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Bridging the gap with the Super League

Aug 29, 2016: The inaugural WSL went a fair way towards providing England with a women's competition between county cricket and the international game

Raf Nicholson

I played a great

Captaining Border, drinking with Viv

Aug 28, 2016: What's it like to have Richards buy you birthday beers?

Michael Jeh

Are behavioural problems afflicting amateur cricket?

Aug 25, 2016: Increasing numbers of players, and officials, are disillusioned by the amount of verbal and physical violence in weekend games

Phil Walker

When little Dave Callaghan went big

Aug 22, 2016: The former South Africa allrounder is best remembered for his 169 in an ODI against New Zealand in 1994

Luke Alfred

I played a great

Lashed by Flower

Aug 21, 2016: The first of a new series in which club players talk about their encounters with the gods

Warren Thornton

Jersey v Guernsey: a rivalry older than the Ashes

Aug 20, 2016: Today marks the 155th anniversary of the cricket rivalry between the two Channel Islands, known as the Inter-Insular, which has had a passionate fan following for decades

Peter Della Penna

Boundary catching's giant leap

Aug 20, 2016: There was a time when teams hid their least athletic fielders by the rope. Today, that part of the field witnesses circus-level acrobatics, for which players train in earnest

Crispin Andrews

Twitter round-up

'Does anybody want six tyres?'

Aug 19, 2016: What do cricketers and commentators use Twitter for? Find out here

Alex Bowden

Play it again, Sam

Aug 14, 2016: Opener Sam Billings talks about how ambitious the limited-overs game has become, and how he's making sure he's in the reckoning for England selection

Jo Harman

'We play a boring brand of cricket here in South Africa'

Aug 11, 2016: With New Zealand touring South Africa, Kruger van Wyk, who made the journey in reverse and called New Zealand his home for nearly a decade, talks about his cricket experiences in the land he briefly adopted

Luke Alfred

Book extract: The Unquiet Ones

The solitary master

Aug 11, 2016: Loneliness was a theme not just of Hanif Mohammad's batting but also of his career and life

Osman Samiuddin

Zimbabwe's dry five

Aug 9, 2016: A dearth of fixtures, form and finances have caused them to flounder since their return from Test exile. And a bunch of premature retirements haven't helped

Firdose Moonda

Twitter round-up

'Just used hair gel as face moisturiser'

Aug 6, 2016: The latest from KP's world, and incorrect usage of aeroplane emojis dominate our Twitter round-up

Alex Bowden

Silken Aravinda, stoic Arjuna, and magical Mahela

Aug 4, 2016: With Sri Lanka set to begin their 250th Test in Galle, we look back at ten of their most gripping matches

Andrew Fidel Fernando

The value of the old dog

Aug 4, 2016: Senior players are important to the team, not only to act as calm heads in crisis situations but also to provide inspiration to younger talent

Crispin Andrews

'I've played for 12 years. Hopefully I have another four or so'

Aug 2, 2016: Vusi Sibanda is working as a commentator while he sits out of the Zimbabwe side. But he's optimistic that his playing career will soon be back on track

Firdose Moonda

'I'm learning how to be successful even when people know what you're doing'

Aug 2016: Jasprit Bumrah knows his unusual slingy action will lose its novelty soon, so he's focusing on adding to his repertoire while not losing accuracy

Nagraj Gollapudi

Can Williamson achieve greatness in captaincy?

Jul 25, 2016: If the New Zealander can carry forward the high standards he has set as a batsman into his leadership, he could finish as the country's finest cricketer

Firdose Moonda

'I'll always try and remain a player first and a captain second'

Jul 24, 2016: Heather Knight talks about taking over the England captaincy from Charlotte Edwards, charity work in Rwanda, and her early years

Henry Cowen

Twitter round-up

'About last night. Five magnums of Chocolate Block, 35 beers'

Jul 22, 2016: Wine is fine, eyebrows are thinned, and luggage is handled inefficiently in our Twitter round-up

Alex Bowden
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Azhar's 302 and 2, and the cheapest eight-for

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An Ashwin nightmare awaits Australia

They have traditionally struggled against good offspin bowling, and the Indian spinner can now be included among the best of his kind

Dhoni's 9000 runs: 244 innings, 10109 balls

Almost two-thirds of Dhoni's 9000 ODI runs have come as captain and all of them with the extra responsibility of keeping

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