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ZImbabwe cricket in crisis

Just when you think it can't get worse

Nov 2, 2005: Martin Williamson on Zimbabwe cricket's continuing slide towards chaos

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Why the ICC should not decide what is official

Time to rewrite the record books

Oct 18, 2005: Few outside Australia will mourn the end of this Sorry Series

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Why the WICB CEO should go

Time's up for Brathwaite

Aug 11, 2005: A report has suggested that Roger Brathwaite, the CEO of the West Indies board, has offered his resignation

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    The brave world of Stafanie Taylor

The West Indies captain grew up playing with men who never gave her an inch. That helped make her one of the best players on the women's circuit

    Loving English cricket in the '90s

Review: A new memoir, Following On, speaks to a generation of fans who were also losers

    Andre Russell, MVP

A look at what lies behind the rise of the West Indian allrounder who just might be the world's hottest T20 property at the moment

    'The worst England tour ever'

I Was There: In 1986, England were battered, bruised, broken and blackwashed in the Caribbean

Feasting, grooving, dancing at Chepauk

Sankaran Krishna: In the '70s, a Test match day in Madras involved home-cooked lunches and Hindi film music

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'To enjoy cricket, you must enjoy your downtime'

James Faulkner talks about the IPL, his slower balls, bouncing back from a drunk-driving episode, and bad haircuts

The fizz in Mustafizur

In a little over 12 months, he has firmly established himself as a top-notch bowler, and the captain's go-to man in the toughest situations

The Happy Families Test, and most IPL runs without a ton

Also: the highest successful first-class fourth-innings chases, and the double of 1000 runs and 100 wickets in women's ODIs

'For fast bowling you need an environment that helps you go wild'

Former Pakistan international Aaqib Javed talks about his growth as a fast bowler, the influence of Imran, and coaching UAE

Continuity sets Knight Riders apart

The franchise's success over the last five seasons has been built around consistency of selection and a familial atmosphere within the squad

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