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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

Ryder on the storm

Mar 1, 2009: New Zealand's wild child may finally be getting the method his madness needs

Sidharth Monga

Sans 'tache, plus cab

Feb 27, 2009: He used to partner Richard Hadlee for New Zealand; now Ewen Chatfield drives a taxi around Wellington

Sidharth Monga

Hard times in the big league

Feb 21, 2009: All is not rosy in the IPL as the effects of the global economic downturn begin to make their presence felt

Ajay S Shankar

Latif's labour of love

Feb 11, 2009: Rashid Latif's cricket academy, which has been close to a decade in the making, is an epitome of Karachi's unique cricket ethos

Osman Samiuddin

Cricket but not as we know it

Feb 6, 2009: A speculative look at what cricket's next decade has in store - from floodlit Tests to international teams in the IPL

Simon Wilde

Who after Hayden?

Jan 12, 2009: A look at the players in the reckoning to fill the impending vacancy at the top of Australia's order

Peter English

The rest is history

Dec 24, 2008: The upcoming Dhaka Test will be the first in seven years to have a rest day. A look at the passing of an international institution

Paul Coupar

Team India's double team

Dec 11, 2008: Dhoni and Kirsten have turned out to be just the partnership India needed at the helm

Ajay S Shankar

One city, three matches, one day

Dec 7, 2008: In winter Delhi often hosts multiple first-class matches at the same time. Can one fan watch them all? Our intrepid correspondent gives it a shot

Sidharth Monga

Ten ways to win in India

Dec 7, 2008: South Africa's coach has had a fair amount of success in Asia. He offers England ten tips for success in their Tests in India

Mickey Arthur
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