Apr 8, 2006: At the start of the 1986 season David Gower was captain of England, but he was hanging on by his fingernails
Mar 18, 2006: Of all the daft innovations thrown at the County Championship, the decision to limit matches to two days in 1919 ranks as one of the worst
Mar 11, 2006: Martin Williamson looks back on the world's first floodlit match ... and it took place more than 50 years ago at Arsenal
Mar 4, 2006: Martin Williamson looks back on the setting of one of cricket's most enduring records, that of throwing the cricket ball, way back in 1882
Feb 18, 2006: Martin Williamson looks back to New Zealand v West Indies in 1979-80, one of the most acrimonious series of all time
Feb 11, 2006: Martin Williamson on some odd goings on at Harrogate
Feb 4, 2006: Martin Williamson on Garry Sobers's big mistake when he played cricket in Rhodesia
Jan 28, 2006: Martin Williamson on WG Grace's bitter row with Gloucestershire and his move to form London County CC
Jan 21, 2006: Martin Williamson on the debt owed by England's cricketers to James Seymour, who played more than 500 times for Kent between 1900 and 1926, and was part of their great pre-war side
Jan 14, 2006: Martin Williamson looks back at the infamous Tiger Moth fly-by which landed David Gower and John Morris in hot water
Dec 31, 2005: Martin Williamson looks back at Andy Ganteaume, who made a hundred on his Test debut ... and never played again
Dec 24, 2005: Martin Williamson looks back at a three-over farce on Christmas Day at Indore
Dec 17, 2005: Martin Williamson looks back the highest score by a schoolboy in England
Dec 9, 2005: Martin Williamson traces the history of one of the games most enduring pieces of art
Dec 3, 2005: "The good years started as the result of a brawl. They ended with another fight"
Nov 26, 2005: Martin Williamson looks back at what was probably the most acrimonious Test of all time
Nov 19, 2005: Bramall Lane, Sheffield, for over a century the heart of Yorkshire cricket, stages its last county match this month
Nov 12, 2005: When the covering at Lord's left Pakistan fuming
Nov 5, 2005: When a prank which saw a Pakistani umpire drenched with a bucket of water had far more serious consequences
Oct 29, 2005: Ask anyone about controversial England tours to Pakistan, and 1987-88 or 1968-69 are the most likely to spring to mind. But sandwiched in between those two was a series which was, in its own way, almost as miserable as the others
Jon Hotten: Why not let captains decide what batting or bowling first is worth and use runs to buy the advantage?
Numbers Game: Since 2009, teams batting first have a win-loss ratio which is 61% higher than it was between 2000 and 2008
ICC CEO David Richardson speaks about the need for context in bilateral cricket, and the creation of qualifying leagues
What sets Dale Steyn apart from the rest of the 400-club? His phenomenal strike rate
Business as usual? Yes, but this year's tournament had other stories too - not all of them positive. By Colin Benjamin
Papua New Guinea's attractive team kit at the World T20 Qualifier, cool cap included, caught our attention. What's your favourite of them all?
On Sunday, Tillakaratne Dilshan became the 11th batsman to score 10,000-plus ODI runs. Here are the key numbers from his ODI career
Former Australia fast bowler Damien Fleming on bowling in thrilling World Cup semi-finals, mastering the subcontinent, and taking on Tendulkar
The failure of anyone other than Chris Rogers to cope with the conditions at Edgbaston was another worrying sign of Australian fallibility abroad
Quite a few of England's players over the years have been born outside England. Do you know where?
Australia's selectors and management have been accused of being too harsh on Brad Haddin but the team's horrible display at Edgbaston suggests that they may actually have been too lenient, and not just on him
Since the beginning of 2012, Ian Bell averages 34.69 when batting in the top six; among regular top-order batsmen, only Shane Watson has a lower average
What makes this innocuous-seeming bowler so difficult to handle?
Death of a Gentleman exposes how neo-liberal economics threatens the game, while also hinting at worse lying beneath the surface, leaving you feeling disillusioned and angry
Should he be dropped from the one-day squad to Zimbabwe, it will be the latest chapter in the wicketkeeper's strained relations with the authorities in particular