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Attack of the Red Thread

Aug 18, 2008: Grass under attack, another record for Lara, overpriced Ashes tickets, and Bumble's quest to regain his Test cap

Nishi Narayanan

Costly ducks and no duck

Aug 11, 2008: Expensive ducks by New Zealanders, no duck on the menu, a new origin for cricket ,and why it's hard facing fast bowling

Andrew McGlashan

Shaves, stoppages, sprees

Aug 4, 2008: A cricketer has his house damaged by a jealous husband, Bollywood calls for Asif, and Pakistan' captain has a close shave - in public

Kanishkaa Balachandran

Roots, rollerskates and Miss England

Jul 29, 2008: Cricket meets hip-hop, Colly can still smile, and Broad drops a stunner

Will Luke

Girls gone wild, girls on guard duty

Jul 21, 2008: Napier gets a call from Elton John, Queensland players get PlayStations, and a chauvinist gets put in his place

Ashok Ganguly

Losing fizz, and a footballing whizz

Jul 14, 2008: A falling idol, a new career for Sourav, and the lowest women's ODI total ever

Jenny Roesler

KP mingles with commoners, Tendulkar with royalty

Jul 7, 2008: Pietersen plays village cricket, Shane Warne plays poker, and Sachin watches tennis and F1 in England

George Binoy

Monty digs chick flicks

Jun 30, 2008: Panesar's admission, Border's baggy, Ramps' outburst, and more

Jamie Alter

Cricket caskets and Caddick the kid

Jun 23, 2008: Colourful coffins, the world's oldest young cricketer, Warne the untrustworthy and a starring role for Wasim

Brydon Coverdale

Grace's mohican and Luton's white knight

Jun 16, 2008: Reinventing WG, Panesar's plans for Luton Town FC, another triumph for Ponting, and some support for Samuels

Siddarth Ravindran

High-tech pants, magic bands, and Binga's undies

Jun 9, 2008: Dhoni gets a Swiss invite, Kapil goes missing, and politicians aren't impressed with the IPL

Kanishkaa Balachandran

Now in a textbook near you

Jun 2, 2008: Learning about the IPL, a wedding party with added celebrations, and a survey to measure the noise of cricket bat on ball

Nishi Narayanan

It's a knockout

May 26, 2008: Caravans stop play and play stops pigeon

Jenny Roesler

All white

May 19, 2008: England's new kit, CMJ's corpsing fit, and a laidback bowling machine

Will Luke

Trouble brews for Misbah

May 12, 2008: The perils of endorsing whisky, a question of coffee at Chelmsford, and a visit from the Great Khali

George Binoy

Bedlam in the IPL Goliath

May 4, 2008: Babes go back, Harbhajan gets deframed, and Vettori hopes for peace and goodwill

Jamie Alter

Curtly's comeback and a new cap

Apr 28, 2008: Amby's back, leaders wear orange, and no sixes please

Andrew McGlashan

Tool by the pool and no more wool

Apr 21, 2008: The resplendent Knight Riders, a different kind of kit, and the wrong Mo Yo

Brydon Coverdale

Hair today, gone yesterday

Apr 14, 2008: Bollinger gets hirsute, South African WAGs eye Bollywood, and English umpires get their own beer

Kanishkaa Balachandran

My curry for Shoaib

Apr 7, 2008: Shoaib gets some meaty support, unwholesome entertainment at the ICL, and more on the engagement of the season

Nishi Narayanan
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