Tributes

Letting go of Lottie

Charlotte Edwards influenced not only the women's game but also those who covered it

What Cozier meant to me

When you thought of West Indies cricket in the 1980s, his name was up there with those of Lloyd, Roberts, Marshall, Holding and the rest

And so it ends

In cricket, there is often no fairness to the end of a career and the way it comes, just the inevitable knowledge that it will. Which makes McCullum's exit remarkable

The mark Chanderpaul left on me

His retirement has not only marked the end of an era in batting, it marks for some of us the snapping of the final link to childhood

West Indies news

'Shiv, one hell of a player'

Windiescricket's Philip Spooner talks to Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who announced his retirement on Saturday, and his team-mates on an illustrious career, which spanned over two decades

Chanderpaul's lesson

His career, with its excellence and its quirks, tells us that cricket is big enough to contain everything and everyone