record of 497 | Feb 14, 2016
Melinda Farrell reports from the Basin Reserve after the third day's play between New Zealand and Australia | Feb 14, 2016
Craig McMillan talks about developing partnerships, and Adam Voges' performance after day three in Wellington | Feb 14, 2016
Gemini Arabians beat Leo Lions by 16 runs in an action-packed final, in Dubai | Feb 14, 2016
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