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Top Performer - Ryan Sidebottom

Glowing in the cold

May 30, 2007: Jenny Thompson has this week's top performer - Ryan Sidebottom, who took eight wickets on his Test return

Jenny Thompson

Top Performer - Matt Prior

New magnetic wonder

May 22, 2007: Andrew Miller has this week's top performer - Matt Prior, who cracked a hundred on Test debut

Andrew Miller

Top Performer - Adam Gilchrist

Brighter than the bright lights

May 2, 2007: Jenny Thompson on Adam Gilchrist's smashing World Cup final

Jenny Thompson

Top Performer - Mahela Jayawardene

When Sabina woke up to Mahela

Apr 25, 2007: Dileep Premachandran on Mahela Jayawardene's Sabina Park epic

Dileep Premachandran in Jamaica

Top Performer - Andrew Hall

South Africa's go to man

Apr 18, 2007: Top Performer: Andrew Hall would be the first to admit that there's much more to life than a century or a five-wicket haul

Dileep Premachandran

Top Performer - AB de Villiers

Born to run

Apr 11, 2007: AB de Villiers could have been a household name in any sport and his innings in Grenada restored the faith of his seniors

Andrew Miller

Jayasuriya still a huge threat

One last hurrah

Apr 3, 2007: Dileep Premachandran writes on the stunning comeback to form by Sanath Jayasuriya

Dileep Premachandran

Matthew Hayden re-dominates the ring

Prizefighter's gloves are back on

Mar 29, 2007: Matthew Hayden has completed another remarkable renaissance

Andrew Miller

Top Performer - Paul Collingwood

The journeyman arrives

Feb 14, 2007: Paul Collingwood has just completed the journey of his life in Australia

Andrew Miller

Top Performer - Brad Hodge

Grabbing your final chance

Feb 7, 2007: The past week has been an important one for Brad Hodge

Peter English

Top Performer - Jacob Oram

Nobody's substitute

Jan 31, 2007: Brydon Coverdale on New Zealand's man of the moment, Jacob Oram

Brydon Coverdale

Top Performer - Mohammad Asif

Returning with venom

Jan 24, 2007: Osman Samiuddin on Mohammad Asif's emphatic return to the international fold

Osman Samiuddin

Top Performer - Ashwell Prince

More substance than style

Jan 16, 2007: Top Performer: Ashwell Prince

Sriram Veera

Top Performer - Graeme Smith

The duke of hazard

Jan 9, 2007: Graeme Smith's decisive twin half-centuries at Cape Town were a welcome return to form and sealed a great Test series win for South Africa

Jamie Alter

Top Performer - Sourav Ganguly

Exorcising the demons

Dec 13, 2006: Straight off the bat, this is not just about the runs he scored. This is about a man who came, saw and conquered - if only for the moment - the demons in his head, the ghosts in his past

Jamie Alter

Top Performer - Matthew Hoggard

The Ever-Ready Bunny

Dec 6, 2006: Matthew Hoggard toiled for 42 overs in the first innings, uphill and into the wind for the most part, for the heroic figures of 7 for 109

Andrew Miller

Top Performer - Ricky Ponting

In the shoes of Bradman

Nov 29, 2006: In the haze of Australia's failure to enforce the follow-on in the first Test it was easy to lose sight of the brilliant quality of Ricky Ponting's batting

Peter English

Top Performer - Brian Lara

Pirate of the Caribbean

Nov 21, 2006: Jamie Alter on a sensational Brian Lara innings at Multan, one that changed the very complexion of the match and series

Jamie Alter

Top Performer - Umar Gul

The swing and seam merchant

Nov 15, 2006: Osman Samiuddin on Umar Gul after he scripted Pakistan's win against West Indies at Lahore with a nine-wicket haul

Osman Samiuddin

Top performer - Nathan Bracken

Swinging into contention

Nov 8, 2006: Damien Martyn hardly ever looks ruffled. Not when arching his back leg to dissect two gullies or when sipping a freshly ordered coffee. Not even when answering his thousandth question about the 1993-94 SCG Test

Andrew Miller
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