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Sportswriter and senior lecturer in sports journalism at the University of Brighton
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Sarah Taylor, superstar

Feb 20, 2013: The time will come for female cricketers. Just you wait and see

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Frank Keating and the art of grace and affection

Feb 6, 2013: They don't make them like him anymore; blame the nature of modern sports media

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What pop music can teach cricket

Jan 23, 2013: Is the paying public interested in the cricket the ICC is putting out?

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My 2013 wishlist

Jan 9, 2013: More Tests, a better New Zealand, more power to Kallis, and Dravid for ICC chairman

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Being undroppable

Dec 12, 2012: A legend agonises over his life's quandaries

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Homage to catatonia

Nov 29, 2012: In praise of epic solo batting efforts - the ultimate acts of invidualism in a team cause

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India's board flexes its muscles because it can

Nov 15, 2012: How else to explain its lack of consistency over granting accreditation to the press?

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Just how wrong is the BCCI?

Oct 31, 2012: The Indian board is easily - often deservedly - painted as a villain, but often it is all too convenient to do so

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What to do with cheats

Oct 17, 2012: Erasing their stats from the records isn't feasible, but another sanction may be possible

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The A to Z of the World Twenty20

Oct 3, 2012: Two weeks into the tournament, a look at the highs and lows

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Cricketer sons: is it in their blood?

Sep 20, 2012: Choosing to stand in the long shadow of a famous parent takes courage. Emerging out of it takes something even more special

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ODIs: still necessary, no longer evil

Sep 5, 2012: How much of the backbone England currently show can be traced to the benefits of one-day cricket?

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KP's story: the next chapter

Aug 22, 2012: How Pietersen turned his career around after the fall of summer 2012: a view from the future

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This one's for Jamaica

Aug 8, 2012: The people of that nation have been radical and creative, and now through Bolt and Blake and Gayle and Samuels, they are enjoying plenty of enviable success

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Kallis, Steyn, and why the X-factor matters

Jul 25, 2012: As events at The Oval showed, greatness is the ability to bend and shape events by will, to dictate history rather than be dictated to by it

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The burden of being Ramps

Jul 11, 2012: In all the talk about Mark Ramprakash's unfulfilled talent, there is little acknowledgement of the unique pressures he faced

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The legacies of Maynard and Kaneria

Jun 27, 2012: It's been a depressing time for cricket, but as a sport it has one important advantage over the likes of football and rugby

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The Jimmy riddle

Jun 13, 2012: Was Andy Flower right to convince the Fast Bowler Who Would Be King to take a breather?

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The swap Samuels made

May 30, 2012: Older, wiser, more sober, Marlon Mark 3 has traded in some of the flash and impetuosity of his younger self to good effect. Might the captaincy be next?

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The hardest act to follow

May 16, 2012: Given the circumstances, even baby steps by West Indies in England will amount to victory

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Warner rivals Tendulkar's 1998 run

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Nine wickets in the final session, and the most runs after 40

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