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An expat's game, but made in China

Mar 30, 2013: Cricket administrators in the world's most populous country are focused on drawing as many locals into the fray as possible

Jon Newton

Mohammad Irfan's to-do list

Mar 27, 2013: He's got the height and the bounce, but staying on the park may prove to be a challenge he'll need to work on through his career

Firdose Moonda

Cricket's elusive Shangri-La

Mar 26, 2013: The possibility of China playing international cricket has excited fans, administrators and marketers, but they're not quite there yet

Jon Newton

Way Back When

Runs in the family

Mar 16, 2013: Hamish Rutherford's memorable debut takes the mind back to his father's, and those from other cricketing dynasties in New Zealand

Steven Lynch

'If we make it out alive, we'll play for New Zealand'

Mar 13, 2013: New Zealand's Murray Parker looks back to the night, 45 years ago, when he and his Otago University team-mates nearly met a watery end

Andrew McGlashan

The Anderson report

Mar 11, 2013: England's spearhead looks back at his ten years in international cricket

Jo Harman

A captain's homecoming

Mar 5, 2013: This week Brendon McCullum will lead his country's team in the town where he grew up

Andrew McGlashan in Dunedin

'When I help a rhino, I get the feeling I did when playing for my country'

Mar 3, 2013: Moving on from the eye injury that ended his cricket career, Mark Boucher is now devoting his time to protecting endangered animals

Firdose Moonda

Does cricket have a place in the Olympics?

Mar 2, 2013: There's plenty to be gained, but there's the knotty problem of feasibility

Tim Wigmore

Australia in India 2012-13

'You have no idea what you're doing here'

Mar 1, 2013: Like other Australian spinners in India, Gavin Robertson finished his tour with a good idea of how to bowl there. Somehow the lessons keep getting lost

Daniel Brettig

Way back when

Where's the love for Davo?

Mar 1, 2013: A certain Australian allrounder seems to get unfairly overlooked when talk turns to the greatest of that breed

Steven Lynch

Australian cricket's simmering melting pot

Feb 27, 2013: The recent success of Moises Henriques and other cricketers from minority communities bodes well for the game Down Under

Adam Cooper

Three to tango

Feb 26, 2013: A look at New Zealand's potential debutants in the series against England

Andrew Alderson

The refugee who became a star

Feb 19, 2013: Mohammad Shahzad was born in a refugee camp in Peshawar; now he's Afghanistan's leading batsman

Umar Farooq

The blade maketh the man

Feb 18, 2013: What batsmen want out of their bats has changed over the years - but not so much that they are any less finicky than their predecessors

Paul Edwards

'I can take away the game in a snap'

Feb 17, 2013: The most powerful batsman in women's cricket opens up on her aggression, her ego, and her idol

Abhishek Purohit

'We wanted blokes who looked like they'd stood in slips for a long time'

Feb 13, 2013: Australian actor and writer Brendan Cowell talks about making films on WSC and club cricket

Interview by Daniel Brettig

Way back when

The youngest veteran in town

Feb 7, 2013: What does it take to be counted as an old-timer these days? Not much, it would seem

Steven Lynch

Diverse city, static cricket

Feb 7, 2013: Leicestershire has a big Asian-origin community, but you wouldn't know that if you saw its county team

Tim Wigmore

No strain, plenty of gain

Feb 5, 2013: The career of Bruce Reid, a cautionary tale in Australian cricket, has not been forgotten by those seeking to preserve the latest crop of young fast men

Daniel Brettig
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