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Little man takes apart big man

Oct 30, 2014: When Alvin Kallicharran, only 5'4", bareheaded, and with his shirt unbuttoned halfway down, decided to meet fire with fire against Dennis Lillee

'You had to learn to survive first, then think about the opposition'

Dec 23, 2013: Alvin Kallicharran talks about coming up the hard way, the lessons captaining West Indies taught him, and the rebel tour of South Africa

Interview by Subash Jayaraman

Pakistan news

International XI arrives for Twenty20

Oct 18, 2012: A team comprising several high-profile former and current international cricketers has arrived in Pakistan after nearly a four-year drought of international cricket in the country

Umar Farooq

The unforgiven

Mar 20, 2007: Twenty-four years ago 18 West Indians made history when they ventured into apartheid South Africa to play a series that went down in legend. A look back at the rebel tour of 1983

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Top Performances

The little artist takes Lillee to task

Feb 11, 2007: The 5ft 4in Alvin Kallicharran took on a fired-up Dennis Lillee and won the battle in style

Martin Williamson

New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Christchurch, 3rd day

No regrets on controversial run-out - Fleming

Dec 9, 2006: Stephen Fleming had no regrets about the controversial dismissal of Muttiah Muralitharan in the first Test, saying Muralitharan made a mistake and paid the price

ESPNcricinfo staff


When Sylvester Clarke bricked it

May 13, 2006: Cricket has, regrettably, many incidents of players being pelted with objects by bored or malicious spectators, but examples of the players retaliating in kind are mercifully rare

Martin Williamson

The decisions which have caused a stir

Ten controversial dismissals

Nov 21, 2005: Following the controversial dismissal of Inzamam-ul-Haq today, Will Luke and Martin Williamson look at ten decisions which have irked and provoked players and public alike

Will Luke and Martin Williamson


It ain't over until it's over

Feb 19, 2005: In the days before television coverage was a given at almost every international match anywhere in the world, many controversial incidents, which would now be endlessly replayed and analysed were hardly even commented upon

Martin Williamson

Your questions answered

A half-century of defeats, and five-fors against everyone

Feb 16, 2004: The column where we answer your questions

Steven Lynch

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

The mighty metronome

Jul 4, 2003: 1918 The quintessential English seamer is born

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Fantastic Mr Fox

Apr 15, 2003: 1957 A fox is 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

Kenya reward Kallicharran with one-year contract extension

Mar 20, 1999: The Kenya Cricket Association has rewarded national coach, Alvin Kallicharran, for his team's successful performances against the touring MCC by giving him an early birthday present in the form of a one-year extension to his coaching contract

Tony Munro

Alvin Kallicharran on preparations for World Cup 1999

Feb 19, 1999: Alvin Kallicharran wouldn't exactly say it, but speaking to him one feels the Kenyan national team coach is experiencing deju vu - a flashback to the times when the West Indies were reknowned for natural talent but perhaps criticised in the way they

Tony Munro


Alvin Kallicharran

1983: In a tortured 1982 season, when they usually had to sit and suffer, Warwickshire's followers could at least take comfort from the disciplined brilliance of ALVIN ISAAC KALLICHARRAN

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