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What does good team culture consist of?

Oct 30, 2013: Team spirit is defined not by words but by deeds, although these might not be obvious. And the advent of the T20 mercenary has complicated things somewhat

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A real test? Not in your backyard

Jun 7, 2012: Playing Test cricket overseas is the greatest examination of skill a cricketer must pass. Despite the increasing uniformity of the touring experience, playing abroad hasn't really got easier

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When cricket is like being in love

Mar 1, 2012: The heady feeling of playing in a Test match, which can lay bare your every emotion, is in some ways similar to the early days of a blooming romance

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What's so great about a batting average?

Dec 1, 2011: Runs, averages and wickets hardly tell the story of a player, a match or a career. We need more meaningful statistics in cricket

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Facing the fastest gun in the west

Oct 25, 2011: A top-order batsman deconstructs the all-too-brief contest

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Why Australia needs spicy pitches

Sep 15, 2011: There has been comment about result wickets in Shield cricket, but those aren't as bad as they're being made out to be

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Is cricket the black dog of the sporting kennel?

Jul 28, 2011: Are cricketers more pre-disposed to depression than the average man in the street?

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The skewed realities of the Big Bash League

Jul 6, 2011: Test aspirants have been left facing pay cuts, while those with prodigious Twenty20 skills look forward to getting big money for little work

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    Big-hearted, broad-shouldered Davo

Alan Davidson was a fine allrounder, who has spent his life serving Australian sport in various capacities. By Ashley Mallett

    Dubai-Dhabi-Doo

Rob Steen: Who knew the Middle East would one day become the centre of a cricket-lover's universe?

    Dhawan's bouncer problem

Aakash Chopra: Why the Indian opener would be well advised to shelve the hook and pull in Australia

    The last cricket bookseller

The home of Australia's first, and possibly last, full-time dealer of his kind is a treasure trove of cricket literature amassed over 45 years. By Russell Jackson

England's problem with attacking batsmanship

Jon Hotten: It has taken the country ages to get over its obsession with defensive batting

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Pakistan should not welcome Amir back

The serene team culture cultivated by Misbah and his men shouldn't be allowed to be disrupted by a player with a tainted past

November games need November prices

An early start to the international season, coupled with costly tickets, have kept the Australian public away from the cricket

A two-decade long dream

In 2011, MS Dhoni helped end a 28-year wait for India and gifted Sachin Tendulkar something he had craved throughout his career - to be called a World Cup champion

The wow and the sheesh

Coloured clothes, black sightscreens, two white balls: the game of cricket looked so different in 1992. But writing about it now seems more fun than watching it then

The inherent dangers of batting

The sickening blow that struck Phillip Hughes is a reminder of the ever-present dangers associated with facing fast bowlers, even while wearing a helmet

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