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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

English cricket's Asian challenge

Feb 5, 2013: Harnessing the interest of the UK's population of enthusiastic expats from the Indian subcontinent is going to be important to the future of the English game

David Hopps

Henry Williams' homecoming

Jan 17, 2013: Remembered for his part in the match-fixing scandal, the former South Africa bowler now mentors young cricketers and rears racing pigeons

Firdose Moonda

Kolkata's octogenarian 'gardener'

Jan 13, 2013: The Eden Gardens curator is a fiercely proud custodian of his turf - as MS Dhoni and his team found out recently

Siddhartha Talya

The Kleinveldt generations

Jan 10, 2013: A Cape Town veteran talks about seeing his son and nephew flourish by grabbing opportunities that were denied to him

Firdose Moonda

Melbourne's Sri Lankan connection

Dec 24, 2012: Asanka Gurusinha and Ravi Ratnayeke might be the most famous of them, but there are more than a dozen other former Sri Lankan cricketers who now call the city home

Brydon Coverdale

Are overseas players worth the bother for counties?

Dec 23, 2012: They are, if teams know where to look and can work their way around the international schedule

Tim Wigmore

No sight, no problem

Dec 20, 2012: They have a long way to go before they can pursue cricket as a vocation, but the world's blind cricketers are trying to get there

Nikita Bastian

'There was a golf ball coming out my cheek'

Dec 19, 2012: In 2007, Craig Cumming had his face rearranged by a Dale Steyn short ball. He looks back at the incident that more or less ended his international career

Firdose Moonda

Knott in winter

Dec 17, 2012: Possibly the world's finest wicketkeeper ever now spends his days far from the game in Cyprus

Ivo Tennant

New Zealand in South Africa 2012-13

Meet the studious, stats man

Dec 12, 2012: South Africa's new Twenty20 coach Russell Domingo deals with tactics and stats, and seems to be an ideal foil for Gary Kirsten's coaching technique

Firdose Moonda

Coetzee's cricket connections

Dec 10, 2012: The great South African author has had a fair bit to do with the game

Firdose Moonda

'For a small guy, he carried so much power'

Dec 3, 2012: Ricky Ponting exhausted and exasperated many a bowler during his career. Four of them look back at their battles with him

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

Freddie fights the dying of the limelight

Dec 1, 2012: Andrew Flintoff won his debut boxing bout and left the ring with body, mind and dignity intact. He doesn't need to do it again

Tanya Aldred

'Everything inside me didn't want to give it away'

Nov 30, 2012: It was a decision he took seven years ago that brought Faf du Plessis the heroic status he enjoys in South Africa today

Firdose Moonda

Gabba intent, and Ashes aura

Nov 30, 2012: ESPNcricinfo writers' favourite Ricky Ponting moments

England in India 2012-13

From Wantage to Wankhede

Nov 28, 2012: Panesar and Swann's success in Mumbai revived memories of their first outing together, for Northamptonshire a decade ago

Alan Gardner

Classic cricket books aren't all ancient

Nov 24, 2012: The best cricket writing didn't end with Fingleton, Arlott and CLR James. Today's writers have tackled difficult topics the old masters couldn't

Suresh Menon

Fawad Ahmed's hard road to acceptance

Nov 19, 2012: The Pakistan-born legspinner Fawad Ahmed has been granted asylum in Australia. That could be just the beginning of his cricketing journey

Firdose Moonda
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