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At home with the archers

Aug 4, 2012: Was it worth having Olympic athletes walking all over the sacred turf of Lord's a fortnight before the ground's biggest cricket event of the year? The jury's still out

Liam Herringshaw

Schools give South Africa the edge

Jul 31, 2012: Higher standards in grassroots cricket, and warmer weather, are two vital advantages South Africa has over England

Will Hawkes

In Dolly's footsteps

Jul 30, 2012: Chips off the old block, Basil D'Oliveira's son Damian and grandson Brett have made it three generations of the family that have played for Worcestershire

Firdose Moonda

How Rajshahi got their groove on

Jul 28, 2012: For the last four years, Bangladesh's first-class tournament has been won by a side not from Chittagong or Dhaka

Mohammad Isam

South Africa in England: Great Performances

James Kirtley's ecstasy and agony

Jul 27, 2012: For one Test in the summer of 2003 against South Africa, he was golden. Then everything went pear-shaped

Tanya Aldred

London Olympics 2012

Citius, Altius... Maximus

Jul 22, 2012: In a year when London hosts the Olympics, we look at first-class cricketers who represented Great Britain in the Games

Martin Williamson

The Takashinga way

Jul 22, 2012: The commitment of its players and coaches is helping the Zimbabwe club that produced several national players find its feet again

Liam Brickhill

If you build it, they might come

Jul 21, 2012: Hambantota's shiny new stadium may have been built at great cost but getting to it and finding accommodation in the vicinity is a struggle for the fans

Kanishkaa Balachandran

The big one double oh

Jul 19, 2012: Hundredth Tests used to be no great shakes; they then became all the rage, and now they're back to being ho-hum again

Sidharth Monga

South Africa in England: Great Performances

Nightwatchman? No thanks

Jul 18, 2012: With South Africa in trouble and Flintoff looking menacing at Headingley in 2008, it was a fine time for Ashwell Prince to find himself at the top of his game

Firdose Moonda

South Africa in England: Great Performances

Rhino's breakthrough

Jul 16, 2012: England and South Africa went to Leeds in 1998 with the series square and one to play. Nice time for a local hero to make his presence felt

Nagraj Gollapudi

One-sixty in Singapore

Jul 14, 2012: There is a huge amount of interest in cricket in the city state, where the game has been around for over a century and a half. With some more funds, it could become a serious contender among ICC Associates

Richard Browne

'This tour could be the stuff of legend'

Jul 13, 2012: Former England and current South Africa bowling coach Allan Donald runs the rule over the bowling line-ups of both sides

Interview by George Dobell

South Africa in England: Great Performances

Ten at Lord's

Jul 11, 2012: A famous win for South Africa was doubly special for Makhaya Ntini, who became the first bowler from his country to take ten at the ground

Firdose Moonda

'I may have thought too much about the game but that's who I was'

Jul 9, 2012: For Rahul Dravid, analysing his cricket and working his weaknesses out methodically was a way of making up for his relative lack of conventional talent

ESPNcricinfo staff

'England should have people who want to win'

Jul 8, 2012: Paul Nixon liked to think he was pushing the boundary every time he played. And it hurt him when he found the management didn't appreciate his efforts

Jon Culley

Meet the agent

Jul 8, 2012: As more and more money flows into the game, managing players has taken on more importance than ever before

Firdose Moonda

'You need to want to stick it out when times are tough'

Jul 5, 2012: Now on his third Test tour of England as captain, Graeme Smith reflects on the achievements of 2003 and 2008

Firdose Moonda

South Africa in England: Great Performances

'Jonty Rhodes: not just a fielder'

Jul 3, 2012: At Lord's in 1998, he repaid the faith his captain placed in his batting with a match-winning hundred

Firdose Moonda

'We are known as the cricket capital of the USA'

Jul 1, 2012: The mayor of Lauderhill, which is hosting two T20s between West Indies and New Zealand, is a cricket fan. Who better as an evangelist for the game in America?

Peter Della Penna
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