Farewell to Martin Crowe

On March 3, 2016, former New Zealand captain Martin Crowe died, aged 53, in Auckland after a battle with lymphoma. Crowe scored a New Zealand record 17 Test centuries, and was instrumental in his side reaching the 1992 World Cup semi-final. Knee problems forced him to retire at the age of 33, after which he served the game as a writer, commentator, and as the inventor of Cricket Max, the precursor to T20s.

March 11
News - Martin Crowe farewelled in Auckland

March 7
Ed Smith - The torture makes the genius?
Inbox - The regal genius of Martin Crowe

March 5
Tribute - 'Family man, genius, and NZ's finest ever'

March 4
Mark Nicholas - Marty goes to rest

March 3
News - Martin Crowe dies aged 53
Obituary - Martin the invincible
Timeline - The many colours of Crowe
Reactions - 'The best I ever bowled against' - Akram
The best of Crowe on ESPNcricinfo - A collection of Crowe's columns on the site
Fan Memories - A fantasy come true
Stats analysis - The best Test batsman between 1985 and 1991
Andy Zaltzman - Magnificent Marty and jaunty Jack