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Wisden Anthology 1978-2006: Cricket's Age of Revolution

Fun in a time of plethora

Dec 24, 2006: Hugh Massingberd reviews Wisden Anthology 1978-2006: Cricket's Age of Revolution

Hugh Massingberd

JB's Cricket Companion

By fans, for fans

Dec 20, 2006: There are plenty of deadly-serious Ashes publications on the market but a more light-hearted guide to the summer is JB's Cricket Companion

Brydon Coverdale

Roy: Going for Broke

A welcome addition

Dec 17, 2006: Peter English reviews Andrew Symonds's new book, Roy: Going for Broke

Peter English

EA Cricket 07

It's just not in the game

Dec 10, 2006: EA Cricket '07 is the latest offering from the Electronic Arts stable. While they have enjoyed considerable success with their other titles, there has been a feeling that their cricket offerings have not matched these high standards

Sam Collins

Boned! The 12th Man

The marvellous Billy Birmingham returns

Dec 3, 2006: Schoolboys and adults with a schoolboy sense of humour have been salivating at the news that Billy Birmingham, aka The 12th Man, has released a new album

Brydon Coverdale

Mike Atherton's Gambling: A story of triumph and disaster

Athers takes a gamble

Dec 2, 2006: Matthew Engel reviews Mike Atherton's Gambling: A story of triumph and disaster

Matthew Engel

Bringing history back to life

Nov 25, 2006: A look at ESPN Classic, the new TV channel bringing the archives to life, and views from one of the men behind the channel

Andrew McGlashan

The Meaning of Sport - Simon Barnes

Sport, the universe and everything

Nov 25, 2006: Marcus Berkmann reviews The Meaning of Sport

Marcus Berkmann

Aurelia - Henry Olonga

Nearly breaking free

Nov 19, 2006: Apart from his cricketing career and the death threats he received in Zimbabwe - culminating in his eventual exile - Henry Olonga's other claim to fame is his music

Will Luke

Ashes book reviews

Brimful of Ashes

Nov 19, 2006: Martin Williamson reviews the latest Ashes books offerings

Martin Williamson and Will Luke

Stiff Upper Lips and Baggy Green Caps

A phoenix of anecdotes

Nov 15, 2006: Paul Coupar reviews Stiff Upper Lips and Baggy Green Caps

Paul Coupar

The Illustrated History of Indian Cricket

Coffee-table scholarship

Nov 5, 2006: A picture is worth a thousand words, especially when it has been sourced and selected as exquisitely as those in Boria Majumdar's superb 256-page magnum opus, The Illustrated History of Indian Cricket.

Andrew Miller

Cricinfo Guide To International Cricket

A welcome addition

Oct 29, 2006: Rob Smyth reviews the Cricinfo Guide To International Cricket

Rob Smyth

Postcards from the Sledge, by Beach

Cartoon sledges

Oct 26, 2006: Printed on high-quality thick, glossy paper and with a minimum of self-advertising, the cartoons are distinct, colourful and thoughtfully drawn by someone clearly in love with the game

Will Luke

Ralph Dellor and Stephen Lamb

The Little Book of Cricket Legends

Oct 26, 2006: A review of The Little Book of Cricket by Ralph Dellor and Stephen Lamb

Andrew Miller

2005-06 Test Cricket Annual - John Woods

Amateur hour

Oct 22, 2006: Sam Collins reviews John Woods's 2005-06 Test Cricket Annual

Sam Collins

Peter the Lord's Cat - edited by Gideon Haigh

A dead good read

Oct 15, 2006: Rob Steen reviews Peter the Lord's Cat And Other Unexpected Obituaries from Wisden

Rob Steen

Cricket Lexicon / Arm-Ball To Zooter

What's it all about

Oct 1, 2006: Will Luke reviews Andrew Strauss's autobiography

Steven Price

Andrew Strauss: Coming into Play

Promising but premature

Sep 30, 2006: Will Luke reviews Andrew Strauss's autobiography

Will Luke

Connectv Cricket

Plug it in, throw it out

Sep 29, 2006: "Demoralising hunk of junk". That's how a friend summed up this game. Mind you, he was 0 for 8 against Zimbabwe at the time

Sam Collins
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All eyes on women's cricket?

Raf Nicholson: Cricket Australia has led the way in providing exposure to the women's game. It is time for others to follow suit

How about having specialists at short leg?

Sam Perry: The importance of the position is at odds with the fact that it is seen as a punishment to be posted there

    The champion of women's cricket liberation

Rachael Heyhoe-Flint was a larger-than-life personality who was never afraid to take on cricket's male establishment. By Raf Nicholson

    Peter Roebuck's Somerset agony

David Hopps on newly published material that reveals Roebuck's despair at being made a scapegoat for the decision to release the club's West Indian stars

The hinterland of 40

Jon Hotten: At Lord's we saw three in-between scores of the sort that are as likely to annoy the selectors as excite them

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'Why don't you admit you're an alien?'

Some of the reactions on Twitter to Virat Kohli's record-equalling hundred during India's chase in Pune

Vote - Which is the most outrageous cricket shot?

In the past week, we have seen two shots that left us awestruck: Virat Kohli's jab that sailed over midwicket and Najibullah Zadran's six over the extra-cover boundary despite slipping in the process. Will either of the two top this compilation?

Another record chase, another Kohli special

Stats highlights from the first ODI between India and England in Pune

The agony and ecstasy of Kedar Jadhav

Kedar Jadhav battled physical exertion and pain as he played the innings of his life, but there could not have been a better balm to soothe those pains than watching his team go the distance

The Kohli-Dhoni duet

Transitions in leadership are very much a talking point at the moment. India's ODI handover had hallmarks of the old and new ways

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