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Sportswriter and senior lecturer in sports journalism at the University of Brighton
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The World T20 roller coaster

Apr 2, 2014: Tantalising finishes, technicolor extravaganzas, and sport as opera - notes from an armchair

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The importance of failure

Mar 19, 2014: Success can dazzle, even blind. It's in failure that those like Jonathan Trott can address their weaknesses

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The icing on the season's cake

Mar 5, 2014: Test cricket is in roaring health and there has been no proof more ringing than the enthralling South Africa v Australia series

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All hail the Man of the Series

Feb 19, 2014: In modern times, the most accurate method of anointing the best of the best is surely an analysis of those who have been voted top performers in series most often

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The good, the bad and the Greigy

Feb 5, 2014: Remembering English cricket's favourite punching bag, who didn't always do the right thing, but had unbridled passion for the game

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Pietersen for vice-captain?

Jan 22, 2014: Instead of demonising him again, maybe it's time to give him some of the love he patently craves

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Never another like Kallis

Jan 8, 2014: It's hard to see anyone maintaining such discipline, efficiency, focus and fitness for close to two decades

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Fiery Syd

Dec 18, 2013: Sydney Barnes, the most feared bowler of them all, was a colourful, forbidding and often misunderstood character who wouldn't have been out of place in the modern game

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Pump up the volume

Dec 4, 2013: It's time to turn the stump mikes all the way up, and leave them that way

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Harder to get to the top or to stay there?

Nov 6, 2013: And what are we to make of the inimitable Mitchell Johnson then?

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Quotas: less black and white than ever

Oct 23, 2013: Affirmative action is among the most bitterly divisive issues of the age. Particularly in sport, which depends on fairness, which in turn begins with equality of opportunity

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Honest, simple, Harmy

Oct 9, 2013: Steve Harmison was a standard-bearer for a new breed of sporting hero: understated, self-effacing, unafraid to non-conform or to reveal vulnerability

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Despicable Stu

Sep 25, 2013: Stuart Broad may revel in the Australian fans' hatred for him, but he should know that becoming a better person won't make him a lesser player

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The red badge of courage

Sep 11, 2013: There are several reasons for sporting success but it's possible that bravery exerts the foremost influence

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Being Monty

Aug 28, 2013: There have been many players before Panesar who had to deal with prejudice of all sorts. One way to counter it is to celebrate your difference

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England's Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon

Aug 14, 2013: For all their blatant differences, Bell and Pietersen are a duet as melodious in deed as in sound

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The Phoenix factor

Jul 31, 2013: Do Michael Clarke's beleaguered company have it in their loins and hearts to call on the spirit of 1937?

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Unassuming Bell begins to growl

Jul 17, 2013: He has always possessed skill and style but his recent success is owed to cussedness and patience

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Bopara and the cultural conundrum

Jul 3, 2013: Why does Britain still await its first batting star of Asian stock?

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Contempt and disrespect

Jun 19, 2013: They're the flavour of the season in cricket, but while players are pulled up for various deeds of misconduct, administrators get away

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Channel nine

The Cricket Monthly: Ben Pobjie writes of a father-son bond, in his letter from Cranbourne, Australia
TCM November issue

    'We're a serious cricket team'

Liam Brickhill: Should Zimbabwe Women qualify for the World T20, it will be a sign of how the game has progressed in the country in recent years

The kinaesthetic beauty of timing

Sankaran Krishna: When batsmen transfer their body weight and movement precisely into the point of contact between bat and ball, the results can be glorious

    What does the future hold for Ian Bell?

The Switch Hit crew talk about Bell, Buttler's resurgence, and the pink ball

Azhar needs to step up and take charge

Ahmer Naqvi: Pakistan's batting and bowling tactics have been a bit of a mishmash; the captain needs to make sure the whole exceeds the sum of the parts

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The difference between Nagpur and Nottingham

One home advantage is not better or worse than the other, but this pitch had variable turn, bounce and pace to go with the fact that pitches that turn from ball one get worse with time

India's pace puzzle: Aaron or Umesh?

With India playing most of their Test cricket at home over the next 18 months, they will have to choose between their two quickest bowlers most of the time. A tricky choice, given Varun Aaron and Umesh Yadav's hit or miss tendencies

Ross Taylor treats himself

How Ross Taylor reconciled with New Zealand cricket and made the highest score by a visiting batsman in Australia

A six-ton Test, and Imran's prolific 30s

Plus: most runs in a Test by a New Zealander, and c&b by the same bowler twice in a Test

South Africa fall to record lows

Stats highlights from the second day's play in Nagpur, where South Africa collapsed to their lowest total since their return to Test cricket

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