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Kent v Surrey, Friends Life t20, Beckenham

'This is our summer'

Jun 26, 2011: The Railways ditched and the queues were long, but Kent and Surrey's fans enjoyed the cricket and dealt with all the inconveniences with humour

Stuart Croll

The birth of one-day cricket

A competition at the cutting edge

Feb 8, 2011: The English domestic scene, and following it the international cricketing scene, changed dramatically with the birth of limited-overs cricket

Ivo Tennant

Asif Iqbal

'Modern cricketers should be grateful to Kerry Packer'

Nov 26, 2010: The former Pakistan captain on how he turned from bowler to batsman, why he masterminded the Sharjah tournaments, his leadership regrets, and more

Interview by Ijaz Chaudhry

The good, the bad, the ugly

Sep 19, 2010: In his final column of the 2010 season, George Dobell looks back over six months of action and hands out his awards

George Dobell

Kent fight for survival

Sep 2, 2010: It has been known for a long time that Kent are in financial trouble, but the club insist the future is bright as the chairman dips into his own pocket

George Dobell

Martin McCague

Mine's a pint - or 72

May 29, 2010: To everyone else he was "the rat who joined the sinking ship" but to one impressionable teenager he was a six-foot-tall lamb in need of protecting

Rob Smyth

Carl Hooper

'I'd do it all over again if I could'

Dec 9, 2009: From a cricketer in Guyana to a businessman in Australia: Carl Hooper may not play too much cricket but he stays in shape, and he plays the markets

Interview by Mark Pennell

1976

Luck and a helicopter

Sep 26, 2009: The 1976 John Player League went down to the wire... and left the BBC relying on guesswork to avoid backing a losing horse

Martin Williamson

Amjad Khan

England's Danish import

Dec 9, 2008: His path to the England squad has taken in Denmark, Kent, and a career-threatening knee injury. A look at the rise of a quick bowler with a fascinating story

Andrew McGlashan

Nowhere man

Oct 15, 2008: Why the Ryan McLaren issue has implications for English and South African cricket

Neil Manthorp

English season review

Championship shows it can survive new age

Sep 29, 2008: The instigation of two divisions in the County Championship has been a blessing of sorts. In terms of maintaining interest until the very end

Ivo Tennant

English season review

And the award goes to...

Sep 29, 2008: Cricinfo looks back at the 2008 English season and hands out a batch of awards

Andrew McGlashan

County awards - August

Hampshire's turnaround

Sep 1, 2008: Cricinfo looks back at some of the best county performances from August

Andrew McGlashan

County cricket

Canterbury feels the crunch

Jul 28, 2008: The St Lawrence at Canterbury, the ground on which Colin Cowdrey once wrote that he would choose to spend his last moments on earth, hosts the oldest cricket festival in the country this week

Ivo Tennant

Kent v Middlesex, Twenty20 final, The Rose Bowl

A format to be proud of

Jul 26, 2008: This wasn't merely the culmination of a domestic tournament but the dawn of unprecedented riches for English cricket

Will Luke at The Rose Bowl

1909

Springing a surprise

Jul 19, 2008: When England's selectors pulled a 37-year-old googly bowler out of the hat for the Ashes

Martin Williamson

The Kolpak issue

The rape of South Africa's resources

May 30, 2008: Cricket South Africa and all concerned with the future of the game in the Republic now need to really have their wits about them as the trickle has become a full-scale flood, with close to 50 players having gone down the Kolpak route

Ken Borland

Kent v New Zealanders, Canterbury, 3rd day

How happy with curtailed workout

Apr 30, 2008: No play was possible on the final day of New Zealand's three-day warm-up against Kent at Canterbury, after heavy overnight rain had left the outfield saturated

Andrew Miller at Canterbury

Kent v New Zealanders, Canterbury, 2nd day

Marshall sets sights on Lord's return

Apr 29, 2008: It was an unsatisfactory day for New Zealand's batsmen at Canterbury, as heavy rain delayed the start of play and hastened the finish, and allowed only 38.2 overs in between whiles. But for their not-out No. 3, James Marshall, humble beginnings will do ju

Andrew Miller at Canterbury

Kent v New Zealanders, Canterbury, 1st day

Key gives Kiwis a dose of deja vu

Apr 28, 2008: Cricketers are superstitious creatures, and so when good omens come along they tend to be grabbed with both hands

Andrew Miller at Canterbury
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