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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

A wild animal of batting

Oct 20, 2015: There are batsmen you can explain, whose magic you can unravel. Virender Sehwag was not one of them

Jarrod Kimber

Remembering Spinner Kline

Oct 4, 2015: In memory of an Australian bowler who featured in one of the greatest series of all time

Ashley Mallett

A background man in the era of West Indian dominance

Oct 4, 2015: Steve Camacho's experience as a player played a big part in his success as a long-serving administrator in West Indies cricket

Tony Cozier

The other side of speedy Frank

Sep 28, 2015: A long-time friend remembers the demon bowler off the field

David Frith

The embodiment of a Yorkshireman

Sep 14, 2015: Brian Close was courageous, of course, but also outspoken, indestructible, and bloody-minded

David Hopps

Kumar Sangakkara retires

'Would pick Sangakkara to bat for my life'

Aug 18, 2015: Former team-mates, captains, coaches, opposition players pay tribute to Kumar Sangakkara

ESPNcricinfo staff

1949-2015

The epitome of a South African age

Jul 28, 2015: In the 1970s and 1980s, heroes didn't come any more impressive in Transvaal, but in the end, Clive Rice was destined to be part of a forgotten generation

Luke Alfred

The talented Mr Trumper

Jul 2, 2015: A hundred years after his death, a look back at the life and career of the Australian legend who was possibly a better batsman than the Don on pitches ravaged by the elements

Ashley Mallett
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