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'Players have been challenged and have stood up well'

Jan 23, 2012: The recommendations of the Argus review are beginning to be put in place. Pat Howard, Cricket Australia's general manager, talks about achieving these goals

Interview by Daniel Brettig

'I never feared the ball'

Jan 23, 2012: At a time when batsmen the world over broke into a sweat at the thought of the West Indies' quicks, Graeme Wood relished the challenge

Sidharth Monga

'I want to play at least 80 Tests'

Jan 15, 2012: Suresh Raina may have made his name as a short-form specialist but it's the five-day game he wants to leave his mark on - question marks over technique or not

Nitin Sundar

India in Australia 2011-12

Shivlal Yadav returns to familiar battleground

Dec 25, 2011: Australia evokes memories both painful and sweet for India's manager on this tour

Sidharth Monga at the MCG

'I've always enjoyed having people a little scared of me'

Dec 25, 2011: It took a serious injury for Ravi Rampaul to understand his body and his bowling, and to come back stronger and more effective

Nitin Sundar

'I respect my wicket a hundred times more now'

Dec 24, 2011: No more just the T20 biffer, David Warner has made it to the big leagues, and he has made sure the mental and technical aspects of his game have kept pace

Daniel Brettig

'This is not the time to give up cricket'

Dec 24, 2011: From the highs of leading a team to the Ranji title and another to promotion, Amol Muzumdar finds himself no longer being the leading scorer in Ranji and having to prove himself before he can play first-class cricket again. Not that he's complaining

Tariq Engineer

'Scoring hundreds is the best feeling'

Dec 22, 2011: The Mumbai captain and Ranji record-holder looks back at his domestic career, playing maidan cricket, learning to score fast, the team's winning philosophy, and more

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Pattinson eyes his Melbourne chance

Dec 22, 2011: He's watched plenty of Boxing Day Tests; now he'll be looking to make history in one with a good hometown mate

Brydon Coverdale

'If you have T20 all the time, it will be damaged'

Dec 21, 2011: The former England captain talks about the different leagues he has played in, and how T20 has grown

Alex Malcolm

'Australia's aggression gets the best out of me'

Dec 20, 2011: Before he left for the series, VVS Laxman spoke about one of his favourite challenges - playing down under

Interview by Sidharth Monga

MS Dhoni

'I love being in the present'

Dec 17, 2011: The Indian captain talks about the emotional and pressure-laden World Cup win, switching off from the game, his future one-day plans, and more

Interview by Rajdeep Sardesai

'Forget the hundreds, just score runs'

Dec 13, 2011: Gautam Gambhir talks about coming to terms with the dip in his form, and looking forward to Australia

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Junaid Khan

'I want to play 100 Tests and 300 ODIs'

Dec 10, 2011: The Pakistan fast bowler took a risk by giving up his education early and focusing on cricket, but the move is already paying off

Interview by Umar Farooq

'When people trust you, you get more mileage out of them'

Dec 6, 2011: After two decades of managing South African and other teams, Goolam Rajah has called time. He talks about the highs, the lows, the time he batted in the nets, and more

Interview by Firdose Moonda

'Miss this opportunity and it'll put cricket back five years'

Dec 4, 2011: Greg Dyer, the players' association president, on the sort of changes needed in the board - at the state and national level

Interview by Daniel Brettig

'Money is important, but it's not the only thing'

Nov 24, 2011: Haroon Lorgat talks about the postponement of the Test Championship over commercial concerns, and why he didn't seek an extension to his tenure

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Can bat, can bowl, can start political party

Oct 31, 2011: Fifty-some years ago Clive Ryneveld led South Africa against Australia. Then he put a new spin on the term "allrounder"

Brydon Coverdale

'The progress of our black players is not representative'

Oct 31, 2011: Four former players and administrators discuss the state of South African cricket 20 years since unification

Interviews by Firdose Moonda

Mickey Arthur

'Each of Australia's quicks offers something different'

Oct 19, 2011: The former South Africa coach looks at how Australia's two-Test series against his former charges might pan out, and which fresh faces could steal the limelight

Interview by Brydon Coverdale
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On tour in the UK, Firdose Moonda witnesses a fine comeback, visits the country's oldest pub, and squeezes in some yoga lessons

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Who's next, as England attempt to solve batting woes?

England will need at least one new face in the batting line-up for the third Test against South Africa after Gary Ballance suffered a broken finger

Aye aye captain

Some familiar quibbles and feature deficiencies aside, Cricket Captain remains cricket's foremost management and simulation game

India respond to captain Raj's rallying call

India began their Women's World Cup campaign in Derby in style. On Saturday, they kept their tournament alive at the same venue with an even more heartening performance

Amla eases through gears past to inspire South Africa

He may have failed to reach the hundred that was his for the taking but there were shades of Hashim Amla's greatness on display at Trent Bridge

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Is the Universe Boss ready to hang up his boots? Not quite - poor year or not

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