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Auld, dreich, and thran

May 8, 2014: As England prepare to take on Scotland in an ODI in Aberdeen, a look at the rich history of cricket in and around Mannofield

Liam Herringshaw

English spin hits the rough

May 2, 2014: Last summer, England's strategy was to spin out Australia. Now, with Graeme Swann's retirement, it is proving a challenge to even identify one Test candidate for the role

Alan Gardner

The man who took on Srini

Apr 29, 2014: Aditya Verma used to stand outside the BCCI's offices, trying to get his case heard. These days he and his powerful friends are rather more of a nuisance for the board

Sidharth Monga

'I'll head in all guns blazing'

Apr 9, 2014: A mere three years after Tymal Mills was a stand-in for his mate's midweek village side, the left-armer from Essex is knocking on the doors of the national selectors

Alex Winter

The cricket ground that was a killing field

Apr 4, 2014: It has been 20 years since genocide ripped Rwanda apart. Now cricket is playing a small role in helping people move forward

Alan Gardner

Cricket's lot in the inner city

Apr 3, 2014: The England board's recently announced plans to revive old cricket grounds in urban areas was greeted with suspicion. Is the cynicism justified?

Jon Culley

Vinay Kumar

'I handle pressure better now'

Mar 25, 2014: Vinay Kumar talks about Karnataka's historic treble, how his bowling has improved, and his thoughts on making a comeback to the India side

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

George who?

Mar 14, 2014: He has been an Australian captain for more than two years but the ever-smiling George Bailey is yet to be fully embraced

Jarrod Kimber

Life savers

Mar 12, 2014: Ten cricket people who were heroes off the field: resuscitating spectators, donating blood, and stopping bullets

Alex Odell and Ross Armstrong

'He had a feel for the energy of the team'

Mar 7, 2014: Self-belief, presence and a feel for his players - Gary Kirsten on why Graeme Smith was a natural-born leader

As told to Nagraj Gollapudi

Working with Smithy

Mar 6, 2014: A one-time South Africa coach talks about his partnership with one of the toughest, most driven captains the country has had

Mickey Arthur

'He scored runs even when he wasn't playing well'

Mar 5, 2014: Jimmy Cook, who coached a young Graeme Smith, talks about the extreme focus, technique, and ability to chatter about the game non-stop that marked his protege

Sidharth Monga

From the backwaters to the big leagues

Feb 14, 2014: Many Indian players from small towns with little to no cricket facilities have made it big recently. One of them is India's Under-19 captain, Vijay Zol

Kanishkaa Balachandran

The literal art of cricket

Feb 3, 2014: Clarrie Grimmett, Arthur Mailey and Jack Russell were as evocative on canvas as they were skilled on the field

Ashley Mallett

South Africa's invincibles

Jan 30, 2014: The last time South Africa beat Australia at home was nearly 44 years ago. Four protagonists from the series remember those heady days

Firdose Moonda

Rajasthan's triangle of power, politics and personalities

Jan 14, 2014: Featuring a career cricket administrator, a former national minister, and Lalit Modi

Nagraj Gollapudi

Firdose Moonda

South Africa seek to fill Kallis-sized hole

Jan 13, 2014: A player of his magnitude cannot exactly be replaced, but South Africa have options to help them rejig their line-up

Firdose Moonda

West Indies in New Zealand 2013-14

Dynamite Corey

Jan 9, 2014: New Zealand's latest power hitter is only 23 but he has overcome a series of challenges, including debilitating injuries, to get this far

Andrew Alderson

Women's game grows under the glass ceiling

Jan 3, 2014: There has been a huge increase in the number of girls playing school and club cricket in England, but as they move up to the senior circuit, the supply line dries out

Alison Mitchell

When dad watched Sobers make 252

Dec 27, 2013: Watching Garry Sobers' famous innings for the World XI at the MCG was a near-religious experience for one part-time bartender

Jarrod Kimber
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Habibul Bashar talks about the team's early days, landmark wins, and the current squad

    Big-hearted, broad-shouldered Davo

Alan Davidson was a fine allrounder, who has spent his life serving Australian sport in various capacities. By Ashley Mallett

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Rob Steen: Who knew the Middle East would one day become the centre of a cricket-lover's universe?

A song called Younis

Ahmer Naqvi: For a country torn by internal strife, he offers hope with his magnanimity, humility and cheerful disposition

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Pakistan should not welcome Amir back

The serene team culture cultivated by Misbah and his men shouldn't be allowed to be disrupted by a player with a tainted past

November games need November prices

An early start to the international season, coupled with costly tickets, have kept the Australian public away from the cricket

The inherent dangers of batting

The sickening blow that struck Phillip Hughes is a reminder of the ever-present dangers associated with facing fast bowlers, even while wearing a helmet

Hope for Hughes, feel for Abbott

It is impossible to imagine how Sean Abbott must feel after sending down that bouncer to Phillip Hughes. While the cricket world hopes for Hughes' recovery, it should also ensure Abbott is supported

Dhawan's bouncer problem

Why the Indian opener would be well advised to shelve the hook and pull in Australia

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