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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

Len Maddocks counts his blessings

Apr 26, 2012: He may not have played with the Invincibles but Australia's second-oldest living Test cricketer has plenty to be grateful for

Brydon Coverdale

Ravensmead's record-breaker

Apr 9, 2012: Vernon Philander has the best returns from seven Tests in over a century. What's his secret? Hadlee-like consistency

Firdose Moonda

'I learned to retain my self-belief'

Apr 1, 2012: Last year he made his India debut at Old Trafford. Today Ajinkya Rahane is hoping to catch the selectors' attention once again. But setbacks don't worry him, they spur him on

Nagraj Gollapudi

'I bounce back strong'

Mar 6, 2012: He rattled Australia, Sri Lanka and India with pace and bounce but Chris Tremlett's England career has been stalled again

Alan Gardner

Marchant makes a mark

Feb 27, 2012: Four months ago de Lange was unheard of, but since then he has starred in a Test, shown steel in a final-over showdown, and landed himself an IPL contract

Firdose Moonda

Zimbabwe in New Zealand 2011-12

From SA to NZ: Kruger van Wyk chases Test dream

Jan 23, 2012: If Kruger van Wyk makes the XI for New Zealand in the Napier Test, it will complete a journey that started in Centurion and ended at Central Districts as he traversed continents to make his international debut

Firdose Moonda

Mpofu takes it slow

Sep 15, 2011: Thrown in at the deep end in the mid-2000s, Chris Mpofu nearly fell by the wayside, but now he's back, with a freshly minted offcutter, and ready to lead by example

Firdose Moonda

Safari guide's son set to begin four-day exploration

Sep 6, 2011: Duncan Allan is a ray of hope for a Kenya side that doesn't have too much to smile about

Peter Della Penna

Brian Vitori

Made for the main stage

Aug 23, 2011: When he made his impressive debut earlier this month, Brian Vitori looked like he came out of nowhere. His has been quite the journey, though

Firdose Moonda

At home with Marlon Samuels

Jun 27, 2011: Marlon Samuels talks about family, cricket, and getting his life back on track

Sriram Veera

Rod Bransgrove

Hampshire's knight in shining armour

Jun 16, 2011: Today the Rose Bowl's patrons are getting to watch the first Test at the venue thanks to a pharmaceuticals millionaire who put a lot of his own money into developing the Southampton stadium

Ivo Tennant

Lyon's green thumbs become green sprigs

Jun 3, 2011: Nathan Lyon's emergence from the Adelaide Oval groundstaff to join the ranks of young Australian spin bowlers is a tale drawn from another age

Daniel Brettig

'I realised I was on the wrong track'

May 27, 2011: Virat Kohli has learnt a lot about himself and his batting over the last year. Bigger challenges than the World Cup lie ahead, but there's little doubt he's ready for them all

Sharda Ugra

Albert van der Merwe

From Belville via Belfast

Mar 15, 2011: As a boy Albert van der Merwe watched South Africa return to international cricket, and dreamed of playing at Eden Gardens. Now he's living that dream - only not for the country he was born in

Firdose Moonda

Big fish in a small pond

Feb 25, 2011: Ryan ten Doeschate is Netherlands' star player by a distance. He may not be back at the World Cup again, but his best may be yet to come

Nagraj Gollapudi

Baboo's story

Jan 18, 2011: Ian Chappell thought Baboo Ebrahim better than any white spinner in South Africa. Given the opportunity, he could have played for the country, but his era was not a time for opportunity

Sidharth Monga

Tsotsobe steps up

Jan 15, 2011: Never mind the Ntini comparisons, Lonwabo Tsotsobe has not done badly for a bowler no one expected great things of

Firdose Moonda

N Srinivasan

The inscrutable ruler of an impenetrable empire

Oct 1, 2010: The president-elect of the BCCI is a man who has made his way to the top of the most powerful cricket board systematically. And silently

Sharda Ugra
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    Be alarmed, be very alarmed

Review: Death of a Gentleman exposes how neo-liberal economics threatens the game, leaving you feeling disillusioned and angry

The scouts

The Cricket Monthly: The IPL lasts two months, but through the year talent hunters are scouring India (and the internet) for the next big thing. By Niyantha Shekar
TCM July issue

    Time for Clarke to keep it simple

Ricky Ponting: The captain is at his best when getting on to the front foot. Against Broad his weight is now going backwards, which leaves him vulnerable

    Selection: the most underrated force in a team's fortunes

Ed Smith: Once the players are out on the pitch, they are on their own - which makes it important to get the right ones out there in the first place

What has changed for Pakistan under Azhar?

Maybe it really is a new dawn for their batting. Or is it? By Hassan Cheema

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Cricket in colour - What's your favourite team kit?

Papua New Guinea's attractive team kit at the World T20 Qualifier, cool cap included, caught our attention. What's your favourite of them all?

Why the Ashes is watchable and Indian cricket isn't

There is nothing stimulating in watching a television broadcast in which the players and commentators allow themselves to be remote-controlled by the BCCI

4391 runs after 35, and 2354 outside top five

On Sunday, Tillakaratne Dilshan became the 11th batsman to score 10,000-plus ODI runs. Here are the key numbers from his ODI career

'I always wanted to bowl the last over of an ODI'

Former Australia fast bowler Damien Fleming on bowling in thrilling World Cup semi-finals, mastering the subcontinent, and taking on Tendulkar

Fringe players looking to use A tour as springboard

The two four-day games against Australia A is a huge opportunity for the likes of Cheteshwar Pujara, Amit Mishra and Pragyan Ojha to get their careers back on track

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