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No. 10

Richards despatches Hendrick

Feb 22, 2009: Six over midwicket and done. The perfect ending to a World Cup final innings

Mudar Patherya

No. 9

Queen's Park stands up for Simmo

Feb 15, 2009: An old-timer steps into the ring again, and is greeted with due respect

Fazeer Mohammed

No. 8

Hookes hits out

Feb 8, 2009: With five resounding strokes in the Centenary Test, a new poster boy for Australian cricket is born

Christian Ryan

No. 7

Richards runs out three

Feb 1, 2009: The King makes Lord's gape in the first World Cup final - and this time he doesn't have to use the bat

Steven Lynch

No. 6

Roberts and Murray stand tall

Jan 25, 2009: Two West Indians in England set a school back home alight

Fazeer Mohammed

No. 5

Solkar takes a blinder

Jan 18, 2009: Knott was looking to send it around the corner; around the corner was Ekki

Mudar Patherya

No. 4

Dolly gets a life

Jan 11, 2009: The dropped catch that let D'Oliveira make his legendary 158

Rob Steen

No. 3

Worrell and Co. get a royal farewell

Dec 28, 2008: West Indies may have lost the series, but they won the hearts of all Australia

Peter Roebuck

No. 2

A Test is tied

Dec 21, 2008: Hall, Meckiff, Kline, Solomon. It all came down to one ball.

Mike Coward

No. 1

McGregor catches Weekes

Nov 14, 2008: The last hurdle is cleared for New Zealand's first Test win

Don Cameron
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The Cricket Monthly July issue

    'I've had a lot more good days with bat recently than ball'

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    England discover their ODI batting mojo

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The master and the madman

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The Cricket Monthly June issue

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