Hobart Hurricanes Women
Melbourne Stars Women
A points system to decide the champion of champions since the advent of one-day county cricket
Mark Ramprakash was a complex beast, and so was being a fan of him
If these ODIs are his last bow in England, then he will go out as he came in, demanding to be watched (but not heard)
The story of a club where senior citizens prove they're better than striplings a quarter their age or less
On paper, they are an unassuming, unlikely bunch, but with unspectacular labour, they have been delivering results
He is able to hit the bowler's stock ball back over his head for six. How will the bowlers respond?
Two so-called unfulfilled talents are now at the top of the tree in coaching batsmen. Does that compute?
Michael Lewis' new book suggests we often make judgements based on flawed reasoning. Let's learn from it
T20 batting will move on from him, but for now, as he stands on the verge of yet another monolithic landmark, he is a reminder of what is possible in the game
The typescript pages of his newly discovered diaries from 1986 provide an intimate window into the man's thoughts and reflections
At 36, Kevin Pietersen still exudes the aura of a superstar. It is a pity that international cricket no longer has the benefit of his presence
We've all seen them: innings of throwaway flair that transport us. But how exactly do you define one?
The cricketer autobiography has come a fair way over the years, but they still need someone to write them - and in most cases, it isn't the player themselves
Technique is a servant, not a master. Take the example of Jonny Bairstow, and his successful comeback to the England Test side
A Test tour is no longer challenging for the main reason it used to be: unfamiliarity
Warne and Murali's big turn has given way to something more subtle
A suggestion for those who don't want to see the county game consumed whole by T20 leagues
The former England No. 3's autobiography is a compelling, raw account of a modern sportsman's life
The competition retains a certain purity precisely because it is unfashionable and anachronistic, and is not loaded down by the requirements of television and sponsors
Reliving a format that was once a rage in 19th century England, at historic Broadhalfpenny Down in Hambledon
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