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USACA must turn problems to its advantage

Nov 2, 2012: USACA is now at a crossroads and its critics - and they are fairly widespread - will be watching to see what happens next

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USA elections

No victory for democracy

Apr 18, 2012: USACA votes back the old guard and stifles hope for the future

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No turning back for Kenya

Sep 4, 2011: The board did the right thing by axing players who had held them to ransom in the past

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Kenyan board right to dump old guard

Jul 3, 2011: The players may complain, but the board has taken a forward-looking step

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World Cup 2015

ICC avarice dooms Associates to the wilderness

Oct 21, 2010: The leading countries' reluctance to give up their larger shares of the ICC's cake has come at the cost of spreading the game

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The future looks grim

Kenyan cricket stares into the abyss

Jul 11, 2010: Martin Williamson argues Kenyan cricket is doomed unless it undergoes a major overhaul

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Kenyan cricket

'A bunch of mutinous fools'

Jun 22, 2010: Martin Williamson on how Kenya's cricketers were prepared to risk the future of the game for some short-term and minor gains

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Kenyan cricket

Back to the dark days

Jun 18, 2010: Martin Williamson argues the latest crisis to undermine Kenyan cricket is one about out-and-out self interest and could do irreparable harm to the game

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Logan Cup 2009-10

From little acorns ...

Sep 17, 2009: Martin Williamson looks at Zimbabwe's new domestic set-up

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Hurtling down an old precipice

Jul 16, 2009: Seven times in the past the WICB has come off second best in arbitration with its players, and this time seems no different. Little will change unless the entire structure of the board is overhauled

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What have they done to deserve this?

May 24, 2009: The ICC's decision fast-track the USA into the World Twenty20 Qualifiers is a breach of its avowed principles

Scottish Cricket

The inquests set to start for Scotland

Apr 19, 2009: What the future holds for Scotland after their poor performance in South Africa

Bermuda's blown chance

Apr 11, 2009: Their four-year stint at Associate level has come to an end and they don't look likely to be bouncing back anytime soon

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Zimbabwe cricket

Flickers of hope for Zimbabwe

Feb 10, 2009: It might be premature, and whisper it quietly, but there are signs that Zimbabwe cricket might have finally turned the corner

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West Indies in crisis

Another mess of its own making

Oct 8, 2008: Martin Williamson on why heads must roll after yet another spectacular foul-up by the West Indies Cricket Board

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Stanford 20/20 for 20

Court to rule if Stanford game can proceed

Oct 2, 2008: Martin Williamson previews the hearing in London which will decide whether then Stanford 20/20 for 20 will go ahead

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Associates lose out

Only one winner in county v country debate

Jul 16, 2008: Martin Williamson looks at how the Associate countries will always lose out in the tug-of-war with counties

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ICC board meeting

Teflon kings survive another day

Jul 4, 2008: How the ICC has once again compromised over Zimbabwe

The future's bright

Jun 27, 2008: The new ICC funding regulations should have a positive impact on the game's Associates and Affiliates

Matches more than money

May 13, 2008: Kenya have little chance of getting better unless they are allowed to play among the game's top ten

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Jonathan Wilson: When the bad days outnumber the good, and the aches and pains hasten your decline, you wonder if each game might be your last

    Cricket's Hard Rock Café

A visit to Colombo's Cricket Club Café, a memorabilia-laden cricket-themed venue that attracts tourists and cricketers alike

Tea with Murali

Wisden Almanack: Muttiah Muralitharan is still happy to discuss the issue of chucking and show reporters his freakish bowling arm

The wizard of Waipawa

The Cricket Monthly: How a company in a one-street Kiwi town became a bat-making powerhouse
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Herath's cold summer at Staffs

Scott Oliver: An unremarkable English league stint in 2009 was hardly an indication of his impending rebirth as an international bowler

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The emotional final lap of a 15-year journey

Kumar Sangakkara left the ground after almost everyone he knew very closely had. Then it rained a little. Sangakkara had played his last match for Sri Lanka; even the elements allowed themselves a bit of emotion

Pujara's chance to beat his blues

After a ten-month free-fall, Cheteshwar Pujara will turn out for India once again at the traditional batting paradise that is the SSC. Can he make it count?

Ojha's time to 'relax' before Test debut

After spending 15 years in the domestic circuit, Naman Ojha is expected to make his Test debut in the third match, for which, he says, he is not facing additional pressure because of the long wait

Gilly's no-balls, and Rahane's catches

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Rogers peaks in series of change

ESPNcricinfo rates the Australia players involved in the Ashes series

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