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The briefing

Will Arjuna Ranatunga become Sri Lanka's next president?

Aug 1, 2018: There's politics, ire and Yorkshire in the July edition of the Briefing

Andrew Fidel Fernando

The briefing

How Australia made a fresh start and Shastri became a rapper

Jul 2, 2018: All the news you missed in June, and some stuff you wished you'd forgotten - it's all in the Briefing

Andrew Fidel Fernando

How can the IPL become a global sports giant?

Jun 28, 2018: If it has to compete with leagues like the NFL, NBA and Premier League football, it needs to expand in India and abroad

Tim Wigmore

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Will playing Bangladesh bankrupt you?

Jun 2, 2018: And can NASA fix Virat Kohli? We seek answers in our recap of everything that went down in the world of cricket in May

Andrew Fidel Fernando

From Bogra to Brisbane: the Bangladeshi women expanding their country's horizons

May 2, 2018: Rumana Ahmed and Khadija Tul Kubra want to use their WBBL experience to raise the profile of the women's game back home

Annesha Ghosh

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Cricket in the time of idiots

May 1, 2018: Why the ECB's 100-ball proposal is awful. Or great. Or wotevz. Plus more about Fawad Alam than you probably cared to know

Andrew Fidel Fernando

How Mahmudullah became Bangladesh's big hitter

Apr 5, 2018: Asked to take on the role of a T20 finisher, he transformed his game and his team's performances with it

Mohammad Isam

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Near-fisticuffs, hackings, underwear shenanigans, broken glass

Apr 5, 2018: March had more rubbishy action than a Steven Seagal starrer. And it all ended in tears

Andrew Fidel Fernando

The Indian girl who became the leader of the USA

Apr 1, 2018: Shebani Bhaskar has played cricket all over the world. Now she's leading the United States in their biggest challenge to date

Aishwarya Kumar

Make a ton, get a tree

Mar 21, 2018: At the Wynberg Boys' High School ground in Cape Town, a lot of the greenery has basmen's names on it

Luke Alfred

The giggly boy wonder from Sauraha

Mar 5, 2018: In a short time, Nepal's 17-year-old legspinner Sandeep Lamichhane has become an internationally recognised name in the game, but the fame and fortune hasn't swayed him one bit

Peter Della Penna

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How much dying can Test cricket do?

Mar 1, 2018: Plenty, and then some more, as we found out in February

Andrew Fidel Fernando

'It was like driving a Rolls-Royce one day and sleeping on the pavement the next'

Feb 27, 2018: Sourav Ganguly talks about making the decision to retire in this extract from his new book

Sourav Ganguly

'Every time I enter the field, it's like: Smriti, you have to score'

Feb 3, 2018: India opener Smriti Mandhana talks about changing her batting technique, and what she expects from herself in South Africa

Annesha Ghosh

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What the hell is going on with India?

Feb 1, 2018: Disturbing behaviour was exhibited by many in cricket in January. Except Pakistan, who were just their usual weird selves

Andrew Fidel Fernando

Immy's crowd

Jan 5, 2018: Sanjay Manjrekar looks back at his encounters with Imran Khan and the side he led, and the Sharjah matches of the '90s

Sanjay Manjrekar

'Game probably 36 hours too soon for the pitch'

Dec 26, 2017: Greg Chappell recalls the events of the Centenary Test, played 40 years ago at the MCG

Daniel Brettig

Will Meghalaya make it back into Indian cricket's mainstream?

Dec 25, 2017: Football reigns supreme in the north-east, but cricket is slowly returning to the main stage

Sharda Ugra

'Want to make the BBL the No. 1 sports league in Australia'

Dec 17, 2017: Kim McConnie, the new head of the Big Bash, talks about how the league has its eyes on becoming the biggest game in town

Tim Wigmore

How the yo-yo test became a selection standard

Dec 5, 2017: Running between two cones: how hard can it be?

Nagraj Gollapudi
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