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So long, Shahid
Jul 21, 2010:
If ever a cricketer has been delicious, it has been Afridi
England are shining but is anyone watching?
Jul 4, 2010:
So they beat the old enemy, but did anyone notice in the noise of the football and the tennis?
Spare a tear for the underdog
Jun 13, 2010:
Often the cricket fan's sympathy lies with the vanquished, not the victor
Hail Britannia, you dear old multicoloured thing
May 20, 2010:
The England team full of players from other countries? Well, knock us down with a feather
Delighting in the Modi mess
May 2, 2010:
Breathes there a fan with soul so dead who hasn't taken joy from cricket controversies?
Oh for a spot of fixing
Apr 16, 2010:
Some bowlers are accused of involvement in irregularities; for others there's no such excuse. And who knew bookies watched county cricket?
Greedy or good?
Mar 25, 2010:
There's plenty of over-the-top excess in the IPL, but there's a fair bit to like as well
No more the rocker
Mar 4, 2010:
The thrill of watching Brett Lee at the top of his run-up in a Test match was something else
Here's to Gibson
Feb 10, 2010:
It's good to see a West Indian at the helm of this once-great side
Good on you, Graeme
Jan 26, 2010:
He's a crowd pleaser, an effortless charmer, a top-drawer spinner and better than a lower-order biffer. If the IPL doesn't want Swann, it's their loss, really
Vaughan behind the mike
Jan 7, 2010:
The former England captain is, somewhat surprisingly, good on radio: funny, articulate, shrewd and insightful
What cricket can do for the environment
Dec 14, 2009:
Players need to travel to play, but do they need to play so frequently?
Three from Tendulkar
Nov 27, 2009:
There's something about the passion Sachin inspires that makes cricket worth it
The terrible treachery of Jonathan Trott
Nov 7, 2009:
England's newest South African-born batting star a traitor? Oh the humanity!
Manchester United Cricket Club?
Oct 22, 2009:
What if the football behemoth took to cricket? It might be the only way England could produce a winner in Champions League Twenty20
Where have all the villains gone?
Oct 6, 2009:
Australia's clean-cut, ever-smiling pack of current cricketers makes you long for the scowling grouches of old
Damn the bloat
Sep 21, 2009:
Day-nighters in autumn? English cricket has crossed a certain line with this one
A giant leap for womankind
Jun 22, 2009:
This tournament has been a fine evangelical exercise for the women's game
Jun 19, 2009:
In which Shahid Afridi rediscovers his old self
Green, mean and dreary
Jun 17, 2009:
South Africa should be crowd favourites but it seems their fate to be boring as England - only better
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A feel of Dhaka in Florida
A dream come true for Bangladeshi fans in the USA
No MSD and Mr Popular Jonny
A fan went to Lord's to relive wonderful old memories, but India's batting let him down
Fan Following: A night to rejoice at Eden Gardens
A hat-trick, runs for Kohli and a raucous Kolkata crowd cheering India on to victory
Fan Following: Lights, camera, Pakistan!
This fan thoroughly enjoyed watching the deciding T20I in a series that marked the return of high-profile international cricket in Pakistan
'The most exhilarating day of Test cricket that I have witnessed'
Nineteen wickets on a see-saw day at Lord's was a brilliant advertisement for Test cricket
Bowlers build on Zazai blitz to make it 1-0 Afghanistan
Rory Kleinveldt and Nathan Buck dismantle Middlesex
Mitchell and Moeen get that Festival feeling
Abbas' best keeps Kent sweating
Josh Bohannon shines on debut but are lights set to go out on failed experiment?
How Bangladesh is finding and developing its talent
Mustafizur, Mosaddek, Mehidy, Nazmul - where did they all come from? By
It's time to rediscover Test-match batting
England's recklessness in the name of positivity is a sign that the art of batting in the longest format is no longer given due attention
Is it possible for a Pakistani to be a fan of Ian Botham?
The Cricket Monthly
Nottingham's the charm
On tour in the UK,
witnesses a fine comeback, visits the country's oldest pub, and squeezes in some yoga lessons
Trisha Chetty's legacy in the making
An inspiration in Mark Boucher got her to focus on her wicketkeeping. Today, she's a record-holder - and wants to go further
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