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James Mettyear

Tony Greig puts his pads on

Essay

Greigy, Robbo, and me

Tall and friendly, Tony Greig was a hero, ready-minted, for Sussex, England and the world in the late '60s and '70s

Who will the silver linings be for this time around?

Here's the Ashes

Commentators, presenters, spectators, players - we're all waiting for the latest edition of the storied series to kick off

Kerry Packer at a press conference

Feature

When Don met Kerry

How a little-known meeting between the two most influential men in Australian cricket changed the game's landscape

Simon Lister

West Indies fans are delighted by the team's 158-run win over England

Feature

When death whispered

At The Oval in 1976, the bowler was Holding, the batsmen were history