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August 1 down the years

Captain extraordinaire

Birth of the classy Frank Worrell

August 2 down the years

England are Biffed

The Lord's Test of 2003 belonged to one Graeme Smith

August 3 down the years

The ton-up boys

Test hundreds galore

August 4 down the years

The bare necessities

"It's a freaker!"

August 5 down the years

Sobie all round

Garry Sobers lights up Headingley

August 6 down the years

So near and yet...

Jayasuriya falls short of the record Test score

August 7 down the years

Cliffhanger of the century

Edgbaston '05

August 8 down the years

A big heart

A workhorse is born

August 9 down the years

Last day for a languid hero

An England legend bows out

August 10 down the years

England give it a go

But still lose to Australia

August 11 down the years

Warne gets 600

And to make it sweeter, it came in an Ashes Test

August 12 down the years

The end of the road

A less-than-ideal conclusion

August 13 down the years

England rule the world

The rankings gets a new leader

August 14 down the years

Dimly fades the Don

The biggest blob in Test cricket

August 15 down the years

Trueman's 300th

Fiery Fred misses a hat-trick but reaches a bigger landmark

August 16 down the years

The ultimate quick?

Jeff Thomson hurries his way into the world

August 17 down the years

England suffer Whispering Death

Holding rubs England's face in it

August 18 down the years

The two-day Test

The shortest Test in over 50 years

August 19 down the years

England win the Ashes after close to two decades

The home side take the prize in the first Ashes series to be won under a professional captain

August 20 down the years

Allegations and arguments at The Oval

Pakistan refuse to play ball, following ball-tampering allegations

August 21 down the years

Who writes your scripts?

Botham comes back from a ban, and how

August 22 down the years

England 4, India 0

A clean sweep for the Pataudi Trophy

August 23 down the years

An innings and 579 runs

When England didn't go for 1000

August 24 down the years

A historic day for India

And a not-so-fine one for England

August 25 down the years

Symonds smashes 16 sixes

An Australian allrounder lofts his way into recognition

August 26 down the years

The original masterblaster

A hundred in 35 minutes

August 27 down the years

A legend is born

The world welcomes Donald George Bradman

August 28 down the years

Cricket in a spot

A Lord's Test comes under the scanner ten years after Cronjegate

August 29 down the years

The Demon demolishes England

The Ashes are born

August 30 down the years

'Make mine a double'

Botham becomes the fastest man to 1000 runs and 100 wickets

August 31 down the years

Supercat arrives

The man who led a juggernaut

    'The key to Ishant's success will be length'

Ajit Agarkar and Aakash Chopra assess: Ishant Sharma and
Peter Siddle

The best commentator on TV

The Cricket Monthly: Cricket brings the drama through its narrators' tones. Our panelists pick five of their favourites
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    Love before first sight

My Favourite Cricketer: First-class batsman Yere Goud caught a 13-year-old's attention with his unusual name and news-making runs. By Karthik Krishnaswamy

    Every innings is an act of courage

Simon Barnes: Phillip Hughes' death was desperately unlucky, and it came in the courageous pursuit of sporting excellence

Player Ball Difference: An interesting new concept

Anantha Narayanan: A look at the fastest and the slowest innings in cricket using a new concept. And, another Bradman surprise

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Phillip Hughes: Gone too soon

The cricket world reacts to the passing away of Phillip Hughes

Phillip Hughes: Country kid who moved a nation

Likeable, hard-working and skilful, it was a matter of time before Phillip Hughes cemented his spot in the Australian Test team. Then, improbably and inconsolably, his time ran out

Hope for Hughes, feel for Abbott

It is impossible to imagine how Sean Abbott must feel after sending down that bouncer to Phillip Hughes. While the cricket world hopes for Hughes' recovery, it should also ensure Abbott is supported

November games need November prices

An early start to the international season, coupled with costly tickets, have kept the Australian public away from the cricket

#putoutyourbats

People across the world paid tribute to Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes, who died on November 27, by putting out their bats

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