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How Channel Seven is looking to change television commentary in Australia
Moving away from a roster full of former players, the new broadcasters of the game down under want to bring in a conversational style of coverage
How can the IPL become a global sports giant?
If it has to compete with leagues like the NFL, NBA and Premier League football, it needs to expand in India and abroad
From Bogra to Brisbane: the Bangladeshi women expanding their country's horizons
Rumana Ahmed and Khadija Tul Kubra want to use their WBBL experience to raise the profile of the women's game back home
How Mahmudullah became Bangladesh's big hitter
Asked to take on the role of a T20 finisher, he transformed his game and his team's performances with it
The Indian girl who became the leader of the USA
Shebani Bhaskar has played cricket all over the world. Now she's leading the United States in their biggest challenge to date
Make a ton, get a tree
At the Wynberg Boys' High School ground in Cape Town, a lot of the greenery has basmen's names on it
The giggly boy wonder from Sauraha
In a short time, Nepal's 17-year-old legspinner Sandeep Lamichhane has become an internationally recognised name in the game, but the fame and fortune hasn't swayed him one bit
05-Mar-2018•Peter Della Penna
'It was like driving a Rolls-Royce one day and sleeping on the pavement the next'
Sourav Ganguly talks about making the decision to retire in this extract from his new book
'Every time I enter the field, it's like: Smriti, you have to score'
India opener Smriti Mandhana talks about changing her batting technique, and what she expects from herself in South Africa
Sanjay Manjrekar looks back at his encounters with Imran Khan and the side he led, and the Sharjah matches of the '90s
'Game probably 36 hours too soon for the pitch'
Greg Chappell recalls the events of the Centenary Test, played 40 years ago at the MCG
Will Meghalaya make it back into Indian cricket's mainstream?
Football reigns supreme in the north-east, but cricket is slowly returning to the main stage
'Want to make the BBL the No. 1 sports league in Australia'
Kim McConnie, the new head of the Big Bash, talks about how the league has its eyes on becoming the biggest game in town
How the yo-yo test became a selection standard
Running between two cones: how hard can it be?
It's going to be Steve and Joe's excellent adventure
The Ashes captains' journeys have been similar: each having spent some of his formative years in the other's country
The day my surrogate son made me proud (sort of)
What is the appropriate emotion to feel when your boy is hitting you for runs in a fathers v sons game?
04-Nov-2017•The Grade Cricketer
MS Dhoni: Indian cricket's first mega-brand
Rajdeep Sardesai's new book looks at, among other things, the man who ushered in the era of the all-powerful player agent
Read's artistry leaves a lasting impression
Chris Read played only 15 Tests for England but the game has lost a little of its grace now that he has entered retirement
'Cricket should not shy away from technological change throwing up new challenges'
Microsoft CEO and cricket fan Satya Nadella talks about growing up with cricket in his life, and the future of the game
Asia Cup team of the tournament - Power up top, many all-round options, and fire with the ball
India's T20 World Cup squad: Why Arshdeep over Chahar? And why did Ashwin get the nod?
Fakhar Zaman out of T20 World Cup squad with knee injury, Shan Masood called up