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Now isn't that something?

Jul 8, 2013: A look at the more unlikely coincidences in cricket

Steven Lynch

How much would you bid for them?

Jun 24, 2013: A fantasy T20 team of players who would have been stars of the format if they had played it

Steven Lynch

Vote for me and I'll bat for you

Jun 10, 2013: With Pakistan's new prime minister Nawaz Sharif being a former first-class cricketer and Imran Khan in the opposition, it's time for another look at cricketers with a passing interest in politics and politicians who were fans of the game

Steven Lynch

We'll be missing you

Jun 3, 2013: Could there have been a ninth team in the Champions Trophy, made up of some exciting players overlooked for different reasons?

Tim Wigmore

A Lord's credit roll

May 27, 2013: Men and women who lent character to cricket's HQ

Steven Lynch

Name-dropped by Wisden

May 13, 2013: People who have made unexpected appearances in the cricket bible

Steven Lynch

Who'd have thunk it?

Apr 29, 2013: Some Test series that didn't end up quite as they were expected to

Steven Lynch

That can't be legal

Apr 15, 2013: Cricketers who have - by accident or design - led to changes in the Laws

Steven Lynch

You shall not pass

Apr 1, 2013: England's great escape in Auckland was the 21st time a Test ended with a team nine wickets down in the fourth innings. Here are 11 such cliffhangers

Steven Lynch

You're fired

Mar 18, 2013: Australia recently dropped four players for failing to fill in a report. Here are more strange reasons for missing a Test or leaving a tour

Steven Lynch

Would you like a hyphen with that?

Mar 4, 2013: Nathan Coulter-Nile is the 12th double-barrelled international for a Test-playing country. Here are the ones who preceded him

Steven Lynch

Flowers, Cake and Love

Feb 18, 2013: Cricketers with romantic names

Steven Lynch

That's spooky

Feb 4, 2013: Cricket's history is littered with coincidences. Here's a selection

Steven Lynch

The Smiths

Jan 21, 2013: Common by name, special by feats

Steven Lynch

Dial Z for ...

Jan 7, 2013: Cricketers who'd be bottom of the pile if sorted alphabetically

Steven Lynch

Packing a punch

Dec 17, 2012: Cricketers who weren't afraid of hooking or cutting - in a boxing ring

Steven Lynch

Left to themselves

Dec 3, 2012: Monty Panesar's performance in Mumbai inspired us to look at England's rich history of excellent (if often eccentric) left-arm spinners

Steven Lynch

Hogging the show

Nov 19, 2012: Memorable one-man performances in Tests and first-class matches

Steven Lynch

Kapil's sixes and Trueman's snorters

Nov 12, 2012: And nine other memorable individual performances in Tests between England and India

Steven Lynch

A strong side on paper

Nov 5, 2012: Characters from books, comics and television who played cricket

Steven Lynch
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Former Australian PM Bob Hawke loved cricket. And he once left the Don speechless with the force of his political convictions

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England's Pietersen folly

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The world record that nearly wasn't

Twenty years ago this week, Brian Lara became Test cricket's highest scorer, but he almost didn't make it

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Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara go over their World T20 win, and feel grateful to have fans whose support remains unwavering in victory and defeat

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