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Life after the doosra

May 18, 2009: Practically one bad ball short of ending his career, Johan Botha does not really miss the most controversial delivery of recent times

Telford Vice

The art of Vaughan

Apr 24, 2009: The former England captain's new project involves hitting a paint-coated ball onto canvas

Andrew Miller

ICC World Cup Qualifiers 2009

The refugees arrive

Apr 18, 2009: Cricket has acted as a vehicle for good in a country not used to celebrating

Will Luke

'We have all had to grow up'

Apr 15, 2009: The cricketing victims of the Lahore attack take their first steps to returning to the game and life as usual

Alex Brown

Last man standing

Apr 10, 2009: Can Australia's captain rebuild an empire ravaged by age and retirement?

John Stern

Fifteen months across the world with Afghanistan

Apr 8, 2009: Early last year a documentary crew began following Afghanistan - in team buses and through hotels, from Jersey to Dar-es-Salaam - on their quest to qualify for the World Cup. They're still on the trail

Leslie Knott

The case of the brittle Kiwi

Mar 29, 2009: Why does New Zealand produce so many fast bowlers who promise the moon and then break down with injury and vanish off the scene?

Sidharth Monga

Conspiracy, cock-up and class war

Mar 26, 2009: The fall-out between Kevin Pietersen and Peter Moores might have seemed like a new low for English cricket but it was merely par for the course

Simon Wilde

You go, girls

Mar 25, 2009: The women's game is more marketable than ever in the wake of England's World Cup win

Andrew Miller

Women's World Cup 2009

King of swing falls for the girls

Mar 24, 2009: Wasim Akram is in Australia to commentate on the Women's World Cup and now he knows all about the top women and their rankings

Jenny Roesler

World Cup memories: 2005

Almost famous

Mar 14, 2009: Cricinfo asked former and current women players for their lasting memories from each of the eight World Cups so far. Mithali Raj, the former India captain, revisits the last tournament

World Cup memories: 2000

Winning the cup, losing a cap

Mar 13, 2009: Haidee Tiffen looks back at the 2000 women's World Cup

World Cup memories: 1997

A litany of woe

Mar 11, 2009: Anjum Chopra looks back at the sixth women's World Cup

Where have all the dibbly-dobblies gone?

Mar 10, 2009: New Zealand's slow-medium men ruled ODI bowling in the nineties, but their time seems to have passed

Sidharth Monga

World Cup memories: 1993

Watching, listening, sleeping

Mar 10, 2009: Cathryn Fitzpatrick looks back at the fifth women's World Cup

World Cup memories: 1988

Like watching paint dry

Mar 8, 2009: Cricinfo asked former and current women players for their lasting memories from each of the eight World Cups so far. Janette Brittin, the former England batsman, remembers an eminently forgettable game from the fourth tournament

World Cup memories: 1982

Break a leg

Mar 7, 2009: The women have played eight World Cups so far and Cricinfo asked former and current players what their lasting memories from each tournaments was

World Cup memories: 1978

'Our laundry laid out to dry on the rocks'

Mar 5, 2009: The women have played eight World Cups so far and Cricinfo asked former and current players what their lasting memories from each tournaments was

Shootout in Lahore

'I felt a bullet fizz past my ear'

Mar 4, 2009: When you have been through what we have experienced, when you have been targeted by terrorists yourself and been so fortunate to escape, it changes your thinking

Kumar Sangakkara

World Cup memories: 1973

Winning it in front of a Royal

Mar 4, 2009: Rachael Heyhoe-Flint, England's captain from the inaugural World Cup, shares her enduring memories from tournament

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Crunch time for Sehwag and Gambhir

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England's Pietersen folly

They were making good progress in building a world-class side, but not getting rid of Kevin Pietersen after the texting saga in 2012 cost them greatly

The world record that nearly wasn't

Twenty years ago this week, Brian Lara became Test cricket's highest scorer, but he almost didn't make it

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Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara go over their World T20 win, and feel grateful to have fans whose support remains unwavering in victory and defeat

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