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Way Back When

Stollmeyer's stories

Jun 8, 2013: West Indies' tour of India in 1948-49 may have produced four draws, but it also resulted in an interesting chronicle of cricket in that age

Steven Lynch

Turn back the clock

Jun 4, 2013: Revisiting the forgotten art of medium-pace spin, purveyed a century ago to extraordinary effect by Sydney Barnes

Amol Rajan

Ireland yearn for Test recognition

Jun 3, 2013: The top Associate team have big ambitions of playing five-day cricket, but without a clear pathway to the next level, their players are growing frustrated

Ger Siggins

'I want us to go into the 2015 World Cup ranked No. 8'

Jun 3, 2013: Andy Waller, Zimbabwe's new coach, aims to have his players become the fittest in international cricket in six months

Firdose Moonda

The man who stepped into Murali's shoes

May 30, 2013: Since Rangana Herath's Test return in 2009, he has steadily come to be as valuable to Sri Lanka as the man he replaced back then due to injury

Andrew Fidel Fernando

Champions Trophy 2013

Victorious in Dhaka

May 27, 2013: Revisiting the first Champions Trophy, South Africa's only major one-day triumph in a global event

Firdose Moonda

'We've got a good bowling attack for English conditions'

May 20, 2013: Mohammad Hafeez's resurgence, after three years in international wilderness, symbolises that of his team

Interview by Jo Harman

England's beating heart

May 14, 2013: Matt Prior is the fulcrum of the England dressing room today, and the protector of their spirit. But things weren't always this way

Sam Pilger

Cricket as complex narrative (or how KP loves himself)

May 9, 2013: A novelist argues that cricket is more character-revealing than character-building

Patrick Neate

South African cricket

Miller beginning to fulfill best-laid plans

May 7, 2013: The South African batsman was groomed for international sport from an early age and the returns on investment are beginning to come in

Firdose Moonda

The modest Super King

May 4, 2013: Meet Mohit Sharma, one of the biggest surprises in the first half of this IPL

Nagraj Gollapudi

Watching Warnie

May 2, 2013: Looking on as the world's greatest legspinner strutted his stuff was quite the education for a lesser-accomplished member of the breed

Steven Lynch

'I was too immature to understand what was happening in Zimbabwe cricket'

May 1, 2013: Mluleki Nkala was a talented fast bowler with a privileged cricket education who found himself stuck in the middle when the country's cricket plunged into crisis in 2004

Firdose Moonda

How to host an IPL match

Apr 30, 2013: Franchises have to fork out a lot of cash, take care of a ton of logistical issues, and keep all kinds of people happy during the season

Amrit Mathur

My dad and Trueman

Apr 29, 2013: Learning more about her father's boyhood hero helps a cricket writer understand her father better

Tanya Aldred

"I was ready to give up... I hated the game"

Apr 23, 2013: The death of a friend and team-mate made Surrey keeper Steven Davies wonder if he wanted to continue playing

Ed Kemp

IPL-onomics: where Indian players call the shots

Apr 22, 2013: Indian cricketers are the chief beneficiaries of the IPL's salary boom

Amrit Mathur

County cricket's commercial crusade for the 21st century

Apr 16, 2013: Every club is trying its best to stay afloat, selling real estate, hosting concerts, borrowing heavily, but is the model sustainable?

Chris Stonor

The coach who listens

Apr 12, 2013: Meet Geoffrey Toyana of the Lions, whose methods of achieving success aren't too different from those of the man in charge of the No. 1 Test side

Firdose Moonda

Cricket blooms after a war

Apr 12, 2013: Up in the north of Sri Lanka, through the decades of ethnic conflict, the fervour for the game has remained intact

Andrew Fidel Fernando
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