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Rachael Heyhoe-Flint 1939-2017

The tireless champion of women's cricket liberation

Jan 19, 2017: Rachael Heyhoe-Flint was a larger-than-life personality who was never afraid to take on cricket's male establishment

Raf Nicholson

1927-2016

The man who wouldn't say 'Mister'

Dec 17, 2016: Sid O'Linn's cricket career was possibly hampered by a rebellious streak, but given a chance to tour England, he got a divorce to ensure his selection

Luke Alfred

Trevor Goddard 1931-2016

The hinge between South Africa's old and new

Nov 28, 2016: Courageous, selfless and cautious, Trevor Goddard was the link between notable eras for his team

Luke Alfred

'I doubt anyone will take care of me like Mashrafe bhai'

Nov 8, 2016: As Mashrafe Mortaza completes 15 years in international cricket, his team-mates and friends recall their favourite stories about him

Interviews by Mohammad Isam

Cho's mystery

Oct 9, 2016: Former Australian spinner John Gleeson was unreadable on and off the field. A team-mate remembers

Ashley Mallett

Max Walker 1948-2016

My mate Tangles

Sep 29, 2016: Looking back at the wit and bowling of Max Walker

Ashley Mallett

Remembering South Africa's first fast bowling hero

Sep 8, 2016: Lindsay Tuckett lost his best years to the war, and when he got the chance to play Tests, he bowled with virtually no support

Luke Alfred

Ken Higgs 1937-2016

Ken Higgs, a heart-of-oak bowler, and one of Lancashire's finest

Sep 7, 2016: With remorseless accuracy and an ability to find swing and cut, Ken Higgs might have won more than 15 Test caps for England

David Hopps

Woodcock at 90

Aug 6, 2016: The often outspoken former cricket correspondent of the Times, turns ten short of a century on Sunday

Ivo Tennant

My mentor Tony

May 12, 2016: Tony Cozier encouraged me to pursue a career in journalism and was a source of motivation and support all through

Firdose Moonda

Tony Cozier 1940-2016

A Bajan boy steeped in Caribbean flavours

May 12, 2016: Cozier came to be the voice of West Indian cricket because he knew the game, and the landscape it came from, intimately

Vaneisa Baksh

Marty goes to rest

Mar 4, 2016: A friend, an opponent, a brother, Martin Crowe touched hearts with his batting and his deep thoughtfulness

Mark Nicholas

1962-2016

Martin the invincible

Mar 3, 2016: At the crease Crowe was elegant and imposing. Off it, especially after he left cricket, he was completely alive, always in the moment, and possessed of a desire to learn

Gideon Haigh

'Brendon had the ability to make his players exceed their expectations'

Feb 21, 2016: Brendon McCullum earned respect because he brought the best out of his players and believed in having a healthy relationship with the opposition

Kane Williamson

The people's legend

Feb 19, 2016: Brendon McCullum is a New Zealand icon because he's equal parts good bloke, straight shooter and gambler - not an untouchable deity but rather the guy from two doors down

Paul Ford

Baz and I

Feb 13, 2016: It wasn't the easiest thing in the world being in the same team as Brendon McCullum

Iain O'Brien

How do you measure McCullum?

Feb 11, 2016: The excitement you felt when you watched him captain or fly through the air to save a boundary, or tapping his bat, about to face a ball - you can't put a number to it

Jarrod Kimber

The multifaceted life of John Bannon

Dec 16, 2015: The late Cricket Australia board director was passionate about politics and history, and his contribution to Australian sport extended beyond cricket

Daniel Brettig

Farewell to a Gaelic hero

Dec 11, 2015: John Mooney, who has retired from international cricket, was an indefatigable and inspirational competitor

Tim Wigmore

Expecting Sehwag to do the unexpected

Oct 23, 2015: Opposition captains always feared: what if Sehwag gets going? Everyone else just learned to accept that he would forever surprise

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan
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The little publishers

Paul Edwards on the men and women who populate the niche market for cricket books in the UK
The Cricket Monthly January issue

    'Brendon McCullum must bat with an eye patch'

Is Baz a victim of Aussie cyber-bullying? Our Twitter round-up might help you decide

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 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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