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Cricket by association
The World Cricket League in Kenya pitted the six best Associate sides together. Just how close are they to the Test teams?
Never beaten? You better self-believe it
Kevin Mitchell on an unusually sloppy Australia
YouTube is the best place to go to watch cricket clips from the modern era right through to yesteryear. And with the World Cup just around the corner here are some of the best clips to get you in the mood for the Caribbean extravaganza.
Cock up or cover up?
Shoaib Akhtar and his new-ball partner were guilty of taking banned substances one minute, not guilty the next. Osman Samiuddin asks how
Can't see for the transparency
Just who are they trying to kid? The ICC claims it has a "fair and transparent" process for electing its next president and that he will be the "most suitable candidate". Oh, come on!
Swing woe, sweet nothing
Andrew Miller meets Ian Chappell, quizzing Australia's former captain on where England got it wrong - chiefly no plan B - and why 10-year dominance is bad for cricket
Megaphone press spoils the party
One of the perverse pleasures of touring Australia when England are rubbish is to witness the local media rise to something like hysterical, curtain-tearing orgasm. Kevin Mitchell looks at the Australian media's response this winter
Ghost in the machine
Mark Vermeulen, once among Zimbabwe's most promising young batsmen, could spend his next 25 years in jail. Telford Vice examines his descent into serious behavioural disorder ...
Parsimony not panache
In Angus Fraser Andrew Miller found a role model for the anti-athlete
Our Man In Miami
Commentator and cricket talk-show host Mike Haysman has quit his Highveld home of many years to take up a new challenge with billionaire Allen Stanford. Dave Papenfus watched him pack
Eleven cricketing sex scandals
And you thought footballers were bad... Mark van Dijk rummages through the tabloids to reveal cricket's naughtiest away games
31-Dec-2006•Mark van Dijk
Ten overs to go, 80 needed
One of the delights of watching cricket in the West Indies is the relaxed nature of the Caribbean game. In England they confiscate your beer cans; in Barbados they make sure you know where the rum shop is
The uncluttered country touch
The ethos of cricket lies deep in the hearts and souls of those playing street cricket in Woodstock or Soweto, in an under-9C schools match, in a family knock-up game at a picnic, and in a country match played on a simple but dignified rural ground
29-Dec-2006•Vince van der Bijl
The uncluttered country touch
Country cricketers have not, as often quoted, an earthiness or simplicity: rather they have a belief in basics, a sure knowledge of their strengths and weaknesses and a beautiful straightforwardness about their game which are often the qualities that brin
28-Dec-2006•Vince van der Bijl
Why Harmy bowled that wide
During the opening days of the Brisbane Test Steve Harmison - and his nerves - were centre of attention
Trescothick: prisoner of his own gifts
The light is harsh. Your opponents are in your face from the first ball to the last. The grounds are hard and huge, and the crowds some of the most combative in the world. It is almost like a boxing ring
Lingerie v LBW
As our esteemed editor so eloquently stated in a recent issue of TWC, there are lots of good reasons why Neil McKenzie should be back in the Test squad. All the arguments about his skill and experience are perfectly valid, but there's another cause for cr
19-Dec-2006•Sue de Groot
Jet: Shot down too soon?
With South Africa still going sideways fast, David Mosely gets experts to ponder whether Ray Jennings' sergeant-major methods may have been discarded too quickly...
Injured Shami ruled out of ODIs against Bangladesh, doubtful for Tests
03-Dec-2022•PTI and ESPNcricinfo staff
PCB could pull out of 2023 Asia Cup if tournament is moved out of Pakistan