On top down under
Simon Lister interviews the key figures behind England's successful tour of Australia, 1986-87
09-Dec-2006•Interviews by Simon Lister
Do you want to be TWC's club for 2007?
Adopt a Club is back for 2007 - The Wisden Cricketer magazine is on the hunt for a worthy and aspiring club to adopt for the 2007 season. Mullion went from quiet Cornish village team, to league champions with an international profile - do you want
"I still want to captain England"
Andrew Strauss hides disappointment behind diplomacy, waxes enthusiastic for Flintoff and Sydney and leaves the brash forecasting to Australia or Pietersen
Cheating?! In cricket? Unthinkable
The notion that a cricketer would cheat has always been seriously at odds with the supposed spirit of the game, but it is a naive view and it ignores both history and human nature
Comfort blanket with a silver lining
Stephen Fay on Cyril Washbrook, a Lancastrian icon who bridged the north-south divide
Kim's game of his life
When West Indies went to Australia in 1981 they had not lost in 15 Tests. Australia had just lost against Pakistan, albeit a dead rubber, by an innings. On an MCG pitch so lively it was deadly West Indies had Holding, Garner, Roberts and Croft. Australia
27-Oct-2006•Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi
Now that's a real wash-out
A Kent village club sailed into the Channel to re-enact a historic match and got far more than they expected
Less than a month after the ICC chief executive Malcolm Speed described China as the sport's biggest growth market, the cricket photographer Graham Morris was refused a visa to enter the country.
The mog that got into the mausoleum
Gideon Haigh takes us on a guided tour of a new anthology of Wisden obituaries that includes poets, pacifists, prime ministers...and a cat
Hooked by the Miller's tale
Robert Kitson reveals his unhealthy obsession with Derbyshire's off-spinning allrounder turned selector and raconteur
Why England will keep the Ashes
Kevin Mitchell on why he feels England will keep the Ashes
Spirit of Africa
Geoffrey Dean reports from Nairobi on the ICC Knockout Kenya 2000, a tournament involving the 10 Test nations plus the hosts
Girl (n)power or licence to leer?
Jenny Thompson gets out the peroxide and the fake tan to witness life as an npower girl
Sub lime to the ridiculous
After an act of God an act of human expedience threatens the end of the old Kent mode. Ivo Tennant on a financial dilemma not exclusive to Canterbury
Blessed are the meek
Emma John meets Monty Panesar, the shy boy who became a national hero
Broader minds in the broad acres
Demonised from the outside, defensive on the inside, Yorkshire and its lack of Asian representation has become one of cricket's political hot potatoes over the past decade
15-Sep-2006•John Stern and Andrew Collomosse
Mullion claim county title
After weeks dominating Division 5 West - winning the league comfortably - Mullion 1s had to face the dominators of Division 5 East, St Minver, to decide the County Champions 2006. And dominating is a habit Mullion find hard to kick.
The impossible job
Pataudi set India towards its present status. Edward Craig hears how he coped with the intensity of captaining the country and how the role has changed
Mullion take the title
On Saturday morning Mullion 1s skipper Jim took the phone call from Gulval. "Is the match on"? "Oh yes". Says Jim. With Chacewater only 12 points behind, Mullion needed only seven to claim the Division 5 West crown. As for Mullion 2s, well it was a dark a
07-Sep-2006•By David Fowles & Bruce Jordan
Selecting the selectors: a key job in Indian cricket, but who'd want to take it up?
Ben Stokes puts prep over precedent as England ease towards Pakistan challenge