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Cricket and sexism

"Too ugly to be raped"

Cricket should want to be the best it can - to employ the best men and the best women, to appeal to everyone, regardless of gender, colour or sexuality. That must mean dismantling barriers wherever they exist.

Anya Shrubsole, Chris Rushworth and Tom Curran celebrate their success at the PCA awards function

Wisden Cricketers of the Year 2016

Anya Shrubsole

Wisden Cricketers of the Year 2016: Anya Shrubsole

2nd Test, Manchester

England v Pakistan, 2016

Wisden's review of the second Test, England v Pakistan, 2016

Groundstaff battle the floods at New Road

Cricket and climate change

How green is your sward?

ICC have done little in terms of mitigation (reducing emissions) or adaptation to a changing world. They set no environmental targets for their members. They do not currently employ a sustainability officer.

A Pakistan fan keeps his spirits up

England v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Old Trafford, 4th day

Manchester's multicultural slice of life

There was disappointment for those Pakistan fans who made their way to Old Trafford but enjoyment nevertheless - especially for the newcomers

The rubbish piles up at The Hill at the Adelaide Oval


The waste of cricket

Is cricket aware of its impact on the environment? No, and it seems to not even have started caring

Jos Buttler playing for Lancashire in the NatWest Blast

NatWest T20 Blast Finals Day

Buttler's belief undimmed as he returns to T20 stage

Runs did not flow in the Ashes, but Jos Buttler has dazzled this season in his two T20 outings for Lancashire which have helped the county to another Finals Day

Fred Trueman was named Pipeman of the Year 1974


T'greatest that ever was

Fiery, difficult, outspoken, Fred Trueman belongs to a lost era. Fifty years on from his final Test, we look back at what he left behind

Gary Ballance grew in confidence at the crease

Wisden Cricketers of the Year 2015

Gary Ballance

Wisden Cricketers' Almanack: Cricketer of the year

Betty Wilson bowls

The greats of the women's game

A formidable quintet

Tanya Aldred sums up the contributions made by some greats of the women's game