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Sep 12, 2014: Murray Goodwin has brought the curtain down on a 20-year professional career with the announcement he will retire at the end of this season for Glamorgan
Jan 15, 2014: Murray Goodwin reveals secrets of ageing, scoring big hundreds, and of his own anatomical extras
Nov 24, 2013: Murray Goodwin talks about facing Shoaib, and bringing out the broom against Murali
Glamorgan v Gloucestershire, Cardiff, 4th day
Sep 27, 2013: Glamorgan rounded off the County Championship season with a convincing eight-wicket win over Gloucestershire on the final day of their Division Two encounter at Cardiff.
Essex v Glamorgan, Chelmsford, 1st day
Sep 17, 2013: Essex were frustrated by the weather and Glamorgan's third-wicket pair as they went in search of a victory at Chelmsford to keep alive their hopes of winning promotion.
Glamorgan v Worcestershire, Flt20 Mids/West Group, Cardiff
Jul 23, 2013:
Lancashire v Glamorgan, Old Trafford, 2nd day
Jul 16, 2013: Murray Goodwin fell six runs short of his double-century in becoming one of seven wicket for Lancashire spinner Simon Kerrigan
Lancashire v Glamorgan, Old Trafford, 1st day
Jul 15, 2013: Murray Goodwin's 70th first-class hundred put Glamorgan in a healthy position on the opening day at Old Trafford
Glamorgan v Hampshire, Cardiff, 4th day
Jul 11, 2013: James Tomlinson finished with figures of 5 for 44 to guide Hampshire to their second County Championship win of the season as they beat Glamorgan by 43 runs in a close-fought game in Cardiff.
Kent v Glamorgan, Canterbury, 2nd day
Jun 13, 2013: Forty year-old Murray Goodwin, the elder statesman of county cricket, notched the 69th first-class century of his career and his second for his new county as Glamorgan took a grip of Kent at Canterbury.
Gloucestershire v Glamorgan, Bristol, 1st day
Jun 5, 2013: Jim Allenby and Murray Goodwin held sway in the sunshine as Glamorgan assumed the upper hand against Gloucestershire
Leicestershire v Glamorgan, Grace Road, 1st day
May 21, 2013: Marcus North and Murray Goodwin hit half centuries as Glamorgan enjoyed the better of the first day's play against Leicestershire
Glamorgan v Lancashire, Colwyn Bay, 2nd day
May 2, 2013: The late dismissal of Ashwell Prince tipped the match in Glamorgan's favour after Murray Goodwin's 69 had helped them to a 119-run lead
Australia v South Africa, 3rd Test, Perth
Nov 29, 2012: A four hour plane flight, 2600km travelled, three days off. The journey from the Adelaide Oval to the WACA could not provide a starker contrast for the players
Oct 18, 2012: Glamorgan have signed Murray Goodwin on a one-year contract. Goodwin, the former Zimbabwe batsman, was released by Sussex at the end of the 2012 season
Sussex v Somerset, Hove, 3rd day
Sep 6, 2012: Four wickets in five overs at the end of a keenly contested day almost put hopes of a surprise Somerset victory to bed
Sussex v Somerset, Hove, 2nd day
Sep 5, 2012: Chris Nash made his third Championship hundred of the season as Sussex tightened their hold on the game against Somerset
Sussex v Gloucestershire, Flt20 Quarter-final, Hove
Jul 24, 2012: Scott Styris' outrageous 37-ball hundred sends Sussex to final day with a 39-run win over Gloucestershire at Hove
Sussex v Northants, CB40 Group C, Arundel
Jul 22, 2012: Sussex cruised to an eight-wicket win over Northamptonshire at Arundel to consolidate their place at the top of group C in the Clydesdale Bank 40
Sussex v Nottinghamshire, Hove, 3rd day
May 27, 2012: Murray Goodwin rediscovered his form with an unbeaten half-century to carry Sussex to 177 for 4 - a lead of 58 - going into the final day at Hove
For 30 minutes, everything else took a backseat, as the world watched in awe and fear, a fired-up Pakistan fast bowler mercilessly bullying an Australian batsman
Over the last few months, he has slowly moved from a flashy finisher, to a more measured risk manager
India's Plan A in this World Cup had worked flawlessly over seven matches. When they came up against the toughest opponents in the World Cup, however, they were left scrambling for a back-up plan
It was Grant Elliott and New Zealand's time in Auckland. Not South Africa's. But the Proteas will leave this tournament wondering when that will ever change. Maybe next time.