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Former Australasia editor, ESPNcricinfo
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Thrown in at the deep end

May 9, 2008: What does swimming have to do with cricket? More than you think when it comes to coaching

In-vogue to outcast

Apr 18, 2008: Chris Rogers made his Test debut in January. Three months later he is without a national contract, and moving states

Peter English

The pressure's on the panel

Apr 4, 2008: Not much has been expected of Australia's selectors in recent years, but the time may have finally come for them to raise their game

Peter English

Domestic chore

Mar 21, 2008: Following a season of massive player change in the Australian domestic scene, the Pura Cup final needs to join the revamp

XI for '11

Mar 14, 2008: Australia have been shedding legends with alarming rapidity. What will their 2011 World Cup side look like?

Peter English

Goodbye to the summer of spite

Mar 7, 2008: Some lessons for India and Australia following three months of controversy and drama that overshadowed some wonderful cricket

ICL signs bowler for three years

Gillespie steps down in Adelaide

Feb 29, 2008: Jason Gillespie, Australia's sixth-most successful Test wicket-taker, has announced his retirement in Adelaide

Peter English

The whispered goodbye

Feb 29, 2008: Jason Gillespie deserves better than the muted farewell he will get

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Show me the money (but not to Matt or Ricky)

Feb 22, 2008: At the Indian Premier League auction 13 Australians suddenly discovered their world value, some to their chagrin

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Rash dash for cash

Feb 15, 2008: Why Australia's players should rest instead of joining the IPL crush

Life after Gilly

Jan 28, 2008: Adam Gilchrist has become the fifth top-drawer player to have quit the Australia side over the last year. Managing the transition will a massive challenge for Ponting and Co.

Peter English

The right time to exit

Jan 26, 2008: A man of the highest standards does not need to be told his powers are waning and Adam Gilchrist went before the occasional lapses could blur his spectacular name

Peter English

Attack hurts Australia

Jan 17, 2008: Waugh's over-confidence led to his team's streak of 16 ending in Kolkata in 2001, similar over-confidence from Ponting's side could have the same result in Perth in 2008

Ponting outpoints Waugh in record winning streaks

Never say draw

Jan 11, 2008: A comparison of the Test-winning streaks of Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting

Peter English

Open your eyes, Ricky

Jan 8, 2008: Australia's captain needs greater awareness of his team's actions

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Sydney, 5th day

Australia's attitude lacking in appeal

Jan 6, 2008: Australia could not believe it when they had several appeals turned down on the final day, but after the umpiring perks they received during the match they had nothing to complain about

Peter English at the SCG

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Sydney, 2nd day

Australia bow to very, very special batsman

Jan 3, 2008: As Laxman left the field, having made a sublime hundred, those watching knew they had witnessed something special

Slow bowling in a spin

Dec 21, 2007: Spin bowling is causing so many furrows that Australia's youth selectors have spent the past two weeks looking at how they can beef up the stocks

Big audio dynamite

Dec 14, 2007: Curse-free and fabulous. Listening in to the Australia-New Zealand Twenty20

Rewarding journey

Dec 7, 2007: Australia's selectors have been wooed again by Ashley Noffke, who is preparing for the Twenty20 against New Zealand on Tuesday

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Modern Masters: He developed a rhythm that worked for him and gave him better balance at the crease

    'I spent 95% of my career bowling the same ball'

Angus Fraser talks about his workmanlike bowling, playing second fiddle, his stop-start career, and England in the '90s

    'A coach earns respect by working as hard as the players'

Sanjay Bangar talks about his quick transition from player to coach, his philosophy and the reasons behind Kings XI Punjab's turnaround

    'Swann could bowl length blindfolded'

Erapalli Prasanna on a thoroughbred professional whose basics were extraordinarily strong

The mathematician who loved cricket

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Champions League T20 still battling for meaning

The thrills are rather low-octane, the skills are a bit lightweight, and the tournament overly India-centric

From Constantine to Chanderpaul

As West Indies play their 500th Test, here's an interactive journey through their Test history

'My kind of bowling style is gone now'

Former New Zealand seamer Gavin Larsen talks about wobbly seam-up bowling, the 1992 World Cup, and his role in the next tournament

Busy keepers, and Waqar's bowleds

Also, high scores and low averages, most ducks in international cricket, and the 12-year-old Test player

Soaring in the 1980s, slumping in the 2000s

In their pomp, West Indies had a 53-13 win-loss record; in their last 99, it is 16-53. That, in a nutshell, shows how steep the decline has been

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