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February 1 down the years

The birth of Biff

Graeme Smith is born

February 2 down the years

Hadlee's slow start

The great Sir Richard makes his debut

February 3 down the years

Trouble in paradise

A controversy in Port-of-Spain

February 4 down the years

An all-too-brief star

Archie Jackson's storied start

February 5 down the years

A verdict on spot-fixing

Butt, Asif and Amir get banned

February 6 down the years

Fast and fiery Frederick

The best fast bowler England have produced

February 7 down the years

Anil's top 10

Kumble cleans up Pakistan in Delhi

February 8 down the years

Hero and villain

The glory and the shame of Mohammad Azharuddin

February 9 down the years

Ooh, aah, Glenn McGrath

One of the greatest seamers is born

February 10 down the years

The black band of courage

Flower and Olonga make a stand against the Mugabe regime

February 11 down the years

The Phantom opener

A corpse in pads, a drugs scandal, and the debut of West Indies' greatest captain

February 12 down the years

Valiant Vishy

Lightning wrists, dazzling strokeplay, impeccable sportsmanship

February 13 down the years

Take up thy bed and bat

Paynter comes out of hospital to bat for England

February 14 down the years

A Valentine's Day massacre

The day South Africa were bowled out for 30

February 15 down the years

A cracking Melbourne finish

One of the game's classic series goes down to the wire

February 16 down the years

Michael learns to rock

The liquid grace of Michael Holding, and England's Bodyline win

February 17 down the years

A big day in Sri Lanka

Test cricket gets its eighth team

February 18 down the years

An unwanted nose job

Gatting wears one from Marshall

February 19 down the years

A Beefy masterclass

Botham's golden Jubilee Test

February 20 down the years

When 'Toey' was chaired off the field

Hugh Tayfield's magical nine-for

February 21 down the years

Slashing Slats

A destructive Australian opening batsman is born

February 22 down the years

Eleven smart birds

The Kiwis put one over Australia in the World Cup

February 23 down the years

Gilly on a rampage

A whirlwind double-century, and a sobering battering

February 24 down the years

The 36-year-old double-centurion

The first 200 in ODIs

February 25 down the years

Brightly fades The Don

The death of the greatest cricketer of them all

February 26 down the years

The second of the three Ws

Everton Weekes is born in Barbados

February 27 down the years

The old destroyer

A 33-year-old makes his debut

February 28 down the years

Blast off

Viv brings the carnage

February 29 down the years

A Kenyan World Cup victory

When the first-timers dismissed West Indies for 93

    'A test of Kohli's mental strength'

Bowl at Boycs: Geoffrey Boycott on Kohli's recent form, and Cook's captaincy

    Kallis: a standard-bearer for a nation

Mark Nicholas: He made South Africans proud and he made the rest of the world stand up and take notice

    'Like a ballet dancer'

My XI: Martin Crowe on Mark Waugh's lazy elegance and batsmanship that was easy on eye

    Sea, sun, scandal

Diary: Our correspondent takes in the sights and sounds of Galle and Colombo, and reports on a tampering controversy

Remembering Ashok Mankad

V Ramnarayan: The late 'Kaka' was a terrific batsman, a shrewd captain, and a wonderful raconteur. But most of all he was a genuine friend

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Bhuvneshwar on course for super series

Only 15 times in Test history has a player achieved the double of 300 runs and 20 wickets in a Test series. Going on current form, Bhuvneshwar could well be the 16th

Vijay rediscovers the old Monk

The leave outside off stump has been critical to M Vijay's success since his India comeback last year. Contrary to popular opinion, such patience and self-denial comes naturally to him

Ugly runs but still they swoon

Alastair Cook did not bat like a leading man but the crowd applauded him for simply not failing

Time to pension off the seniors?

If England are going to win nothing, history suggests it might be worth their while to win nothing with kids

Boycott floored by an Indian trundler

When Eknath Solkar got under the skin of Geoff Boycott, leading to a three-year self-imposed exile from Test cricket

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