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Made in Ireland - and England's overseas World Cup six

Sep 10, 2006: The return of the regular Monday column in which Steven Lynch answers your questions about (almost) any aspect of cricket

Steven Lynch

KCA chairman admits he can't stop him

Moles on four-man shortlist for Scotland job

Dec 17, 2004: Andy Moles is on the final four-man shortlist for the job of Scotland coach

ESPNcricinfo staff

January 2005

Other side of the rainbow

Dec 16, 2004: It is 10 years since Nelson Mandela ushered in a bright, new, post-apartheid dawn

South Africa's selection reshuffle

Omar Henry replaced as chairman of selectors

Dec 7, 2004: Omar Henry has been replaced as convenor of selectors by the South African cricket board, but will remain on the selection committee

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa in India 2004-05

Upwards on the learning curve

Dec 3, 2004: The series may have been lost in the end, but South Africa's tour of India was an important learning experience - both on and off the field - that will reap benefits further down the line

Ken Borland

Omar Henry

'I considered myself a pioneer'

Dec 1, 2004: Omar Henry was nearly 41 when he made his Test debut against India at Durban in 1992-93, after representing South Africa in a few rebel Tests in the mid-1980s

Dileep Premachandran

The search for Scotland's first full-time coach

A return to Scotland possible for Henry

Nov 28, 2004: Omar Henry, currently South Africa's convenor of selectors, is considering returning to Scotland to help the build on their victory in the ICC Intercontinental Cup

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Selection of the selectors

Henry remains in charge of SA selection panel

May 26, 2004: Omar Henry, South Africa's convenor of selectors, kept his job today - although the board of Cricket South Africa streamlined the selection panel, which now consists of four members rather than the previous six

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Selection of the selectors

Omar Henry's future as convenor of selectors in doubt

May 26, 2004: The future of Omar Henry as convenor of selectors will be decided later today as the executive committee of Cricket South Africa meets to discuss the renewal of his contract

Wisden Cricinfo staff

South Africa v West Indies, 1st Test, Johannesburg

Kirsten out of first Test

Dec 8, 2003: Gary Kirsten has pulled out of the South African squad for the first Test against West Indies at the Wanderers in Johannesburg which starts on Friday (Dec 12)

Wisden Cricinfo staff

South Africa caught in anthrax scare

Aug 7, 2003: South Africa's cricketers were caught in the midst of an alleged terrorist attack on Wednesday, as their hotel in London had to be evacuated

Wisden CricInfo staff

Omar Henry: we need to move forward

Jul 30, 2003: Omar Henry loves South Africa as much as he loves its cricket

Nagraj Gollapudi

South Africa look to downplay Kallis's absence

Jul 22, 2003: Omar Henry, South Africa's convenor of selectors, said that South Africa would cope with the loss of allrounder Jacques Kallis for the first npower Test against England at Edgbaston starting on Thursday (July 24)

Wisden Cricinfo staff

UCB denies blocking selection

Stewart ready to take on board over 'ban'

Feb 24, 2003: Errol Stewart, who recently refused an invitation to lead a South Africa A side to Zimbabwe on moral grounds, now faces a ban after the South Africa board (UCB) made clear it disapproval of his stand The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) tour of Papua New

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Henry to convene new South African selection panel

May 15, 2002: Omar Henry, who has Test match and international one-day cricket on his CV as well as the captaincy of Scotland, has been appointed convener of the South African selectors in what amounts to an almost total clean-out of Rushdi Magiet's discredited

Peter Robinson

Former South African Test stars included in National Cricket Committee

Apr 27, 2002: Four former South African Test players - Andrew Hudson, Craig Matthews, Omar Henry and Pat Symcox - have been appointed to serve on a National Cricket Committee set up on Saturday to examine issues around the national side following South Africa's

Peter Robinson

Omar Henry - Cricket in his blood (21 December 1998)

Dec 21, 1998: Omar Henry, the coloured left-arm spin bowler who broke the colour barrier during the years of Apartheid and represented South Africa in three Test matches and three one-day internationals in the late 1980s, is now a television commentator who spends

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