Dec 28, 2007

We must be positive and confident in what we were able to achieve collectively in this region and build on these unparalleled successes. There were so many people who never thought it was even possible. That we did it and surpassed targets achieved by significantly larger and wealthier hosts is an achievement we can be proud of.

The final word on the 2007 World Cup from organising chief Chris Dehring. And there we all were thinking the whole thing had been an unparalleled disaster

Dec 18, 2007

We were competitive in all the three Tests.

Which series was Shoaib Malik watching? Pakistan bowled out India just twice, once for over 600, conceded over 600 twice and were saved from a collapse of ten wickets in two sessions by bad light in Bangalore

Dec 17, 2007

Out of obscurity to nowhere

Ian Healy struggles to put into words Luke Pomersbach's rushed debut at Perth after he was called up from the car park

Dec 12, 2007

Who made them boring?

Looking straight at the camera, a deadpan Richie Benaud responds to Geoff Boycott's call for four-day Tests because five days are, apparently, boring

Dec 7, 2007

Oh, I do love those newspapers.

A sarcastic Ian Botham rubbishes newspaper reports about the impending rumours of Sanath Jayasuriya's retirement. Botham has been a regular columnist in the British press for more than two decades. Less than 24 hours later Jayasuriya confirmed the stories

Nov 30, 2007

Yeah, pretty much, it's all I have left now!

The retiring Darren Lehmann said his eye was about the only thing holding him up as he used it well to strike a century in the heat in his final match