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Canada's Man Friday bids adieu

Jan 5, 2014: Leading a hodgepodge side, keeping wickets, and scoring runs - Ashish Bagai was the glue that held the team together

Faraz Sarwat

Canada looks to come in from the cold

Apr 8, 2013: The national team is in tatters right now and the board still isn't efficiently run, but the new president is hoping things are going to change

Faraz Sarwat

Canada cricket takes two steps back

Jun 2, 2011: Ashish Bagai has resigned the captaincy, and now a new faction has plans to supplant the board

Faraz Sarwat

What next for Canada?

Apr 17, 2011: Now that they won't get to play the next World Cup, what direction will their development take? And will they continue to receive funding from the ICC?

Faraz Sarwat

Selection stalls Canada's progress

Mar 6, 2010: They're among the most talented and promising of the Associate teams, but the lack of a coherent selection policy is hurting them plenty

Faraz Sarwat

Anyone but Butt

Aug 8, 2009: Why the Pakistan board's chief must be replaced before he erodes the good that came from the World Twenty20

Faraz Sarwat

Stormy up north

Feb 16, 2009: The recent upheavals in Canada's cricket administration have dented its image

Faraz Sarwat
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What is cricket's most significant number?

The Cricket Monthly asked an eminent jury of five for their picks

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Ask Steven: Plus, World Cup half-centuries for two countries, and a jackpot on County Championship debut

    Richie Benaud's storeroom Test matches

Steve Cannane: As a boy, the future Australia captain first picked up the game by hitting a tennis ball against a wall with a makeshift bat in an isolated country town

    Follow in the bare steps of Kenya's ace runners

Ed Smith: Athletes from one tribe show how the interventions of modern sports science should not be relied upon too soon

Once upon a Caribbean cricket holiday

Scott Oliver: Twenty years ago, 16 British university students discovered the joys of watching and playing cricket in West Indies

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The McCullum mystery in the IPL

Brendon McCullum has started the 2015 IPL in fine style, but his numbers in the previous seven seasons aren't consistent with his obvious attacking skills and talent

England's swinging shooting star

The boy from Burnley with magic in his wrist has surpassed all before him - with luck we will be able to enjoy his skill and application for a few more years yet

Three questions for cricket

Do fast bowlers need verbal fisticuffs to generate aggression? Does sending a nightwatchman in always make sense? Is surpassing 100mph even possible?

Azhar Ali needs time to move out of Misbah's shadow

Azhar Ali's early steps in captaincy will be analysed extensively but he needs time to step out of the large shadows of Misbah-ul-Haq and Shahid Afridi

Pollard's silent protest, and a 10-ball over

Plays of the day from the match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians

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