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Six Pakistani collapses, one story

Dec 3, 2016: Poor shots, hilarious run-outs, making decent bowling look terrifying, and losing all ten for less than hundred: a look at the team's meltdowns this year

Ahmer Naqvi

Twitter round-up

'What day is it? Where am I?'

Nov 25, 2016: Disorientation, coffee consumption, airline travel, bespoke cakes - it can only be a Twitter round-up

Alex Bowden

The two big mistakes that led to Durham's demise

Nov 21, 2016: How the county turned from a feel-good story into a failed experiment

Tim Wigmore

Kenya seek to rise from the ashes of their implosion

Nov 18, 2016: Attempts have been made to develop youth cricket in the country, but corruption remains a huge challenge

Tim Wigmore

A blind love for cricket

Nov 18, 2016: Visually impaired commentator Dean du Plessis talks about how he fell for the game, his phone conversations with Dave Houghton, and life behind the microphone

Dean du Plessis

Twitter round-up

'I am watching so better make it worthwhile'

Nov 11, 2016: Virat Kohli turns stalker in our Twitter round-up

Alex Bowden

How do you prepare new teams for Test cricket?

Nov 9, 2016: A strong first-class programme, A-team tours, more matches against Full Members, and more ICC funding will help teams like Ireland and Afghanistan make a better transition than Bangladesh did

Tim Wigmore

'For me, it's about spending time at the crease'

Nov 2, 2016: New Zealand opener Tom Latham talks about batting in India, being unlike his dad, and how he changed his one-day game around

Arun Venugopal

Games within a game?

Nov 2, 2016: Farcical bowling, the helmet fielder, chess interruptions, batting for pints - ten instances of when matches weren't cricket

Ed Kemp

Twitter round-up

'I've been dropped for my 59-year-old dad again!'

Oct 28, 2016: Selection hijinks, franchise movies, air travel, and more coffee than you can shake a stick at

Alex Bowden

Keshav Maharaj lives his father's dream

Oct 27, 2016: This son of an apartheid-era wicketkeeper is the sort of spinner South Africa have been looking for for a long time

Firdose Moonda

How do batsmen cope with the intensity of their lonely skill?

Oct 26, 2016: Digging the pitch, repetitive body movements, talking to themselves, superstitious behaviour, visualisation - different ways that batsmen deal with the pressure of their profession

Michael Bond

Rossouw comes in from the cold with eye on summer Tests

Oct 24, 2016: A thoughtless remark nearly derailed the South African batsman's career before it began. And then he got five ducks

Firdose Moonda

I played a great

Something to remember me by, son

Oct 20, 2016: Former Essex fast bowler Don Topley on playing against his son Reece

Don Topley

American football's in the UK. Where's cricket in the USA?

Oct 19, 2016: The NFL has taken a long-term approach to expanding its base from North America. Cricket's globalisation plans are still to click

Tim Wigmore

The Faf advantage

Oct 17, 2016: Why du Plessis is better placed to captain South Africa than AB de Villiers

Firdose Moonda

Twitter round-up

'Reading some horror stories about social media'

Oct 15, 2016: But it's all rosy and cosy in our Twitter round-up

Alex Bowden

I played a great

When Lawry went long

Oct 9, 2016: How the Phantom's unbeaten 282 in a Melbourne club final made a mockery of the opposition's declaration

Wayne Robinson

'I don't think Bangladesh play enough cricket'

Oct 6, 2016: Former England batsman Mal Loye recalls his time coaching in Dhaka, and looks at Bangladesh's recent form

Tim Wigmore

Hit and run

Oct 5, 2016: The evolution of running between the wickets

Crispin Andrews
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