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Wisden overview Few cricketers have known such highs and lows as Simon O'Donnell
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Wisden has long carried details of schools cricket. As far back as 1865, the second edition included an account of the previous year's Eton v Harrow match
March 6, 1984 is the centenary of the birth of Ted Alletson, unchallengeably the greatest `single innings' batsman, and, on that evidence perhaps, the most spectacular hitter in cricket history
1995 A memorable duel between Curtly Ambrose and Steve Waugh, as West Indies took control of the third Test in Trinidad.
The likes of Avishkar Salvi, Gautam Gambhir, Alan Dawson and Jacques Rudolph may look back on the TVS Cup with some fondness, but for the vast majority, it won't even merit a place in the recesses of the memory.
When the suggestion of spending a day in the Trini Posse Stand arose, this particular rover accepted the challenge. It was a tough job, but someone had to do it.
Buoyed by the impressive performances of the Indian seamers over the past five months, coach John Wright hoped that the good run would continue when India tour Australia for a four-Test series later this year
They have to acknowledge that their greatest era, founded on a depth of batting talent and a seemingly endless supply of genuinely fast bowlers, is finally over.
The least important match of the tournament produced the most excitement, but South Africa got over their early jitters and chased the target of 216 with five wickets and eight balls to spare.
Poor Graeme Smith was the latest victim of the Imposition Syndrome. It's a term, just invented, to describe the indecent haste to impose newly gained authority.
Today's was an inconsequential game that both sides took seriously
India may have lost the last league game against South Africa, but their confidence has not been dented.
For their second final in three tournaments, the Indians watched it pour down
For the second time in three finals, India waited in the pavilion as the rain pummelled down and washed out the game.
Jagmohan Dalmiya, the chief of the Indian cricket board, and Tauqir Zia, his Pakistani counterpart, will meet in Dubai early next month in an attempt to resolve the impasse arising out of the Indian government's refusal to sanction cricket matches
The second round of the Frank Worrell Trophy starts in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, on Saturday (April 19), and there's not much to suggest that it will be anything but another knockout for West Indies
It's about as surprising as hearing of another Ashes defeat for England, but Nasser Hussain has been confirmed as England's Test captain for the coming summer
Graeme Smith and Shaun Pollock, the current and deposed captains of South Africa, have both asked for more time to mould the team into a top-class unit
A 35th consecutive defeat seems no occasion to be positive about Bangladesh
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