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Ian Chappell ends 45-year commentary career
The former Australia captain, known for his incisive and forthright views, spent the best part of his commentary years with Channel Nine
Were South Africa really unlucky in the 1992 World Cup?
Or did they simply suffer the consequences of their own actions earlier in the game?
Ian Chappell diagnosed with skin cancer
The former Australia captain has revealed that he has been undergoing intense radiotherapy
'I wanted to beat Australia twice'
Sachin Tendulkar and some of his team-mates and opponents look back at possibly his finest moment in ODI cricket - the two centuries against Australia in Sharjah 20 years ago
23-Apr-2018•Interviews by Srinath Sripath and Nagraj Gollapudi
Here's the Ashes
Commentators, presenters, spectators, players - we're all waiting for the latest edition of the storied series to kick off
Advantage England, Australia confused - Warne
Shane Warne was critical of Australia's selectors for the decision to recall Tim Paine, but former gloveman Ian Healy said that Paine "won't let Australia down"
The most badass skipper ever
Ian Chappell was a man to be reckoned with, as South Australia's administration found out during the 1975-76 Sheffield season. A new book has the story
'Thommo - how quick was he?'
The Chappell brothers, Viv Richards, Dennis Lillee and others tell you, in this extract from a new book
Andy Roberts was too mean, too quick, too deadly… until you got to know him
'WSC was the greatest thing that ever happened to cricket'
Jeff Hammond looks back at the late '70s, and playing in the West Indies on his only Test tour with Australia
03-Dec-2016•Interview by Crispin Andrews
Bouncer-safety starts with watching the ball
Proper technique is a must. And there are lessons to be learnt from how batsmen of the pre-helmet era negotiated short balls
'The art of commentary isn't telling people what they are seeing'
Ian Chappell talks about jingoism in the box, technology in coverage, and what he thought of the underarm incident and Lillee's run-in with Miandad
10-Sep-2016•Interview by Gaurav Kalra
'Early in life I worked out that being yourself is the easiest thing'
Ian Chappell talks about making the transition from the field to the commentary box, where he teamed up with Benaud, Lawry and Greig
03-Sep-2016•Interview by Gaurav Kalra
Whistlin' past the ear
In 1975-76 against West Indies, Jeff Thomson was struggling to live up to his fearsome reputation. But on Boxing Day he let rip
How players' accounts of touring life evolved from terse reportage to colourful insider tales to vanilla detailing
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CA to recognise World Series Cricket records
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