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Rohan Kanhai

A flashing blade, a canny mind

Oct 15, 2009: He may have seemed a trigger-happy dasher, but he also had the sharpest of cricketing brains

Rajan Bala

A player of two parts

Oct 17, 2008: Why the man who now holds the record for the most runs in Tests is two batsmen in one

Suresh Menon

Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2006

Setting the records straight

Jun 23, 2006: Matthew Engel and Andrew Samson on the first-class statistics in South African cricket following apartheid

Matthew Engel and Andrew Samson

Ask Steven

Cricket and Christmas

Dec 26, 2005: A special Christmas version of our regular Monday column in which Steven Lynch answers your questions about (almost) any aspect of cricket

Steven Lynch

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Barbados

The morning after

Apr 5, 2004: It was a strange experience, wandering along the beach between Bridgetown and St Lawrence Gap the morning after an historic series win in the Windies

Andy Clark

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Barbados

The morning after

Apr 5, 2004: It was a strange experience, wandering along the beach between Bridgetown and St Lawrence Gap the morning after an historic series win in the Windies

Andy Clark

Richardson gets reward for his consistency

Aug 28, 2003: For the first time in nine years, New Zealand have a batsman among the top eight in the world rankings

Lynn McConnell

A true competitor

Jul 27, 2003: 1955 That great competitor Allan Border was born

Wisden CricInfo staff

Average century score in test cricket

Jun 30, 2000: Scoring a century has always been a great achievement in Test cricket

Arshad H. Zaidi

CRICKETER OF THE YEAR 1964

Rohan Kanhai

1964: It would be difficult to imagine a more entertaining batsman than Rohan Babulal Kanhai, leading scorer for either country in last season's England v

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