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In quest of a durable cricket ball

Nov 25, 2015: As the Dukes cherry gains popularity for its hardiness, its makers are looking to spread to markets outside of England

Scott Oliver

Disunity threatens Zimbabwe players' prospects of a better future

Nov 19, 2015: They lost the chance to bargain with the board on equal footing in the matter of World Cup earnings, but they cannot ignore the need for a proactive players association

Tristan Holme

The non-believer who came to believe

Nov 18, 2015: Mitchell Johnson was prematurely washed up, written off, a has-been. Then he turned it all around and rocked the world

Jarrod Kimber

Life in slow motion

Nov 14, 2015: How the slower delivery came to become an essential weapon in every seamer's armoury

Jo Harman

The beast from Pretoria

Nov 14, 2015: When AB de Villiers is in his element, he monsters time, space and the laws of physics to further a craft in which he is already far ahead of the rest of the world

Jarrod Kimber

When Gooch tamed Pakistan

Nov 7, 2015: The England batsman's 142 in Karachi in 1987 was a lesson in mastering spin in the subcontinent

Rob Johnston

Jimmy Cook's short spell

Nov 4, 2015: He faced South Africa's first ball in international cricket on readmission and their first ball in a home Test soon after. Unfortunately, it didn't go much further

Sidharth Monga

The Brabourne's own gentlemen's club

Nov 2, 2015: The Porbunder All Rounder at the CCI in Mumbai is a throwback to old-school English-style clubs. But it's not only about cricket

Firdose Moonda

Build it in the desert and they'll come

Oct 31, 2015: Cricket in Sharjah has a long and colourful history, and the future doesn't look set to be much different

Andrew McGlashan

'When the team is losing, I want to be the catalyst for change'

Oct 24, 2015: Younis Khan talks about bouncing back from adversity, and the self-belief that has helped him overcome his limitations as a batsman

Rehan Ulhaq

One and Done

A hundred and sixty-three in Auckland

Oct 23, 2015: Rodney Redmond made a century and a fifty in his first Test, but he never played another

Brydon Coverdale

'Hopefully I can even inch towards 160kph'

Oct 22, 2015: The hugely talented Kagiso Rabada is enjoying life as an international fast bowler, and wants more and more of it

Nicholas Sadleir

South African cricket brimming with young prospects

Oct 16, 2015: Last year's World Cup-winning Under-19 squad is graduating to senior cricket, and the future looks good for most of them

Firdose Moonda

Twitter round-up

'Any advice on how you get a bat out of the house?'

Oct 16, 2015: Pests galore in our Twitter round-up

Alex Bowden

The man preparing Sri Lanka for life after Herath

Oct 12, 2015: There are no experienced spinners to replace the ageing spinner, but the country's spin-bowling academy is busy identifying younger alternatives

Sharda Ugra

Yasir threat looms for England

Oct 8, 2015: The fastest Pakistan bowler to 50 Test wickets is reviving the art of legspin and is expected to bamboozle batsmen, just like Ajmal and Rehman did three years ago in UAE

Andrew McGlashan

Twitter round-up

'My dates confirm to drink rum'

Oct 2, 2015: Is it time to imbibe? Check our Twitter round-up to see if the stars are aligned

Alex Bowden

Namibia's inconvenient truth

Oct 2, 2015: The country's failure to attract the majority black population to the game explains why the team rarely makes it to world tournaments

Tim Wigmore

The makeshift opener who batted and batted

Oct 1, 2015: Thrust into the job in Kanpur in 2004, Andrew Hall gave an underachieving South Africa side belief that they could wear India down at home

Luke Alfred

Dane Vilas ready for a starring role

Sep 25, 2015: The India tour gives the South African wicketkeeper another chance at sealing his spot in the national team

Firdose Moonda
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Ross Taylor treats himself

How Ross Taylor reconciled with New Zealand cricket and made the highest score by a visiting batsman in Australia

Buttler plunders England record books

Stats highlights from Dubai where Jos Buttler broke his own record for England's fastest ODI hundred

A six-ton Test, and Imran's prolific 30s

Plus: most runs in a Test by a New Zealander, and c&b by the same bowler twice in a Test

South Africa fall to record lows

Stats highlights from the second day's play in Nagpur, where South Africa collapsed to their lowest total since their return to Test cricket

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