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Way back when

Greig, Packer, and World Series tea

Jan 14, 2013: Back in 1977, this correspondent was at the inception of World Series Cricket. (Sort of)

Steven Lynch

Fergie's wagon wheel

Dec 22, 2012: Those familiar diagrams date back to a hundred years ago, when an Australian clerk turned scorer created the first of them

Ashley Mallett

South Africa v New Zealand, 1st T20I, Durban

Settled Davids makes late run

Dec 20, 2012: At 32, Henry Davids is on the verge of fulfilling his father's dream for him to play for South Africa

Firdose Moonda

Way back when

In Surrey's service

Dec 12, 2012: He may have played just four Tests but Robin Jackman was an ever-present stalwart for his county through the 1970s

Steven Lynch

Way back when

Sydney's forgotten hero

Dec 2, 2012: Reggie Duff was the first No. 10 batsman to score a century on Test debut, but the rest of his career and his life didn't quite match that glittering start

Steven Lynch

The making of Chandimal

Nov 17, 2012: The young Sri Lankan batsman isn't intimidated by the toughest opposition, or shy about pursuing personal goals

Andrew Fernando

Mushfiq's year in office

Sep 20, 2012: Bangladesh's current captain took over at a tough time for the team and himself, and has managed to pull it off

Mohammad Isam

Mitchell Marsh's growing pains

Aug 15, 2012: After becoming a premature role model, he seemed well on his way to losing the plot, like his brother Shaun, but a wake-up call has come at the right time

Daniel Brettig

India's diary-writing, dictionary-wielding captain

Aug 9, 2012: Unmukt Chand, who is leading India's U-19 side to the World Cup, is not quite your everyday up-and-coming cricketer

George Binoy

Meet Geoff Allardice

Aug 2, 2012: The ICC's new general manager of cricket may not have as impressive a playing resume as his predecessor, Dave Richardson, but if his work with Cricket Australia is anything to go by, he's the right man for the job

Brydon Coverdale

Richardson ticks all the boxes

Jul 10, 2012: Players, former ICC CEOs and other colleagues agree Dave Richardson has what it takes to guide cricket's governing body through tough times

Nagraj Gollapudi

Teenage nightmare

Jun 28, 2012: Pat Cummins' hero is Shane Warne and, on the evidence of a startling rise to the Australian team, his talent is almost as singular

Daniel Brettig

Umesh Yadav

The fast track from Khaparkheda

Jun 8, 2012: The first Test cricketer Vidarbha has produced doesn't merely bowl quick - he got to the big time in a hurry too

Abhishek Purohit

Derbyshire's great Dane

Jun 7, 2012: In the 1980s, a young fast bowler from Denmark set out to play cricket for an English county. He was fierce, disciplined, popular, and lived to regret bouncing Sylvester Clarke

Scott Oliver

What, me slog?

May 29, 2012: One of the successes of the IPL this year has been Ajinkya Rahane, a batsman who's the opposite of a six-a-minute swashbuckler

Abhishek Purohit

The mysterious Mr Narine

May 26, 2012: Bought as a rookie for an eye-popping fee to play in the IPL, Sunil Narine and his knuckle ball have delivered for the Kolkata Knight Riders. Next up? Watch out, Test cricket

Nagraj Gollapudi

Faf comes out of AB's shadow

May 24, 2012: He grew up being outdone by AB de Villiers, but now Faf du Plessis has made a name for himself with his limited-overs exploits and has his eyes on the five-day game

Firdose Moonda

'The harder the battle, the sweeter the victory'

May 18, 2012: Century on Test debut or not, Kirk Edwards knows it doesn't come easy at the highest level

Nagraj Gollapudi

What makes Moores tick

May 9, 2012: The Championship-winning Lancashire coach is always upbeat, full of ideas, forever analysing, in love with the nitty gritty of his job

Tanya Aldred

Neil Wagner's three-step plan

Apr 26, 2012: New Zealand's hot new pick is a South African who moved continents twice to realise his cricket dream

Firdose Moonda
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    No. 9 debut centurions, and lots of new blood

Ask Steven: Also: players dismissed on the same score in both innings, oldest T20 players, and longest unbroken spells

The tale of Samson

The Cricket Monthly: Only 20 and yet to make his India debut, Sanju Samson is already a poster boy for the IPL generation. By Karthik Krishnaswamy
TCM May issue

What England have learned (and what they ought to have)

Andy Zaltzman: A comprehensive Barbados review, with nuggets of statistical splendidness

The beast that is batting

Jon Hotten: Even for those blessed with great skill, it is a hard, unforgiving craft - as Jonathan Trott will be able to testify

What might Gehan Mendis have been?

Janaka Malwatta: An attacking opening batsman in the county circuit, he could have played for Sri Lanka or England but finished without an international cap

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Representing India and his father

Sarfaraz Khan is one of India's most talented young allrounders but is he being pushed to live his father's dream?

Birthday hundreds, and the fastest to 2000 Test runs

Also, the best averages with hundred-plus Test wickets, and back-to-back ODI centuries by Bangladesh batsmen

Trott suffers moment of defeat

This was Jonathan Trott's lowest moment. The moment when the truth could no longer be concealed. The moment when hope vanished for his international future

The legspinner who never bowled

Greg Loveridge broke a knuckle in his first Test for New Zealand and never played another five-dayer. He's now among the country's wealthiest people

Bangladesh's best partnership in Test cricket

Stats highlights from the fourth day of the Khulna Test between Bangladesh and Pakistan

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